'Geek Cushion' keeps you from going belly-up

Because lazy computer use knows no bounds.


We thought we'd found the ideal laptop angle years ago with the "Easy Desk Aluminum," but that position can get a little old especially when used at play as well as at work. That's where the aptly named "Lazy Geek's Cushion" comes in.

Unlike many of its other products, Japan's Thanko may actually have come up with something useful with this, er, workstation, at least for those of us afflicted with terminal laziness. It supposedly claims to alleviate back and neck pain, though we have no idea if there's any actual ergonomic value to it. Then again, it can't be any worse than spending every waking hour on one's back.

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