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Love is in the laptop

London - Put the Rampant Rabbit away – there’s a new vibrator in town. The Mojowijo is the very latest in sex toy technology – and it could forever transform the way long-distance couples communicate.

Billed as the toy that has transformed cybersex, the Mojowijo vibrator can be connected wirelessly to a laptop and controlled remotely, meaning that those forced to say goodnight via Skype could now see their late-night calls suddenly spiced up.

They warned that modern life and particularly our attachment to computers and hand-held gadgets like tablets and smartphones means many people are 'living against' their natural body clocks. Credit: sxc

The Mojowijo is a sex toy of two parts – one, a traditionally shaped pink vibrator for the ladies, the other, a blue ring-shaped device.

Both attachments are fitted to a handle that can be attached to the accessory port on a Nintendo Wii remote control.

Using the Motion2Vibration technology, the device is able to transform the movements performed by each user into vibration signals and send them to another selected device – either in the same room or over the internet.

Couples simply download the appropriate software, dial into each other’s laptops using Skype, and the presence of both Mojowijos vibrators is picked up.

Using the motion of their own remotes, the users can then play with the settings on their partner’s vibrator, upping the frequency or taking it down as required. So the more one partner moves their wand, the more the other partner’s will vibrate.

One couple forced to spend six months apart due to work commitments say the Mojowijo has transformed their relationship.

Amelia, 33, said: “My partner has been working in America for the past six months, and we have been communicating by Skype. These gadgets have really injected new life into our calls.”

Of their invention, the company says: “Couples in close relationships but separated by distance for long durations have been the most vocal and are looking to Mojowijo to bring intimacy back into their relationships or just keep them going even stronger when distances keep them apart.” – Daily Mail

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