FirstBuild's ChillHub trumps your traditional fridge
Hi, guys I'm Megan Willard [UNKNOWN] appliance is here, at the first [UNKNOWN] facility in Louisville, Kentucky, standing in front of the chill house.
This is a $2,999 connected refrigerator decked out with tons of cool, cool features.
It has two separate usb hubs, one at the top and one at the bottom, so that you can add power and connectivity to your own fridge, in the way you want.
To so, if you want super soft butter, so it's ready to spread on your bagel in the morning, you can do that.
If you wanna check the status of your milk, to see if you need to make a run to the store, you can do that too.
And it's all available on the apps that you can check everything on the go.
The Milky Way peripheral is the first one available for chill hub.
But there are dozens of others available on the first build sites.
So you can go ahead and check those out.
If you wanna get more ideas for your own connected refrigerator experience.
Thanks for watching this hands on first take of first fill chill hub.
Be sure to check out the rest of our ces coverage on CNet dot com.
I'm Megan [UNKNOWN]
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