With the help of a toilet training accessory - iPotty, children can watch videos or play games while answering the call of nature. The new accessory includes a standard plastic kid's training toilet attached with an iPad.
The gadget dubbed 'iPotty' will on ale in March for 39.99 dollars on Amazon.com, the New York Daily News reports.
AdvertisementCTA Digital, whose whizz-mo is making headway at the international gadget show in Las Vegas, said that they have received 'great feedback from parents who think it would be great for training'.
According to the report, Dr. Ron Marino, head of pediatrics at Winthrop-University Hospital in Mineola, is not convinced the device will help kids learn how to pee on the pot.
He pointed out that 'children need to learn to focus on what they're doing and recognize the sensations of their body, rather than multitasking and being entertained.'
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