CES isn't just about TVs and laptops, as home appliances are gaining ground.
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The Korean electronics and appliance manufacturer is bringing one four-door French door fridge (the 30 cu. ft. LMX30995), two traditional French-door fridges (the 32 cu. ft. LFX32945 and 29 cu. ft. LFX29945) and a side-by-side (the 22 cu. ft. LSC22991).
All four fridges feature LG's door-in-door technology, which debuted at CES last year. It turns the front of one fridge door into a smaller door that reveals a set of shelves when opened. That means you don't have to open the whole fridge to get at canned drinks or frequently-used condiments.
For the first time ever, LG is bringing door-in-door technology to a side-by-side fridge, the LSC22991. Samsung showed off a similar door-in-door side-by-side—the Food ShowCase at IFA in Berlin back in September, but so far it looks like LG will be first to market in the US with the innovative double-door design.
Also unique is the LFX29945, which features a second icemaker. It's a great fit if you frequently entertain or really like cold lemonade.
Otherwise, all the LG fridges on display at CES will feature the company's trademark on-the-door ice maker, Smart Diagnosis remote diagnostic service, and a Smart Pull handle that swings towards the user for better leverage and an easier open.
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