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The hi-Sun is a beach towel/blanket/pillow/backpack/boombox that will have all the people at your local beach checking you out – beach body not required. What is required is that you plug in any audio player, via a standard 3.5mm audio cable, and that you remember charge its removable lithium-ion battery.
[via 7 Gadgets]
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