For $2,000, you can acquire your own joystick-controlled Star Seeker Chair from Discovery.com. The site claims you can, "Cruise the universe in comfort with a portable, motorized chair that lets you recline as you view the night sky." Another way of putting it is that you can sit back and be lazy while pretending to be Dr. Evil. Either way, you'll be the only one on the block whose got one.
Implications - Products that perform more than one task are always popular among customers. Dual-purpose features are attractive to consumers due to the product's ability to multitask, which is an important aspect of the shopping process in modern society due to the busy lifestyle of most consumers.
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