A Super Smart Fridge Built For Your Drinking Pleasure

Control the Temp and Peer Inside From Essentially Anywhere

By Hadley Tomicki ·

Ever since humanity acquired the powers of refrigeration, one riddle continues to confound our species:

How can we be totally sure the yogurt and strawberries and deli meat aren't having a big old party in there every time the door is closed?

Today, technology may have finally caught up just in time to answer this burning question.

Enter Rocco The Super Smart Fridge, a highly-technical, design-forward doohickey that keeps drinks cold in a way that befits our brave new world.

It looks more like the Paul Newman of droids than your classic Frigidaire; a sleek Jetsons-meets-Midcentury design piece with a steel frame, reeded glass door, serving tray on top, and adjustable, reversible racks.

Those fit up to 27 bottles of your most prized vintages and up to 88 cans of your weirdest-flavored sparkling water. All while looking great and staying fairly quiet on your loft floor or office carpet.

Sure, looks are important. But it also allows you to control the temperature on your smart phone, with a range of 37-64 degrees. So you can adjust the different isolated temperature zones from far away places, like the couch. Thus ensuring an improperly-chilled Burgundy or lukewarm beer never touches your lips again.

Cooler still, you can take a look inside of the fridge on your phone from basically anywhere. So you won't be standing at the supermarket wondering if there's a gaping hole in your home cold brew cache or not.

You can also brighten or dim the lights inside the fridge remotely, too. Should you ever feel a need to set the mood in there.

Who knows what's on hard seltzer's mind?

Hadley Tomicki

Hadley Tomicki lives in Los Angeles. He is probably going nowhere on the 10 Freeway this very second.

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