As piggy banks go, the Porkfolio is pretty standard in size, and built from durable, rubbery plastic. This gives it the feel of a toy, which makes sense, as it seems like a perfect smart gadget for kids.
A spring-loaded mechanism within the coin slot can tell how big the coin you're depositing is, and therefore, what kind of coin it is. This is how the Porkfolio keeps track of exactly how much money you've put into it.
The Porkfolio retails for $50, and there's a good chance that you can find it for less than that. No one needs a connected piggy bank, but we absolutely wouldn't blame you if you wanted one. We also think it'd make a great gift.