Sex tech has always been at CES, just hidden in plain sight. Interestingly, now that sex tech is here in an official capacity, many of the devices on display are either already available or were revealed last year. Startup Lora DiCarlo caused shockwaves at CES in 2019 after having an innovation award given to its sex tech device rescinded and then re-awarded. This year the company made its debut on the show floor with a full public unveiling of the Osé, a device which uses microrobotics to mimic human movements in order to create blended orgasms.

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