Homedics, makers of massage chairs and cushions, wants you to feel the beat--literally. By plugging in your iPod, TV, or game console, the iCush home entertainment cushion will pump out sound from the next-to-your-head speakers; push the Audio Sync button and the chair starts to vibrate to the beat of your music, movie, or games. You can limit the movement to just up and down, or go crazy and let it go all random on you. It's available from Amazon for a hundred US dollars, which, if you think about it, is about the price of an hour-long massage anyway.
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