If you love the idea of a universal translator right in your ear, I think I’ve found it. Translation earbuds aren’t exactly new, but these ones sure are. I’m talking about the world’s first translation earbuds that can work completely offline. Timekettle has been leading the pack in translation devices since the company was founded in 2016. Combining cutting-edge AI and hardware, Timekettle’s earbuds combine cutting-edge AI and hardware. The company has already sold its translation earbuds in 94 countries, to more than 300,000 consumers. Their M2 translator earbuds are the world’s first offline translations earbuds, and they’re getting honored at this year’s CES. They don’t need an Internet connection at all to instantaneously translate between 11 different languages. When connected to the Internet, the M2 earbuds support 40 languages and 93 accents. If you want to talk to someone who speaks a different language, just have them wear one of the two earbuds. Translations happen within two seconds, but most of the time they’re almost instaneous. Oh, and the Timekettle M2 earbuds can also play music and connect you to Siri. It’s no surprise Timekettle is being honored at CES 2021 with an Innovation Award.
Check It Out: These Translation Earbuds Even Work Offline