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Cushion Control pillows redefine button-mashing

Nilay Patel
04.20.07
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While most remotes that show up on Engadget are decidedly on the geeky tip, the designers of the Cushion Control remote pillows don't care about all that macro and touchscreen nonsense. Italians Didier and Nicholas are pretty upfront about how they want their creations to be used: arguments over who has the remote should lead directly to pillow fights. While we applaud their motives, it looks like they failed to anticipate one crucial problem: what happens when you try to, you know, put your head on one of them?

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