The SpeechTrans Wristband Watch has the ability to translate about 44 languages. It has a noise-cancelling microphone, with speakers loud enough for music or speakerphone calls.
Lately, I have been thinking a lot about smartwatches, and whether or not they will be a booming market, or something that we look back on and wonder why we did this. If we have more products like the SpeechTrans Wristband Watch, then I will have to say yes.
There is an application that the user will receive a “lifetime subscription” to, and I would imagine that it will update itself to pick up foreign vernacular.
Just think about it! What is one of the biggest things that divides us? It is language, but this particular gadget can help bridge the gap. This is another use of smartwatches that really need to be applied, and should really be on every smartwatch.
If you are interested in this, the SpeechTrans Wristband Watch will cost about $99 and is available in black, red, or white. It has a full-color LED caller ID-display, so I am guess it can be used in tandem with a smartphone, perhaps? Actually, it can, because my Source says that if you stray too far from your phone, you will get an alert on the wristband. So I guess that the SpeechTrans Wristband is a smartwatch that isn’t really a smartwatch. Sure, let’s call it that.