The world's first 'smart condom' which rates a man's sexual performances and can detect STIs has been created by scientists.
The i-Con Smart Condom is billed as the newest form of wearable technology in the ever-growing market.
Providing a range of statistics, including duration, speed and girth measurements, male users are able to assess their sexual prowess.
The device also records the amount of calories burnt, different positions and can detect chlamydia and syphilis.
It turns out the device is not a condom at all, but rather, a ring that fits over a boring, standard-issue condom and measures the quality of sex based on several metrics, including speed of thrusts, calories burned, and duration of session.
It'll retail at ~$74 and, presumably, will be re-usable.
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