If you're a human being, you've more than likely used a toilet at least once in your life, though healthier people tend to use them every day.
What most people have not done however, is used a toilet powered by the android operating system. Sound ridiculous? It is now a fact, as we see the Japanese Android-powered Satis Smart-Toilet hit the market in japan.
Apparently, the whole system is operated via an android app in the play store. The smart toilet costs $4,200 and includes an automatic lid, built-in sound module, air purifier, and a in-bowl spotlight.
4-grand seems like an awful lot to pay for a toilet that requires the use of your android phone or tablet to flush, but some think is makes the trip to the john a more pleasant experience. If you just want an excuse to take your android to the toilet, it's the perfect Christmas wish list item for you.
However, be warned. It seems the 'smart toilet', being android-based, is vulnerable to hacking using a bluetooth vulnerability. If these devices were to be put in commercial stores, anyone could hack someone else's toilet from another stall and cause the lid to close, the spray to go off, or what have you.
To some, this great vulnerability proves what many have come to suspect: There are certain things you just don't need to upgrade!