Almost three years have passed since we talked to you about the WT2, wireless headphones developed by Timekettle, which have the particularity of offering translations in practically real time, allowing you to have face-to-face conversations instead of constantly looking at the screens of the devices. mobile.
Everything that a person says will be translated into their language to the other person, and vice versa. In this sense, each person must put on one of the headphones to carry out the conversations they want to have.
On the way to being another bestseller
Now from Timekettle they go one step further with the release of an improved version of their successful wireless headphones with simultaneous translation function, which they have called the M2, being the highlight the possibility of carrying out the translation of conversations by voice without the need for an Internet connection, for which the headphones must be connected to the complementary mobile application and have the offline voice translation package available, being paid but Timekettle wants to do it free with the help of the Indiegogo campaign.
And so it is. With 28 days to go until the end of the campaign, nearly 800 sponsors have already secured exceed the goal set by more than 800% and growing, still remaining most of the rewards available, which will be sent between September and October of this year to anywhere in the world.
In addition, the M2 has a improved real-time translation technology that delivers translations more efficiently. We can also add the three possible modes of use: Touch Mode: to listen and translate simultaneously by simply pressing the headphone sensor; Lesson Mode: to receive the translations into the native language of the lessons in class by putting the telephone on the table to listen to the teacher’s voice; Y Speaker mode: to translate their own spoken sentences and reproduce them on the phone speaker.
Those interested will be able to better know all its characteristics through the official website of the campaign.
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