Do you currently use a translating app on your phone when you travel to different countries? How well does that app really work for you? Do you struggle with things like battery life, phone speed, or not making eye contact with the person(s) you’re trying to communicate with? What if we told you there’s a device that has been specifically made for face-to-face communication, and that the best apps for each language are integrated into the device and will select the best translation app for the language you choose.
What is this amazing device called...?
Travis the Translator - World's first Universal Translator, or a pocket-sized smart device that uses artificial intelligence to instantly recognize and translate speech in 80 languages, all in less than two seconds, launched at MWC in Barcelona last February. Since then they have already exhibited at: Mobile World Congress Barcelona (27 Feb - 2 March)- one of the world's largest tech fairs CSITF in Shanghai- TNW Conference (18/19 May) in Amsterdam, COMPUTEX Taipei, and CES Asia 2017 in Shanghai, and are preparing for more.
Currently Travis has three main competitors: Waverlylabs, lli, and Lingmo. Travis is superior from these competitors because Travis is designed for face-to-face conversations, with anyone, strangers, business, in the streets, in the meeting rooms. Travis doesn't need earphones to work (no awkwardness of passing some stranger an earphone); simply press and start talking. Travis has dual noise-canceling mic + loud built-in speakers, and works independently without needing to use your phone (without zapping your phone battery). Travis is the 1st to integrate the best engines to give you the best translation, currently 7 engines, with more coming in the future.
Travis has currently raised over $750k on their Indiegogo campaign with over 5000 backers from 95 countries. The top three backers are from the USA, Spain, and The Netherlands. Also, over 250 devices have been donated to the Travis global partner Open Learning Exchange (OLE) refugee education program. Not to mention over 1500 features in worldwide media outlets in 10 weeks, including the Verge, Mashable, Chipin, PCMag, Forbes, Tweakers, Android Geek, WearableZone or Silicon Canals, and more. You can purchase your Travis the Translator at igg.me/at/TravisTranslator with worldwide shipping starting in July, and a plan to open a web shop this summer.