With built-in cameras and four doors, Dacor's newest fridge is straight out of the Samsung playbook -- not surprising, since Samsung acquired the luxury appliances brand in 2016.
I'm sick of door-in-door fridges and you should be too, damn it.
This is a very good refrigerator, and worthy of a splurge if you're looking for a modern-looking upgrade.
This is a simple, stylish fridge with features you don't normally see in top freezers, and that makes it a good budget pick.
The price is right, but disappointing performance makes this a tough refrigerator to recommend.
The cheapest Family Hub fridge is surprisingly affordable and comes with enough smart features to merit consideration.
The F+ refrigerator includes a compartment that speeds up freezing.
Bosch's new Vario refrigerators come with swappable door panels that let you change the color of your fridge whenever you feel like it.
After getting a hefty price cut in year 2, Samsung's four-door Food Showcase refrigerator is a great-looking, high-end bargain.
Luxury brand Jenn-Air will sell two models of Wi-Fi-enabled refrigerators that you can control from your Apple or Android device.
With an average sale price well below $3,000, this likable, luxurious fridge is a legitimate bargain.
The asymmetrical Karakuri fridge from Sharp has clever features, hidden compartments and a unique design that's "inspired by ninjas." Why does Europe get all of the fun appliances?
The refrigerators in Dacor's new Heritage line will come with two built-in cameras so you can peek at your food while you're at the store.
Frigidaire's latest refrigerator renders its glass door transparent when it senses your presence.
Whirlpool's newest fridge is its first door-in-a-door model -- and it wants to steal some of LG's thunder.
Settle for this fridge if you must, but we think you'll be a lot happier with another compact option.
This is a good fridge that can be had for less than $1,500, but strong competitors from LG and Whirlpool can be had for even less. Shop around, or wait for a good sale.
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