USB Beverage Chillertgrumet1/19/06 8:49amFiled to: GadgetsBeverage ChillerCoolIT SystemTop21EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalinkThis image was lost some time after publication. Tired of melted ice cubes, or that horrid walk to the fridge to get a cold drink when you're at your computer or gaming system? Not to worry. Lazy Man's Enterprises have come up with something to help. Well, not really. Actually, it's CoolIT System and it's a USB Beverage Chiller that will keep your drink 45 degrees cold with no external outlets needed. Works with USB 1.1 or 2.0 and any OS with no drivers needed. Draws 1.2 amps and just 5.7 watts from the USB port and will make sure your Long Island iced tea stays nice and cool while you kill aliens or surf porn. What a class act for just $40!AdvertisementCoolIT Systems USB Beverage Chiller [Bios Magazine]UPDATE - Intern Travis here. Cool IT was kind enough to show me one of these while I was at their booth at CES. It is a great product, but in normal Gizmodo fashion, I have some complaints. After having it plugged in for probably 30 minutes Windows decides to flip out on me, saying my USB ports are drawing too much power. Seems like a mighty big problem. I'm not going to possibly sacrafice my computer to keep my Coors Light tallboy cold—I'll just chug it instead.