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Photos: A vibrating chair for gamers

A vibrating chair for game players, the Pyramat PM220 bumps and grinds to the on-screen action from just about any game console.
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the Pyramat PM220

The Pyramat PM220 chair is designed enliven the experience of playing video games: Graced with built-in speakers and a subwoofer, it vibrates to the on-screen action. The $129.99 chair is compatible with a wide range of consoles, including the Xbox 360, PlayStation Portable and Nintendo DS, and connects as well to television sets and MP3 players.

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Pyramat photo #2

The Pyramat PM220 at rest. It will be available from Target stores in January.

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