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cushion

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Backpack self-inflates into pillow, sleeping pad, chair cushion

The Windcatcher Air Pakk is not nearly as odd as the popular Ostrich Pillow, making it an ideal alternative for people who want to lay low.

By August 6, 2014

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Bizarre contraption cushions guitar newbs' tender fingertips

The Finger Friendly Guitar Company Keyboard turns a regular guitar neck into a series of pushable buttons to shield fingers from the bite of metal strings.

By June 23, 2014

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Lego's anti-Lego slippers have extra foot padding for protection

Soothe your tender feet this holiday season with a pair of Lego-branded slippers designed to cushion the bite from stepping on plastic bricks.

By November 16, 2015

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Goron tablet cushion: Play games comfortably lying down

With this odd-looking contraption, you can now play hours of Candy Crush without the risk of your iPhone dropping on your face when you doze off.

By September 19, 2013

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Smart motorcyle helmet cushions you from concussion

A new helmet from 6D Helmets aims to eliminate some of the most common brain injuries suffered by riders.

By December 14, 2012

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Smartphone robo-cushion lets you love the one you're not with

Japanese roboticist Hiroshi Ishiguro's "Hugvie" translates your caller's voice into huggable vibrations. Great for long-distance lovin' -- and maybe a new form of high-tech group grope too.

By April 27, 2012

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Step on these Lego-style slippers with abandon

Check out the softer side of building bricks with slippers that cushion your feet rather than kill them.

By July 23, 2013

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Inflatable 'Star Trek' Captain's Chair: Sit long and prosper

Live the dream of sitting in Captain Kirk's chair on the cheap. ThinkGeek's Inflatable Captain's Chair will cradle your behind on a cushion of air.

By April 3, 2012

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'Geek Cushion' keeps you from going belly-up

Because lazy computer use knows no bounds.

By June 18, 2008

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Baseball robot lets you work on your swing

Japanese researchers have developed a baseball robot that lets batters practice alone, presenting up to 70 balls on a cushion of air.

By March 20, 2010