With technology, life seems to be getting easier. Communication has been simplified with smartphones, travel made less stressful with GPS, and entertainment has never looked or sounded better. But for the steady march forward, there have been many missteps along the way. This article will examine ten tech products that leave us asking, “Why?”
CTA Digital Tablet Stand
Because it’s important to attend to the business at hand, while attending to, um, your “business,” this digital stand will hold a tablet and a roll of toilet paper.
Under Vehicle Inspection Tool
Maybe the marketing on this is unclear, but this lamp seems designed to light the mysteries beneath your car. This may prove handy if you find yourself in any unexpected horror movie cliches.
You know those people who think their pet talks to them? Well, Puppy Tweets is for those people when away from home. Puppy Tweets will alert owners to their pets latest move, meow. or bark via Twitter message.
Some things go together well, like peanut butter and jelly. Other combinations are just silly, like this toaster that is also a radio… or is it a radio that’s also a toaster?
Nothing is more embarrassing than taking a vacation, getting to the beach, and realizing your feet are pasty white. Right? Right? Well fear no more, Solafeet will darken those hooves while you relax comfortably at home.
Pet Collar Camera
Much like Puppy Tweets, this is for people who are a little bit too interested in their pets. Just as the name implies, this camera mounts to your pets collar so that you can see the world from your pet’s perspective. And who doesn’t?
Steering Wheel Laptop Desk
A portable desk that attaches to your steering wheel and holds your laptop. This product is a bad idea in almost every conceivable way.
For those who would like to expand their communication to fellow motorists beyond simple waves and finger salutes, drivemocion features an LED screen with five pre-programmed messages for those sharing the road.
This iPhone, an otherwise useful gadget, makes the list for the sheer egoism required to plate it in 24ct. gold — and for someone to shell out nearly three grand for it.
CTA Digital PAD-POTTY
Once again, we have a poorly reasoned combination of gadgets. On their own, potty training seats and iPads have a good deal of merit. But mixing children learning to control their bodily functions and high tech gadgetry seems like a recipe for disaster.