The Sigmo Translator Translates at the Touch of a Button

By: Michael Hines - Published: Aug 15, 2013 • References: indiegogo & technabob
International travelers, business folk and those in the service industry are a just a few of the people who will find the Sigmo Translator intriguing. This Indiegogo project is a Bluetooth translator relay. It works using existing translation apps available on your Android or iPhone, such as Google Translate.

The Sigmo Translator recognizes 25 languages and is easy to use. Simply connect it your phone, activate your translation app of choice and you're ready to go! (Note: Your phone must be connected to the Internet to use Sigmo.) Press one button to translate your speech into a selected language, and press the second button to have foreign speech translated into your tongue of choice. The battery of the Sigmo Translator is said to last for 300 hours on standby and for eight hours when in use. The project is currently seeking a modest sum of $15,000 in funding. Stats for Wristwatch Language Decoders Trending: Older & Mild
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