To conduct the test the man produces a sample, sets the device and within an hour will find out whether he has enough sperm to fertilise a female egg.
The test works by forcing sperm to swim through a barrier mimicking the female cervix. It then measures the number of sperm which get beyond this point.
"produces a sample"? It's not like he's developing a new auto product!
"mimicking the female cervix"? Because mimicking the male cervix is a much more complicated task. How does one mimic the cervix anyhow? "Any of you boys think you can handle me? Well, do ya?"
It's a serious topic and I'm happy to see this new development in a diagnosis tool. The article, though, leaves something to be giggled at.