By Dave Coulter

What could be more comfortable than lounging on cold asphalt to play a marathon run of Zelda? Doing it on Ooperstar! Then again, maybe not. This might just be a conspiracy by the American Chiropractic Association (just look at these people’s necks!).

It’s a half-baked media-lounge with built-in speakers and input jacks for your mp3 player and your TV, with support for all the latest consoles. There is also a sort of universal remote to master all of your wee electronic minions, so whilst you sit in your tower you can be both uncomfortable and lazy. And therein lies the Tao—no beauty without ugliness, no comfort without pain. The site is not in English, so if you can read the pictograms, perhaps you can find the price.

Cervical neck strain is a small price to pay for being an idiot.

Story VIA importgameblog.

[This product’s been around for a while, we (I) know, so please don’t sign that petition to have us voted off the air. I happen to think it was worth mentioning anyway. -Ed]


  1. Picked one of these up on Urban Outfitters on clearance sale online for about 40.00, they retail off the website (which is also available in english) for 150.00, my son was having his 11th birthday & is an avid gamer and thought that this would be pretty cool for him. I have to say it’s really a cool gadget, when you pump up the bass it rumbles through your whole body. And you don’t really have to crane your neck like they show in the ergonomic advertising. Anyways, he thinks that 150.00 would be a great bargain for such a cool thing as this and all his friends were/are jealous. It did it’s job and it fit my budget!