CES Favorites: iPotty for iPad

January 9, 2013    |    By +
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The International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is the world’s largest consumer electronics trade show. With over 150,000 industry attendees on hand to check out over 2500 exhibitors showcasing the latest technology that is ready for your living room, the 1.6 million feet of exhibit space is a gadget fiend’s paradise.

Consumer electronics are still a white hot and fast growing gift category.  My perspective is different than your typical gadget geek because I’m looking to find fun, cool and unique stuff that could make a great gift.

For all my CES favorites come back here or take a peek at our CES 2013 Pinterest board

Here’s one I kinda like!

The Product: iPotty for iPad by CTA Digital (available in February for around $40)

The Scoop: Let’s face it, there’s some stuff at CES that you just can’t ignore and needless to say, this one caught my eye big-time! Any parent will tell you, the little ones are born with a seemingly innate curiosity of gadgets.  Well, the fun folks at CTA Digital figured why not use a little screen time as an incentive for learning how to take care of business?  From the box packaging…”Adjustable stand securely holds and helps protect iPad while kids play”.  A brave new world indeed.

A Great Gift For…the youngest of Geeks-in-Training…potty training.


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