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

A Ghanaian-British entrepreneur, Danny Manu, has developed earbuds that auto-translate to other languages without the use of the internet.

The product called, CLIK, is said to be the world’s first truly wireless earphones with live voice translation supporting 37+ languages.

The earbuds automatically detect the language being spoken and provide translation within a sentence/two after connection with a smartphone.

CLIK will let you listen to your favorite music in HD Sound, answer calls all for 30 hours.

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The path of the 33-year-old inventor started from an early age, but his business took to new heights in 2017, when Danny placed the world’s first truly wireless earphones with live voice translation onto the world stage.

While the wireless earbuds can make phone calls and play music, their unique translation abilities make them stand out from the crowd.

The wireless gadget can translate more than 30 languages in real-time, with translations going straight to your ear for a seamless conversation.

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A very handy tool for both businesses looking to find new customers overseas where English isn’t widely spoken and for travellers as the summer holiday season looms.

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