CES 2013: Potty training goes high tech with new toilet

CREATED Jan. 9, 2013

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Las Vegas, NV (KTNV) -- A new toilet for toddlers aims to take potty training to the next level.

Displayed at CES, the iPotty has an attachment to display an iPad. The kid-sized toilet has a splash guard for the iPad, and can all come apart for training.

The $40 toiled can be used with several apps that help parents monitor their toddlers' progress.

Designers say the concept behind the contraption is to keep kids on the toilet as long as it takes -- with the help of iPad entertainment.

The iPotty goes on sale in March on Amazon.com.

SOURCE: ABC News: 'Smart' Potty or Dumb Idea? Wacky Gadgets at CES

SOURCE: CNET: iPotty for iPad aims for high-tech toilet training