I don’t want to say that language is a problem, but it is difficult to communicate to another person if you do not know their language. I remember being at CES 2020 last year, and I really had a difficult time talking to some of the convention exhibitors there. I wish I had a Zero Translator from TimeKettle.
So, you can see in the image that this is a device that you just plug into the bottom of your device. This thing has numerous kinds of microphones which allow for talking into the device, and then you hear the translation. You can also see it written in text, and you’ll see the translation written upside down on the other side of the screen. Yes, it is designed to be a kind of translation screen between two parties.
Not only that, it has 40 different languages in 93 different accents. All you need to do is select the languages on the menu, and it requires you to speak into the device as it lays in your hand.
So, does it work? I would say yes. Since I don’t really know any languages, I just said a few choice phrases that I knew would translate. You know, like “parlez-vous francais” and stuff. It did the translation okay, provided it didn’t get too complicated.
Yeah, this is one of those things where you really have to double-check your speech -to-text. At one point, I was having some issues, and I said something like: “there is a problem with this translator”. This is what it transaltated, and I believe that it pretty much sums it up.
Well, if you want to try out the Zero Translator, you can get it on the TimeKettle site for about $99.99. It comes in USB-C and Apple Lightning connector, and you should leave a comment so we can hear about your experience.