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Gadgets Made Simple gets first look at Fridge-Aide, newest product from local electronics company AMG Services Electric.

Cranberry, United States – May 6, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ —

The Fridge-Aide is the newest gadget to come out of AMG Services Electric located in Cranberry, NJ. Scheduled to hit the market this summer, Gadgets Made Simple got first crack at all the details.

“We came up with the idea in one of our brainstorming sessions,” says Carl Williams, a designer at AMG Services Electric. “Once all were in agreement on a product for the kitchen, it was almost like we finished each others sentences. We were just looking to make things easier around the kitchen and the Fridge-Aide is what came out.”

“We are so excited about AMG Services Electrics’ decision in choosing us for the unveiling of the Fridge-Aide. We’ve been trying it out ever since they sent us a test model, and there has been nothing but positive feedback,” says George Miller chief editor of Gadgets Made Simple.

Miller continues, “Our readers want to know what is coming next in the world of technology. We offer them not only the answers to those questions, but also provide in depth reviews of how the product stands up to real world use.”

Carl Williams had this to say about the collaboration: “Working with the folks over at Gadgets Made Simple just made sense. They have a good reputation and a large readership of potential interest. We basically just told them what we had and they took it from there. There wasn’t any downtime working out small details, and if there were any problems, we never heard about it on our end.”

AMG Services Electric is a company base out of Cranberry, NJ serving the needs of all in the world of groundbreaking technology for over 15 years. They not only repair and service most electronic devices in the Tri-state area, but have had several successes with their own products over the recent years. The Fridge-Aide hits the market mid summer.

About Gadgets Made Simple

Gadgets Made Simple is a site designed to help filter and organize all the new gadgets and gizmos coming out every day. Striving to keep ahead of the everyday shuffle, there are reviews posted daily about products that are soon to be released on the market. With an ever growing readership, and comments coming in from across the globe, Gadgets Made Simple is a site that will be around for a long time. For those looking to stay apprised in the current technology market, there’s not a better site out there.

By Kent Ryan

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