That's right, an eye massager

For some reason, the word 'dubious' comes to mind

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A USB eye warmer has gotten a fair amount of virtual ink lately for reasons we can't quite fathom, but here's something that we think can top it: The "Eyezone Eye Massager."

According to the product literature: "The vibrating foam pads of the electronic Eyezone Eye Massager work on the pressure points at the temples, across the cheekbones and the bridge of the nose to improve blood circulation, release tension and aid stress management for a drug-free headache cure." Right.

And it "can help delay the coming of presbyopia--age-related vision loss caused by the loss of elasticity in the eye muscle." Uh-huh.

As my mother used to say, if you can't say anything nice, etc.

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    Mike Yamamoto is an executive editor for CNET News.com.

     

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