Come Play with Petl: Get superpowers in bed!

Come Play with Petl: Get superpowers in bed!

Let’s talk about The Orgasm Gap!

Sex should be fun, amazing, and end with a bang. But for many women in heterosexual relationships, this isn’t the case.

Welcome to “The Orgasm Gap,” the very real statistic that only 1/4th of women orgasm during heterosexual sex. And the women who can orgasm take an average of forty minutes to get there.

It isn’t men’s fault or women’s fault that heterosexual sex isn’t good at making women orgasm. It’s a fluke of anatomy, the clitoris is just off to the side of all the activity. What we need is not another vibrator shaped like a penis, what we need is an extra hand that doesn’t get tired.

And that’s where we come in. We’re here to take the work out of sex and bring back the play.

Introducing PETL: a truly hands-free vibrator

Our elegant and comfortable hands-free, female-centric design contours to women’s bodies so they can orgasm every time they have sex in about 5 minutes.

Wrapped in soft silicone, PETL has a flexible frame that clips around the pelvic bone and presses into the G-Spot. The other end of the clip has a vibrating motor that provides continuous clitoral stimulation in any position and ensures pleasure without distraction. It stays in place, needs no re-positioning, doesn’t bother male partners and it gives them an extra “hand” in bed.

And because all bodies are different, Petl initially comes in three different sizes!

About Come Play

We develop sex toys for the future. Using new materials and forms, our mission is to give you superpowers in bed. We are female-founded, and our mission is to make sure everyone has a good time.

CEO Piri Miller founded the company to solve the orgasm problem because she is one of the 75% of women in the world who fall into “the gap.” While there are tons of sex tech products for all types of tastes and needs, there are very few options for heterosexual couples that solve this problem. In fact, 89% of all couples say they would use a toy during sex if it was hands-free and unobtrusive.

So Piri went to work, collaborating with industrial and product designers to invent a sophisticated solution to a common problem. After personally trying fourteen test models, she landed on the perfect design that made her dream a wearable reality.

Two years and one U.S. patent later, Come Play is making its debut with a truly hands free device designed by women for women.


So why crowdfund on iFundWomen?

We are excited to launch our first crowdfunding campaign on iFundWomen because who better understands our product more than women? We want to fundraise with the group we are designing for: women who want satisfaction and are ready (dare we say excited?) for a solution.

With the introduction of PETL, Come Play is ready to change the sex toy market.

We have partnered with Doc Johnson, legendary California based sex toy manufacturer.

We are showing our first manufacturing prototype at CES in January, and are projected to ship in April 2020.

But, marketing a sex tech product is heavily censored-especially when the product is related to female pleasure. Facebook only allows ads on family planning, nothing on sexual wellness. While subways and print ads can advertise erectile dysfunction pills, an ad for PETL would be flagged as “adult content.”

In order to make our product known to women everywhere, we need your help to build our audience one person at a time. The money raised here will fund our grassroots marketing efforts around PETL’s debut. It will cover trade show costs, website developers, getting our message to marketing experts, influencers and journalists.

With your help, we are going to close the Orgasm Gap. And when PETL succeeds, we will keep on inventing. We plan to create new products for all demographics and body types so individuals can have the solutions they need to free themselves to have the sex lives that they want. We will focus on individual needs through multiple sizes and research because one-size-fits-all isn’t really inclusivity. Individuation is inclusivity. We see you.

Sex should be fun, pleasure is a fundamental human right, and Come Play won’t stop until everyone has superpowers in bed.

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Fold – First Foldable PC

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Fold – First Foldable PC

ThinkPad X1 Fold is the first fully functional PC with a folding OLED display. Designed to offer unprecedented productivity, it will offer a ground-breaking new form factor that will reimagine mobile computing. As it morphs through multiple modes, from a small footprint device into a fully flat 13.3-inch display, X1 Fold will deliver laptop efficiency with smartphone portability. Built from a combination of lightweight alloys and carbon fiber and covered in a luxurious leather folio cover, the X1 Fold will offer the durability and reliability users expect from any ThinkPad. Co-engineered with Intel, the Always Connected PC is powered by Intel® Core™ Processors with Intel® Hybrid Technology and will initially be available with Windows 10 in mid-2020. Lenovo is planning on offering ThinkPad X1 Fold with Windows 10X at a later date for an enhanced foldable user experience. Furthermore, optional 5G connectivity will enable new ways of working wherever, whenever and however you want.

