Wouldn’t it be amazing to speak a dozen different languages? You can, with the Live Conversation Speaking Translator. Unlike other translators that just convert text, this one can translate live conversations. You simply speak into the microphone on one side, and it automatically translates it and “speaks” it to the other person. They talk into the mic on the other side, to have it translate their words back to you. This ability to easily conduct dialog in many languages would be incredibly useful for International travelers and business people.
It can do voice translation without Internet access for 12 languages including Spanish, Chinese, French, Japanese, German, Italian, Korean, and Russian. With an Internet connection, it can verbally translate 21 more languages including Polish, Hungarian, Hindi, and Greek. On top of this, it can do text translations for 19 additional languages.
This is the language translator that provides two-way verbal communication between people that don’t share a common language. Each side of the device has an integrated microphone that captures dialogue, automatically translates the message, and “speaks” it to the other person. Unlike text translators that require one to stop and enter each sentence word for word, one simply talks into this device as if engaging in real conversation.
It verbally translates 12 languages without requiring Internet access including Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Russian, and Spanish. When connected to the Internet, it verbally translates 21 additional languages including Greek, Hindi, Hungarian, and Polish, and provides text translations for an additional 19 languages. Charges via AC with included USB cable.
Order the Live Conversation Speaking Translator for $349.95 at Hammacher Schlemmer. It’s expensive, but it could be an indispensable tool.
I’m going to Italy to visit family, and I purchased this product. My carrier, Sprint, does not offer HOT SPOT in Europe, any longer. With WIFI in my home, this unit is great (born & raised in Italy), it does a great job speaking and translating languages. My family does not have WIFI in their home, so am looking at a device (Roaming Man), where I can connect to this unit; am concerendd, because this unit has a micro Micro USB 2.0 and has its own charger. So, now I have a dilemna, if ths device can be connected to my Langie. Swear to you, it’s a great, great near instant voice translator. I don’t know how to contact abovementioned company to find out if their unit can be plugged in the Langie.