Today's refrigerator are filled with all sort of features designed to get you to buy in.
And it's not always easy to separate the gimmicks from the good stuff.
Fortunately, that's were we come in here to see an appliances.
let's take a look at five fridge features that we loved.
First up, smudge resistance.
Few things are more irritating than saving up for a stainless steel fridge only to find it covered in your kids' fingerprints day in and day out.
That's why we're a fan of fridges that offer a line of defence.
The black stainless steal models from LG and Samsung will both get the job done, but, if those are too expensive for your tastes, consider the slate finish line up of GE fridges, or the smudge proof stainless steel models.
Number two, Kick-ass water dispensers.
I'm talking about GE fridges here.
They're the leader when it comes to good water dispensers.
They've got auto-filled fridges that will automatically fill up your glass, pitcher or pot, or dispense the exact amount of water that you need.
Samsung is the next too It's chef collection fridge will dispense out sparkling water on demand.
Number three, adjustable temperature zone.
More and more we're seeing high and even mid range refrigerators offer compartments and drawers with multiple temperature pre-sets.
That's a really handy way to store things like meat and fish or beer and wine at the specific temperature you're intended to store them at.
Number four flexible storage.
I'm talking about movable shelves that slide in or slide out or fold up out of the way, to make room for tall items down below.
It's an increasingly common set of features in a growing number of fridges.
You can find it even Top and bottom trays are modeled at this point.
Just make sure you shop around and get your hands on them first.
Some of them glide smoothly, some of them don't Finally, smart fridges.
This is still a very young and sub group of refrigerators, but we are seeing more and more models that offer app-connected smarts.
The Samsung's Family Hub refrigerator is Definitely the most notable option right now.
It's very expensive but it does have a huge 21 and a half inch touch screen and ingredient tracking fridge cams and a lot of cool features you won't find anywhere else.
GE is also in the mix with a cafe series model that has coffee making smarts by way of that Keurig K-cup attachment.
So you can Whip up coffee in the morning, from your phone.
And Whirlpool's in the mix with a model that promises to work with the Nest learning thermostat.
That's coming later this year.
We wanna see more.
You can find reviews of all of these fridges and more at CNET.
Check it out, and stay tuned for our rundown of the five fridge features we think you should skip.