These geeky CTRL + ALT + DEL cups from ThinkGeek not only “look like the keys you use to refresh your computer,” but feature a circuit-board etched tray for display to boot. Available now, priced at $11.99. Product page. Click here for more pictures.

Pressing them won’t really do much, however. You have to invert them, fill them with your favorite refreshing beverage (hot or cold), and drain them into your face hole.

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After months of prototypes surfacing on the internet, ThinkGeek has officially released the iCADE iPad Arcade Cabinet. That’s not all, “ThinkGeek has partnered with ION. Atari, the first name in classic arcade games, also signed up to bring a huge suite of classic arcade titles including Asteroids to market with iCADE support built right in.” Product page. Video after the break. Click here for more pictures.

Enter the iCADE iPad Arcade Cabinet! To use the iCade, gently slide the iPad into the cradle. The iCADE uses Bluetooth to connect to the iPad so there’s nothing else you need to do. You’re ready to “insert coin” and game on!

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These nifty Gummy Shot Glasses from ThinkGeek will not only “add a hint of flavor to the liquid in your shot, but then you can just eat the evidence (so to speak).” Product page. Video after the break. Click here for the first picture in gallery.

Each pack of Gummy Shot Glasses has 6 shot glasses (2 of each of 3 flavors). We’ve put them together into two flavor packs: RGB – Cherry (Red), Sour Apple (Green), and Blue Raspberry (Blue) & Soda – Cola (Dark Brown), Orange (Orange), and Cherry Cola (Reddish Brown).

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That’s right, ThinkGeek’s Tactical Sammich is essentially a tasty sandwich (pepperoni and honey BBQ beef) that has a shelf-life of 2-years, perfect for zombie invasions. Product page. Want more tactical food to go along with your sandwich? Be sure to check out Tactical Bacon. Click here for the first picture in gallery. Continue reading for a video.

The Tactical Sammich only has 300 calories, perfect for staying in fighting shape. The only downside is the Sammich costs $5.99 each making it a costly addition to your kit.

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Though the USB Mushroom Lamp from ThinkGeek may look like the 1-Up variety when lit up, it unfortunately won’t give you or anyone else an extra life. However, “the inner light is provided by magic… or two super bright white LEDs, believe what you will.” Product page. Continue reading to see how it works.

And clearly, should Mario be a cube dweller, he’d want to illuminate his workspace with these super cute Mushroom Lamps.

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At $34.99, The Force is strong with these geeky Star Wars Lightsaber Popsicles from ThinkGeek. Simply “add juice (or any delicious liquid) to the mold, stick on the hilts, and pop the whole shebang in your freezer for 4 hours.” Video after the break. Click here for more pictures.

Activate your saber’s LED for a light up treat that screams awesome and tasty all at once. Included is a recipe book with wonderful flavors to try, like “Chewbapple,” “Ponda Berry,” “C-3POrange,” and Admiral Ackbar’s favorite: “It’s a Grap(e)!”

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At $49.99, NERF’s Longstrike CS-6 is the longest NERF gun ever, measuring in at 3-feet. It fires up to 35-feet and includes a blaster, barrel extension, flip-up sight, and quick reload clip. Product page. Continue reading to see it in-action.

But does it shoot well? Well, let’s just say when you snipe someone 35 feet away and they spin only to find themselves looking down three feet of NERF justice, you’ll agree with us – it sure do.

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