iPillow is exactly what it sounds like

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She is not dead, this young lady, but merely resting her head against a USB-powered … pillow? Yes, I appear to have that right.

By closing the laptop an air cushion blows itself up, which is connected by a valve with the fan of the computer. The computer is in the “sleep mode” and warm exhaust air is blown into the pillow. The material is coated with Latex at the inside, so the supplied warm air can be kept for a longer time. The heat supply is interrupted by opening the laptop again.

i- sleep
An analog laptop extension
[Ivonne Dippmann via Music Radar]

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6 Responses to iPillow is exactly what it sounds like

  1. clueless in brooklyn says:

    this might work when i have to spend my days inside a chilly data center waiting for the machines to come to my cage.

  2. dculberson says:

    Blocking the air vent with a pillow? Sounds like a recipe for MacBook Flambé!

  3. kelciekelcie says:

    this would be perfect for my psych lecture! lol

  4. Alan says:

    After your brief nap, one side of your face looks normal and the other is beet red from the hot laptop pillow. Nice.

  5. geekd says:

    “as cool as the other side of the pillow”

    no longer a valid phrase, I guess.

  6. AirPillo says:

    Chindogu?

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