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Making good on a promise made two years ago, Lioness is back at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas to show off its second-generation vibrator, which makes use of big data for more pleasurable orgasms via a new app.

With the launch of its AI-assisted $209 vibrator app, Lioness is aiming squarely at its hi-tech competition by leveraging 30,000 data points, amassed over years of climatic experiences.

The new app allows users to annotate, track, and compare past sessions to see how their sessions compare over time, sort of like a personal orgasm diary.

The app, therefore, provides insight into how users can adjust settings to optimize future experiences based on factors including stress, stimulants such as coffee, etc.  

Lioness’ vibrator app can also track individual sessions and make recommendations based on user behaviors. After use, you can upload data from a single session, or a week’s worth, to the app to optimize future experiences. The app also allows you to control aspects such as sensitivity and monitor battery life. 

As it’s a rabbit vibrator, the device has a clitoral stimulator located in the middle to massage the vulva. Don’t worry if you have a Lioness already, as the company says all the features will be available on both generations of the device.

Elsewhere at CES 2020, there are plenty of other sex toy companies in attendance. OhMiBod debuted its Nex 3 remote vibrating ring for couples, Lora DiCarlo unveiled two new sex toys that mimic the human touch, and Marori is at the show touting a device to treat premature ejaculation.

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