The transition to portability is slowly becoming a trend this year as Timekettle has impressed the world once again when it comes to the audio category with their revolutionary translation WT2 Edge earbuds.
A tech startup specializing in wireless embedded systems, this first two-way translation earbuds is set to break language barriers whether you’re in a Zoom call or a live meeting.
Achieve Bi-directional Simultaneous Translation
The WT2 Edge Earbuds now has the ability to translate in real-time whenever you speak or listen so no more waiting for your turn to speak.
It also has smart noise reduction embedded in the earbuds. The dual beamforming microphones are designed to focus on the sound of your voice while separating it from other voices.
6 Translation Engines and 15 Connections Worldwide
To give you the highest quality translations, the WT2 Edge gives you access to the world’s leading translation engines (Google, Microsoft, DeepL, iFlytek, AmiVoice and Hoya) which gives out 95% accuracy to its users.
The secret to their earbuds also lies in their network which gives out 0.5 to 3 seconds of speed when it comes to bi-directional translations for smoother flow in conducting office and board meetings with international partners and clients.
Not to mention that these earbuds also support offline translations which you can buy separately at a super early bird price of $30.
The Earbuds Comes With Three Modes
Its flexibility also gives this earpiece a huge advantage when it comes to breaking the language barriers.
Simul mode is best used for face-to-face interviews so you can share one of your earbuds to the person that you’re talking to and enjoy seamless communication.
Touch mode is best used for multi-cultural conferences where you have control over the meeting room. You just tap your earbud and speak while everyone else’s mics are muted and tap again when you’re finished talking and let others respond to your conversation.
Speaker mode will let your earbuds transmit and deliver your message through your smartphone speakers via the Edge app. This is very useful whenever your travelling especially if you are in a foreign country and you would like your questions to be answered easily such as asking for directions or what food to order.
The WT2 Edge Earbuds start at a super early bird price of $99 and $129 if you’re going to include an offline language pack.