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The Star Trek Borg Cube Fridge

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It may not be as big or as powerful as the real thing, but it can store nine cans of soft drink so that's good enough for us.

This magnificent Borg Cube fridge is a must-purchase for Trekkies everywhere, featuring the distinctive outer cabling, together with green outer and inner lights. Even better, it's not just a fridge - it can also be used to warm your food.

It's available for $149.99 (£88.59) exclusively from Think Geek; you know you're going to buy one, after all: resistance is futile.

(Images: Think Geek)

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