Cellphones that track the biological clock of ladies’ are old hat by now, but apparently Mitsubishi has not given up the good fight just yet by introducing the D702iF at CEATEC 2006. These clamshell handsets are able to recognize the rhythms of ladies and supports the NTT DoCoMo FOMA service as well. It is currently unknown how the D702iF achieves its objectives, but we speculate that it involves the user to input the correct dates in order to get the whole thingamajic going. Married women who are itching to start a family but who seem to get the timing wrong can now get a little help with the D702iF. Those who believe in the law of probability and would prefer subscribing to a month-long session of bonding minus the presence of musical condoms.
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