With the constant stimulation toddlers are getting from television and tablets, it may be hard to pry them away when they really have to go potty. CTA Digital invented the iPotty to deal with this problem. The iPotty is a modified potty chair with an attached stand for an iPad. It comes with a bowl and seat that are removable, and a cover for the seat when not in use. There is a screen cover designed to keep liquids or dirty fingers from touching the screen. The stand is also fully removable, so it can not only be cleaned easily, but also acts like a perfectly normal training potty. When little Johnny is in the middle of a show or game on his iPad, he can bring it along and continue watching while on the potty. It even has a guard to prevent him from getting his device wet.
The iPotty is set to retail for $40 with a March release date and will be compatible with the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th generation iPads. Is it too much to bring the iPad into toilet training, or is it just right for the toddlers in our ever growing tech world?