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TRON: Legacy Hotel Room

TRON: Legacy Hotel Room

TRON: Legacy will be released next week, but if you can’t wait, try out The Legacy of the River suite at the Ice Hotel in Sweden; chances are you’ll be rocking out to Daft Punk while you’re there.

Defrosty the Snowman

Defrosty the Snowman
$12  Buy Comment

Planning a winter vacation on a tropical beach somewhere? Drop these ice cubes in your glass in tribute to the suckers back at home. Set comes with 6 eyes made out of coal and 3 carrot noses.

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Interactive Ice Touchscreen

Interactive Ice Touchscreen

Inspired by the Finnish tradition of building snow and ice sculptures during their long winter, a team at Nokia has created the world’s first ice touchscreen using digital projection technology.

The Literal Ice Tray

The Literal Ice Tray

Cockeyed kills two birds with one impractical but funny stone – a tray that holds and cools beer. It’s hard to carry, it melts after a while, and it takes too long to make, but it’s still cool.

Zoku Popsicle Maker

Zoku Popsicle Maker
$50  Buy Comment

Want to chew on an icy kiwi-strawberry popsicle but too lazy to leave your air conditioned house? The Zoku Quick Pop Maker makes up to 9 delicious frozen treats in about 7 minutes, without electricity.

Stainless Steel Rocks

Stainless Steel Rocks
~$25  Buy Comment

CAPRON Designs’ “Rocks” are shiny stainless steel cubes you can chill, then float in your beverage in place of ice, keeping your drinks cool, without melting and diluting your precious booze.

2010 ICE Trikes

2010 ICE Trikes
$2,499-$3,299  Buy Comment

New for 2010: ICE’s Adventure, Sprint, and Vortex are recumbent trikes that differ in terms of seating height; all offer ICE’s CFT folding system, which folds in 30 seconds. Thanks, Chris!

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