Technology Gadgets 27 Feb 2017 Mymanu CLIK launches ...

Mymanu CLIK launches live-translating in-ear earphones

DECCAN CHRONICLE
Published Feb 27, 2017, 3:22 pm IST
Updated Feb 27, 2017, 3:50 pm IST
The launch of Mymanu CLIK follows the launch of the Mymanu Translate app earlier this month.
(Image: Mymanu)
 (Image: Mymanu)

The age-old language barrier is now a thing of the past, thanks to the Mymanu CLIK –  the world’s first language recognition and live translation in-ear earphones. Users can converse with speakers of other languages, with the in-ear earphones translating any one of 37 languages into the wearer’s native tongue, in real time.

Being Bluetooth enabled and wireless, users will be able to take part in 1-2-1 and conference style conversation at a distance.

 

 Incorporating APTX, Mymanu CLIK also enable users to listen to their favourite music. The earbuds are compatible with Apple and Android-based mobile devices, allowing users to make and receive phone calls and text at the touch of a finger and receive aural alerts.

Company founder, Danny Manu, said, “We’re incredibly proud to be the first and only company in the world to develop and demonstrate language recognising and translating in-ear earphones. When we first started developing this incredible product, back in 2012, our dream was to make language barriers a thing of the past - we’re now well on the way to achieving that goal.”

 The launch of Mymanu CLIK follows the launch of the Mymanu Translate app earlier this month.

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