CTA Digital always brings its A-game to CES, and this year is no different. In addition to the company's potty training iPad dock and its iPad toilet paper stand comes this must-have addition to any kitchen. It's a paper towel holder, it's an iPad holder, it's everything you've ever dreamed of. Thirty bucks secures…
We all use our smartphones and tablets in the bathroom, but there's an unwritten rule that you do it discreetly, and don't really brag about touching your device while touching your... well, you get the idea. So while on one hand it's easy to be disgusted by CTA Digital's toilet paper/iPad stand, on the other we're…
CTA Digital never fails to disappoint at CES. In past years the company has delivered some of the craziest gaming and iPad accessories, and this year they manage to both raise the bar and hit a new low with the iPotty.
I'll admit I have a soft spot for the crazy crap you find on the CES show floor while dashing between meetings. And so far CTA Digital has been my most reliable source for accessories that make you stop and shake your head.
As much fun as it will be unleashing your motion-detected fists of fury via PlayStation Move, nothing will ruin the illusion faster than hurling your controller through your TV screen. CTA Digital's glove peripheral will help keep the peace.
Hey, idiotic software designers and hardware manufacturers. Video games, even sports video games, are supposed to even the playing field for us non-jock types.
It's basically a Wii and Wiimote dock. It cools the Wii and offers some extra outputs—plus it charges two Wiimotes and holds the nunchuks. Oh, and there's a clock stuck in the thing, too.
I'm sure it does improve the control, but how do you touch the screen if you need to brake or hit a nitro booster? And what if you get a phone call while playing, do you hold the wheel to your head? But hey, if you're super into driving games on your iPhone maybe this is worth the scratch to you.
Unlike most Wii controller gimmicks, this one brings a new feature to the table: a laser sight. And they tell me it's historically accurate to boot.