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Drinks Will Be Assimilated By The Borg Cube Mini-Fridge

Drinks Will Be Assimilated By The Borg Cube Mini-Fridge

ThinkGeek has unveiled the new Borg Cube Mini-Fridge. With outer dimensions of approximately 11.5″, the fridge will keep up to nine cans of soda cooler than a Borg alcove.

Priced at $149, the green glowing mini-fridge won’t just cool your drinks, it’ll keep food either warm, too as it’s equipped with a heat setting.

From ThinkGeek:

A better use for a Borg Cube

4 of 5 has one. So does 7 of 10. 3 of 6 wouldn’t use any other type. Yes, it’s true: 9 out of 10 Borg would only keep their drinks in a Collective-approved cooling device. Since Borg adapt and combine technology, their fridges would also be able to warm. And, of course, they’d be cubes. Just like this Borg Cube Fridge!

The Borg Cube Fridge looks, well, like a Borg Cube. It’s small, so it won’t take up a lot of space in your alcove, as you plug it into a standard 120V AC outlet. Plus, it can be powered by 12V DC power source, so when you pop off in a Borg Sphere for some cruising, you can bring your snacks with you. And yes, it does have a setting for cool and a setting for heat. With the Borg Cube Fridge, you’re great food will be contained until it can be assimilated… into your face!

Borg Cube Mini-Fridge

To prepare your beverage of choice for assimilation, visit ThinkGeek.

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