Croatian language included in high-tech instant translation device

ZAGREB, July 28 – A Japanese high-tech invention called MUAMA Enence Instant Translator enables communication in 40 languages, including Croatian, which could simplify casual meetings at home and abroad.

The German website WOWTechLife reports:

“MUAMA Enence is a state-of-art Japanese technology which allows you to instantly communicate with another person no matter what language he or she speaks. This tiny but genius device instantly records and translates over 40 languages, which makes communication easy & fast. You can use it when travelling, for business meetings or whenever you wish to say something in a different language. With Enence you instantly communicate in almost any language in the world,” the website says.

The device is easy to use although it is equipped with the latest technology. “All you need to do is to choose the language in which you want to communicate and record your words or sentences. You can even record really long sentences and Enence will translate everything perfectly,” WOWTechLife says.

The device allows two people speaking two different languages to hold a conversation with ease.

“Just press the A button and start talking. Then release the A button and your Enence Translator will automatically translate your speech into a selected foreign language. Your foreign friend will hear your translated speech in a native speaker-like manner. Press button B – let your foreign friend speak. Then release the B button and your Enence Translator will automatically translate their speech back into your native language.”

The supported languages include Arabic, Bulgarian, Catalan, Chinese, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hindi, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Malaysian, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Slovak, Spanish, Swedish, Tagalog, Thai, Turkish, Ukrainian and Vietnamese.

(Source: Hina)

 

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