First Response today released their first Bluetooth-enabled pregnancy test. It still requires a woman to take a whiz on a stick, but that stick can now communicate with your phone wirelessly.
So what's the advantage of the digital pregnancy test? Aside from just being cool, it can also entertain you while you're waiting for the good/bad news depending on your situation.
After the peeing goes down, a three-minute timer pops up in First Response app that supplies the options "Calm Me," "Educate Me," or "Entertain Me."
Via USA Today:
If she taps on the entertainment option she may see BuzzFeedvideos. If she taps Calm Me, she’ll likely hear meditation music, be given breathing techniques or see a peaceful video with scenes such as crashing waves. The education choice supplies fertility information.
The Bluetooth pregnancy test costs between $15 and $22, which is a lot more than a regular, old pregnancy test, but really doesn't seem all that bad for a digital device.