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Besides working the VIPs, LG squeezed every last cubic inch of storage into the LFX33975ST. The slim in-door ice maker frees up space
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Not too long ago, home electronics and appliances meant a tank-sized radio, a refrigerator, arange, and maybe a washer and dryer. By the 1960s, TVs had successfully colonized the living rooms of America, and by the end of the century home computers were nearly as common as microwaves. Today, it’s hard to find room for all our portable devices. And it’s even harder to imagine our lives without smartphones.
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