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baltimoregal baltimoregal 9 years
I know quite a few people with disabilities (they don't consider themselves confined) and this would be great for them. BaltimoreGal
ikitty13 ikitty13 9 years
Look at that second picture. I would be terrified out of my mind that the huge monitor would fall on my head and really incapacitate me!! eeek.
Tech Tech 9 years
I thought the same thing, if you are confined to bed or a wheelchair this could be very helpful, otherwise it's not as functional as it seems.
yamahamama yamahamama 9 years
I immediately thought of those women who are confined to bed rest when they are having a troubled pregnancy, or someone who has had back surgery etc. I wonder if health insurance would pay for it! Ha.
morgy morgy 9 years
Well, actually I love it. No I'm not that lazy but it's so practical when you are in bed. I'm actually addicted to computers. However it is ridiculously expensive that makes me wanna say "thanks but no thanks"
Neural Neural 9 years
I think the only reason anyone should use this is if they're confined to bed. Otherwise, it's just ridiculous and screams "lazy arse" to me!
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