Ghanaian Develops World’s First Wireless Earbuds That Auto-Translates 40 Languages

A Ghanaian-British businessman, Danny Manu, has created earbuds that automatically translate into other languages, without the need for the internet.

The product called CLIK is said to be the first world wireless earphones that have live voice translation, which supports 40 languages.

The earbuds are able to detect the language spoken and translate it within a paragraph or two following connection to the smartphone.

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CLIK lets you listen to your favourite songs with HD Sound, answer calls all throughout the duration of 30 hours.

The journey of the 33-year-old inventor began at a young stage, but his enterprise reached new heights in the year 2017 when Danny created the first wireless earphones made of live voice translation on the international stage.

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Although the wireless earbuds are able to call and listen to music, their distinct capabilities in translation make them distinct from other earbuds.

The device wirelessly can translate up to 30 foreign languages at a time and translate directly to your ear for effortless conversation.

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An extremely useful tool for both companies looking for new customers in countries where English isn’t commonly spoken, and for tourists in the summer months as the holiday season is approaching.