I must say, this is the sort of thing that I really didn’t know existed – but could be immensely useful when traveling!
I’m sure everyone knows about Google Translate and other sorts of AI based, natural language websites and apps that are able to translate languages from one to another.
The problem with using an app on your phone is that if you travel a lot – you’ll always be trying to figure out how to get internet access at your destination. Whether it be trying to purchase a local data card for your trip length, constantly trying to find WiFi access points, or just sucking it up and paying hefty international data roaming fees – it can be quite a pain.
Then again, you can switch back to the handy “quick phrases” tourist guide – but that isn’t at all optimal either! 🙂
All of those problems are pretty much solved if you have a device like the Vasco translator that I am taking a look at in this video. It’s a pretty slick implementation that is focused on easing conversations in real time…with free internet data access in 150+ countries. Pretty cool if you ask me.
If you are interested in learning more about this device, be sure to head on over to the Vasco Electronics website below!
✅ Vasco Mini 2 Voice Translator
|Display||TFT 240 x 320 pixels, 2.0 inch Touchscreen|
|Earphone Input||Mini-Jack (3.5 mm)|
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