Wednesday 7 October 1998 | 00:00 CET | News
V-Sync (Japan) has launched an Internet refrigerator which is controlled via a touch-sensitive monitor or in-built microphone. The fridge is able to store recipes and shopping lists and can track the contents of the fridge. The fridge contains an Intel Pentium PII CPU and hard drive and has separate units for vegetables and fruit. V-Sync recommends using the fridge as a control centre for a home network.

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