1. Clothes washing machines

    If there's one household appliance most of us simply could not do without, it's the clothes washer. If you've ever been without your machine for a few days or weeks, you'll know just how hard it is to wash clothes by hand. Although clothes washers look pretty straightforward, they pull off a really clever trick: with the help of 

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  2. Air conditioners

    What's the best way to cool down your kitchen on a hot summer's day? If your immediate answer is "Open the refrigerator door," you're way off target. Every bit of heat a refrigerator sucks in through its cool box is pumped straight out of the metal fins at the back. If anything, because of the sheer inefficiency of the machine, you'll make the room even

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    How our ancestors would have loved microwave ovens! Instead of sitting around smoky wood fires for hours on end, boiling up buffalo stew for their Stone-Age friends, they could have just tossed everything in the microwave, pressed a few buttons, and had a meal ready in a minute or two. Of course, they had no electricity, which might have been something

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  4. Forbes water purifier

    Most of us don’t think about the water we drink. We turn on a tap, fill a glass, and drink. But how much water do you really need to drink every day? Is the water you're drinking safe or would bottled water be safer? What can you do if your tap water suddenly became contaminated? Read on to find out how much you know about the drinking water in your own home.

    How Much Water Do You Need?

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    Out with the old, in with the all-new 4k OLED, the World’s most advanced TV ever. OLED TV uses a new display technology called OLED (Organic Light Emitting Diodes). OLED televisions are brighter, more efficient, thinner and feature better refresh rates and contrast than either LCD or Plasma. Simply put, OLED TVs del

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  6. Have you had the chance to use a food processor?

    An Electric appliance developed in the late 20th century, used for a variety of food-preparation functions including kneading, chopping, blending, and pulverizing. The food processor was invented by Pierre Verdon, whose Le Magi-Mix, a compact household version of his own earlier restaurant-scaled Robot-Coupe, was first exhibited in Paris in 1971. Carl Sontheimer, an American engineer and inventor, refi

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