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ThinkGeek USB Snowbot

ThinkGeek USB Snowbot

What do you get when you cross a Cylon with a snowman? The ThinkGeek USB Snowbot ($15)! The desktop accessory is powered by a USB port, looks like Frosty, and has an evil-looking scanning LED robotic eye which can be changed from blue to red at the flick of a button. To make this sinister snowman even more diabolical, it can emit a Cylon-like sound and has rotating metal arms. [via]

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