The sickest gadget DVICE saw in Vegas

The promise of CES is to show off cool new gadgets that can improve all aspects of your life. But the Real Touch is just taking things too far: It's a computer-controlled "stimulation" device that uses specially encoded content to bring a sort of virtual-reality experience to, um, a certain member. Using a host of technologies, the futuristic-looking computer peripheral simulates motion, adjusts temperature and provides lubrication. The encoding is deciphered by a custom Windows Media Player plugin.

Although it wasn't shown off at CES — we found it at the AVN Adult Entertainment Expo next door — the $149 Real Touch gets the award for the sickest gadget we saw in Vegas. Congrats, guys.