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)