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Pilot – The World’s First Smart Earpiece

Traveling the world can be incredible, but understanding the world is a far more enriching feat. Translate the world around you with Pilot, the world’s first smart earpiece. Combining the compactness of wearables and the technology of instant translation, this tiny earpiece fits snugly into your ear to translate the spoken word in real time. Using the app, Pilot allows you to switch the input languages for each utterance you need so you can stay in the conversation. Best of all, Pilot works both offline and overseas, so you always have an excellent translation right in your ear. The Pilot comes with an additional earpiece so you can also use the earbuds to stream music which also means you have to carry less.

Pilot – The World’s First Smart Earpiece
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9.8/10
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Ashley Timms
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Colors
White, Black, Red
Battery
Rechargeable Li-ion
Talk Time
4-6 Hours
Processor
ARM
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Scott Cooper

Since the Pilot (in ear translator) gets a five star EDITORS rating...have you (or anyone) actually used/seen the device? Or, are you just applauding it's potential? I'm suspect of it as NO ONE seems to have seen OR used any of the alleged prototypes? Please elucidate. Thanks, Scott

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