Two US designers have come up with a new flash drive that doubles up as a sex toy to overcome the problems vibrator-using women run into such as the hassle of cords, batteries or bulky charging devices.
Designers Ti Chang and Michael Topolovac, from San Francisco, have developed Duet, a discreet vibrator for women, which is powered by the USB port in your computer. However, it can also store up to 16GB of data.
"Two female friends were expressing their frustration over the products and shopping environments in the world of sex toys," the Daily Mail quoted Topolovac as saying.
"I was struck by the profound gap between the quality experience women sought and what was available."
The device is made from 'body-safe silicon and metal' with dual motors that are 'virtually silent' but provide five power levels.
"You look at it plugged into a laptop, charging, and it doesn't look anything like a vibrator," Ms Chang told the New York Daily News.
She added that she had been frustrated by the 'cheap' and 'poorly made' alternatives on the market.
"Seriously, is there a more fulfilling endeavour than this? To bring pleasure to women is my way of helping to make the world a better place," she wrote on the company's website.
According to their website at lovecrave.com the device is waterproof to up to three metres and available in three colours.
The device apparently lasts for four hours on one charge.
It will retail for between 139-349 dollars.