At last, a place to store your chardonnay and your hot dogs

Siemens' newest refrigerator looks as though it fits perfectly wherever it is.

Dennis Murray
Dennis Murray lives in Chattanooga with his wife Shannon and new daughter Adia. He originally grew up in Eugene, Oregon and has slowly adjusted to the culture shock that the South provides. If you feel like asking him how he ended up here, please do. He loves retelling the story to people who can't understand why he would do something like that. Dennis is a self proclaimed geek who loves things that have blinking lights and would have seen twenty years ago in a movie like Logan's Run. He loves all things technology and welcomes the coming robot overlords.
Dennis Murray

The avant-garde refrigerator from Siemens Siemens

When planning a dinner party, the most important part is deciding what to do with the leftovers. While it would seem sensible to just throw them out or give them to the dog, Siemens wants you to enjoy them just as much as the first bite. Its latest line of avant-garde refrigerators and freezers will do just that. The refrigerator features the Quickcool and Quickfreeze technology that, with the push of a button, temporarily maximizes cooling to stabilize the temperature and keep those hot pans from spoiling anything that happens to be close by.

While it's great that it keeps the spaghetti from ruining the milk, it's also pleasing to the eye. The design of the refrigerator with its shallow depth of 24 inches makes it fit seamlessly with your countertops, giving your kitchen that sleek look you've always wanted. Siemens keeps the style rolling by including a design for the hinges that keeps them hidden from view, giving it a built-in look.

For you wine aficionados out there, Siemens has even included a wine rack to store that bottle you've been saving for a special occasion. The rack prevents the wine from rolling around and getting jostled and will keep it just as good as when you bought it.

So, if you're tired of sorting through Tupperware that looks like something from a bad science-fiction movie, Siemens would like to talk to you.