An American startup, that deals in smart sex toys and was banned from showcasing its products at Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2019, is back with a bunch of new sex toys for CES 2020. Lora DiCarlo this time has introduced two new sex toys namely Baci and Onda. The same have also been conferred with the CES Honoree Innovation award.
While Baci is a “robotic g-spot massager,” that stimulates the clitoris, Onda is a “robotic clitoral stimulator”, specific to the G-spot. The products use micro-robotics technology that can mimic human touch. The products, as claimed by Lora DiCarlo, have been designed to offer women blended orgasms.
For the unknown, Consumer Technology Association, the organizer of CES, had last year banned such tech from CES. However, after being criticised, CTA had said that it will let sex tech startups to participate and compete for awards as part of the health and wellness category on a one-year trial bias.
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