The ili Translator is a Necklace Set to Be Revealed at CES 2016

By: Ady Floyd - Jan 6, 2016
References: iamili & cbc
This unique wearable device called 'ili' is a one-of-a-kind language translator that uses no WiFi, 3G or 4G connections. The device is a small, rectangular object that is worn around one's neck like an accessory. It currently contains the ability to translate English, Chinese and Japanese languages.

The device hopes to be an essential product for avid travelers because it will eliminate many language barriers. Without the need for a smartphone or hand-held dictionary, people can use the ili translator to change the way they communicate.

The instant language translator will be revealed during CES 2016 taking place in Las Vegas. Using an OS of its own, the device will translate words and phrases anywhere at any time. During CES, these translators will be available for pre-order and are expected to be produced as early as April or May of 2016.