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The Kohler Numi's lid opens automatically.
The Numi's touch remote magnetically docks and charges.
Using the remote: not nearly as intimidating as some TVs, but close. User note: only do this when seated.
Wall mounting, for the handheld gadget-averse.
An iPod Touch connected to the Numi, ready to adjust volume with the remote.
The bidet has a light and a drying fan.
The Numi from the rear.
Scott Stein contemplates using the Numi, but not this way.
The Numi, installed.
The extending bidet has an LED light. Yes, it does.
A sensor on the bottom activates when a foot's nearby, triggering the toilet seat (take note, men).
Discrete buttons control flushing, just in case you're touch-averse.
The extended bidet.
The magnetic dock holds and charges the remote, just like the Palm Pre's magnetic base.
The Numi's touch-screen remote.
Slider controls operate nearly every aspect of the Numi.
Attaching an iPod Touch to the Numi, for motivational music.
Rear ports for audio input, in case you're throwing a toilet party.
The remote mounts on the wall.
Flush in progress...