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    Default The ultimate use for an iPad (potty Training)



    t's not all curved OLED TVs and 4K at CES. For some exhibitors it's all about innovation in the high-end training toilet space. This product, which I stared at for a good 45 seconds with my mouth open, is a plastic potty for children -- with an iPad stand attached. Presumably for the child, but frankly I don't know if that's worse than if it was for a parent.
    It was being shown off by CTA Digital at CES, a supplier of iPad accessories, which was also showing off an inflatable Spongebog Squarepants toy go-kart.
    On the one hand it's quite fun to laugh at the concept, but I'm genuinely curious as to whether such an innovation would aid toilet training -- or just make parents weep as they think of the cleaning required for their iPad each day.
    So my question to the reader -- as I am not a parent myself -- is, "Would you actually buy one of these?"

    The 'iPotty'? Training toilet comes with iPad dock at CES (Wired UK)

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    Default Re: The ultimate use for an iPad (potty Training)

    Is this innovation or what? LOL!
    Looking at it actually made me have to go, so I think it works!

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    Default Re: The ultimate use for an iPad (potty Training)

    Quote Originally Posted by realneil View Post
    Is this innovation or what? LOL!
    Looking at it actually made me have to go, so I think it works!
    roflcopter

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    Default Re: The ultimate use for an iPad (potty Training)

    Quote Originally Posted by realneil View Post
    Is this innovation or what? LOL!
    Looking at it actually made me have to go, so I think it works!
    Guess the colors scared the crap out of you
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    Default Re: The ultimate use for an iPad (potty Training)

    Good one Stan.

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    lol
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    Default Re: The ultimate use for an iPad (potty Training)

    Never made it and messed up my iPad.
    Sent it in for repair and they said, "It stinks!"
    I said "It's better than nothing!"

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    Time to get out the tooth picks and Q Tips and clean out your mess
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    Pressure Washer time,..................

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    Default Re: The ultimate use for an iPad (potty Training)

    CES showstopper right there. Game over. They just won CES with a toilet. Applause is due.

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