Yes, there is tech for the lazy language types. Instead of learning a language and expanding your education, you can nab some tech instead. Are you already thirsting to get your hands on these language impaired changing wireless headphones? Read on…
If you are traveling out of country after November, you might want a pair of Google Pixel Buds if you don’t know the language.
Google, the tech giant has just unveiled the Google Pixel Buds at a San Francisco event, which connect to Android or Google Pixel smartphones.
Well, the Buds link up to the voice-controlled Google Assistant will allow you to do your bog-standard phone calling or music playing business as well as translate.
The built-in software will give you the ability to translate languages by pressing down on the earbuds to convert speech into your chosen language.
Pretty cool, right?
Google product manager Adam Champy:
“With Pixel Buds, we’re excited to put all the power of the Google Assistant into a pair of headphones you can take with you everywhere. You can easily control your tunes, get walking directions to the nearest coffee spot or have a conversation with someone from another country without ever pulling out your phone.”
The Google Pixel Buds run about $159.00, will initially support 40 languages. They come out on November 22.