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November 9, 2006

iCush Immersive Audio Sync Seat

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Say what?

From the website:
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HoMedics iCush Immersive Audio Sync Seat

The iCush Immersive Audio Seat provides an audio sync massage with the beat of music, a game or movie.

Compatible with all MP3 players, computers and portable entertainment systems.

Includes adjustable aluminum cone speakers for a truly customized audio and massage experience.

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Features:

• Audio sync — Feel the beat of the music, game or movie with the touch of a button

• Adjustable aluminum cone speakers for a customized audio experience

• Wired programmable electronic control with three pre-set programs

• Adjustable intensity, speed and personalized body zone control

• Control the volume through your audio source

• Music plays with or without massage feature

• Portable cushion measures 32" x 20" x 6".
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iCush?

Terrible name, in fact, so bad that Steve Jobs might not even bother sending out his lawyerbots with a cease-and-desist order.

But that's just my opinion.

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$99.84.

[via Meaghan Wolff and the Washington Post]

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It reminds me of something I just had to have when I saw it years ago. It was a combo sit-up-and-read-in-bed hard-backed cushion with a heater/massager and a little reading lamp on the top (NOT boj-approved). Every time you moved the whatever-it-was-called the reading light somehow came unscrewed and fell over. And it was one more thing to plug in somewhere everywhere I took it. My $75 joy became a pain quickly...and now someone at or from the Salvation Army is probably cursing it somewhere.

It was the first time I palpably realized that with most products there is a definite disconnect between the joy you imagine upon purchase and the joy that is actually doled out. Sometimes it's better just to dream, in other words. ;)

Posted by: Shawn Lea | Nov 9, 2006 5:13:08 PM

what's up with the extra display on that macbook in the 2nd photo?!?

Posted by: zombiejesus | Nov 9, 2006 2:50:39 PM

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