New "Smart" Condom Rates Stroke Game, Detects Syphilis and Chlyamidia

Where was this when I met my first boyfriend.  The good thing about technology is everything gets an upgrade, even condoms.  The ‘world’s first smart condom’ is actually a ring, and it is here to judge a guy’s sexual performance.

Instead of dull old rubber, this technologically advanced ring claims to track the ‘exercise’ as well as detecting chlamydia and syphilis.

It is available for preorder on British Condoms for $74 with an unknown release date.

But before we have a firm opening date, the i.Con ring has promised to answer every burning question about your sex life.

There will be an app that will help out your data visualization. Just imagine what the leaderboard will look like.

What’s my thrust velocity?
How fast are my thrusts?
How many calories did that session burn?
How many times did I just have sex?
What’s the average skin temperature of my penis?
What’s my girth?

The ring, with a one-year warranty, has a Micro-USB charging port to provide six to eight hours of ‘live’ usage.

It will work with a combination of nano-chip and sensors, pairing the divice via Bluetooth.

The ring will come in one size with a ‘band adjustment’ feature’.

A British Condoms spokesperson said: ‘All data will be kept anonymous, but users will have the option to share their recent data with friends, or, indeed the world.’