Foldable Use Cases

The book paradigm is millennia old. Instantly familiar and transportable, the similarities to a foldable PC are immediately obvious. User Experience research suggests that users who frequently switch between phone, tablet and laptop are looking for something with different capabilities and benefits. ThinkPad X1 Fold is a pioneering, new type of lightweight device that can successfully bridge core strengths of each and is without compromise on performance or screen size, yet compact enough to slip into the smallest of bags. We have developed, specifically for Windows 10, clever mode-switching software to adapt to multiple use cases in new environments.
Unfolded, the X1 Fold is ideal for touch heavy content consumption with 13.3-inches of OLED display real estate and weighing less than 2.2 pounds (1kg). In landscape mode with the integrated kickstand in the leather folio case, users can review and annotate the latest presentation or use the Bluetooth Mini Fold Keyboard. When folded closed, the keyboard is stored and wirelessly charged inside the system and secured with magnets. When taking a break, watch the latest episode of your favorite series on the bright OLED display with a Dolby Audio experience. In portrait orientation, users can take notes or draw out concepts using the Active Pen or scroll through and sign a legal document. Fold the screen out completely flat and use as a tablet or bend it slightly to read a few chapters on your next flight like a book.

Lenovo Thinkpad X1 Fold Price

The Thinkpad X1 Fold will cost $2,499 when it arrives in the middle of this year, though Lenovo isn’t including any of the aforementioned accessories at that price. You’ll have to shell out more for the keyboard, the pen and the stand, and prices for those have yet to be confirmed. The company is also planning on making a 5G-ready version in the second half of the year. Being first to market with the Fold gives Lenovo a head start, but I wouldn’t be surprised if other PC makers wow us with similar devices soon enough.
Segway S-Pod for Sale, looks weird but fun to drive

Segway S-Pod for Sale, looks weird but fun to drive

Segway’s newest self-balancing vehicle looks strange, but what’s new? Segways have always made riders look like technological fools. At least in Segway’s newest vehicle, the egg-shaped S-Pod wheelchair thing, you can wave at your haters from a comfortably seated position as you roll on by.

And I’ll tell you what: looking cool was the last thing on my mind when I got to drive the S-Pod around at Segway-Ninebot’s booth at the 2020 Consumer Electronics Show, because this thing is actually a lot of fun.

The S-Pod was announced late last week ahead of CES, and it serves as a sort of more relaxed spiritual successor to the original Segway and its many iterations. It allegedly has a mind-boggling top speed of 24 miles per hour, though the unit I drove on the show floor was speed limited to 7.5 mph. And it’s slated to be released in the second half of 2020, likely in fleet form first before any direct-to-consumer sales ever happen.


I found the S-Pod to be more fun than a stand-up Segway because there was almost no learning curve. There’s no need to find your balance, since the S-Pod is controlled with a joystick on the right side of the seat. Push forward to go forward, back to go in reverse, and to the left or right to spin in place. Moving the joystick between 10 and 11 o’clock or 1 and 2 o’clock will let you turn left or right, respectively, while maintaining speed. Overall, the S-Pod is somehow pretty nimble despite being what must be a relatively heavy piece of equipment.

Like its predecessors, the S-Pod has just a few “features.” There was a light strip over my right shoulder that communicates the battery level, and there are more lights on the back that serve as turn signals. The colors of these lights can be customized using a tablet that pops out of the left armrest. There’s also a horn button, though that didn’t work on the prototype I drove.

But the most impressive thing about the S-Pod is that it is rock solid despite the fact that the giant chair sits on just two wheels. It never once felt like the S-Pod was going to tip over in any direction, regardless of whether I was stopped or taking turns around sharp corners. From the moment I turned on the S-Pod and it lifted me up into the active position, it was easy to feel Segway’s many years of experience with self-balancing gyroscopic technology.

Alas, this is CES, and things tend to go wrong with even the best prototypes. At the very end of my ride, the joystick came loose, and the Segway egg (and I) crashed into the wall. Thankfully, there was no great fall.