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.