Save $140 on WT2 Language Translator Earbuds

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Now that travel is starting to open up again, you may find yourself in a foreign land, surrounded by people who don’t speak your language. Sure, you can brush up on how to say some basic phrases, but you can still get caught in a situation of not understanding the person who is speaking to you. Don’t despair, as language translation has come a long way, and you can purchase the WT2 Language Translator Earbuds to handle the task.

The earbuds handle simultaneous two-way translation in multiple foreign languages that cover 85 percent of the world’s population. The 40 languages and 93 accents include Arabic, Chinese, English, French, German, Portuguese, Russian, and Spanish. Simul mode handles one person talking and the other listening, and Touch mode allows you to touch the earbuds to speak and again to translate. In Speaker mode, just wear one earbud and use it in conjunction with the app.

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You’ll get high accuracy translation in one to three seconds with the WT2 Language Translator Earbuds. They work well with Wi-Fi and 4G and support both iOS and Android with wireless Bluetooth 4.2 and above connection. The true wireless Bluetooth connection provides stable audio transmission up to 20 feet.

But you don’t have to be online to use the translation earbuds. You can download an offline translation package for Chinese to English, Japanese, French, Spanish, Korean, and Russian. They also support English to Japanese, French, Spanish, Korean, Chinese, and Russian.

Note that these earbuds do not support music playback or phone calls. External technical support is provided through Google, Microsoft, and iFlytek.

Take $100 off and clip the Amazon coupon for an additional $40 off and pay just $199.99.

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