CES is one of the biggest technology fairs in the world. However, some said that the 2022 edition would be a huge disappointment, because many significant companies (for instance, Google) switched to virtual presence. Well, it wasn’t a disappointment. Between BMW showing its color-changing car, and Sony sharing details about their new PS VR2 headset for PS5, there were we, showcasing our revolutionary pocket translator devices, which enable you to freely speak and understand over 70 languages. CES 2022 definitely delivered, and Vasco Electronics contributed to this.
Jiri Maikusiak, our Marketing Specialist for Czech Republic, has participated in an online science conference called “Healthy Brain and Memory Day”. The online meeting was a part of the Brain Awareness Week held by Dana Foundation, a private philanthropic organization from New York, whose goal is to advance understanding of the brain in health through numerous research grants and public outreach.
2022 is going to start with a bang. And we don’t mean the usual New Year’s Eve parties happening around the world. We mean the most influential tech show in the world — CES 2022 (which formerly would be known as Consumer Electronics Show 2022). This year’s edition of the event will start on January 5th, hosting some of the biggest technology companies in the world. It will also welcome smaller, but equally promising business organizations. What’s also important is that the CES 2022 will be the first in-person edition of the fairs in two years. Some companies, however, due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, have chosen to participate online.
We have so many languages in our voice translators. Over 70 as a matter of fact. It means that using Vasco devices allows you to understand or be understood by about 90% of the world population. From English, German and French to languages you’ve probably never heard of, like Basque language or Malayalam, Vasco language translators are designed to provide complete multilingual experience in all of them. Whether you want to use them all and speak like a local anywhere in the world or just start memorizing vocabulary with the Vasco language learning app, it’s always worth knowing something more about what we offer. In this story, we will focus on the Basque language. So grab your favourite cup with a warm beverage, sit comfortably and learn some interesting facts about one of the most interesting languages in the world.
We are proud to announce that Vasco Electronics was honored with the New York Product Design Awards statuette. Vasco Translator M3 won in the “Communication Technology” category, proving once again that this device is both functional and aesthetically pleasing. This is, however, not the only accolade for the best voice translation out there — earlier this year, Vasco Translator M3 won the Red Dot Design Award, which is widely recognized as the “Oscar of the design.” But that’s a digression — let’s get back to the New York Product Design Awards.
Not so long ago we published an article about our presence at GITEX — an international fair focusing on bringing together the creators of new technologies and business professionals. Now that the event is over and the organizers are looking at the 2022 iteration of the fairs, it’s time to share our experiences after the event, see how the participants reacted to our cutting-edge translation devices and examine some new opportunities.
The summer is already gone, but it’s going to get even warmer in mid-October anyway. Why? GITEX, an annual trade show focused on electronics and modern technology, will commence on October 17 at Dubai World Trade Center in the United Arab Emirates, hosting a great deal of innovative companies in addition to celebrating many technological breakthroughs. We are set to visit the fair in order to present our flagship and cutting-edge electronic translators — with the latest Vasco Translator M3 included. The trade show will last up until October 21.
Have you ever wondered how many languages are spoken in the world? If you had to guess, you might say…100? 200? This would be most people’s estimate. In fact, when people are asked to list how many language there are to their knowledge, the average is only around 10. That’s because most people are psychologically predisposed to be aware of only the most commonly used or learned languages around them. And the number of written languages of the world is yet another question altogether.
How many people speak more than one language? That’s a curious question asked by many people, with no clear answer. Since there is no world census, one can only guess. What is the term for the use of more than one language, you may ask? Most people refer to this as bilingualism for the ability to speak two languages, or multilingualism for the skill to speak 3 or more languages.
Would you like to speak many languages, but find that learning them is difficult? Don’t worry, you’re not the only one! You may want to learn one of the hardest languages in the world, or who knows, you may already be able to speak one of them! What are the hardest languages to learn? Let’s find out!
One of the most prestigious awards in the field of industrial design – the Red Dot Design Award has just been awarded to us. The innovative pocket translator Vasco Translator M3 was honored in the “Product Design 2021” category. The award is a great honor for us, which means that our product proves itself to not only be highly functional, but also stylish and modern by top-class design.
From Little Italy to Chinatown. From Little Poland to Koreatown. The Big Apple is a true melting pot and you can make a trip around the world without leaving its confines. But remember to take Vasco Translator M3 with you so you don’t miss anything. Now available at the b8ta shop in Hudson Yards!
2021 has started positively for us at Vasco Electronics.
Our new, long-awaited device: Vasco Translator M3 which had its premiere at the end of 2020, turned out to be the bull’s eye. Vasco Translator M3 is appreciated not only by our team (we really have put a lot of work into it, to create the best possible voice translators on the market) and our direct customers, but also by the chain called B8ta, which is a concept of showrooms and stores presenting various technological innovations across the USA.
Many have long awaited this device. From now on, fluent conversations with literally anyone in the world will no longer be impossible. Make new friends and keep in touch with your acquaintances or business partners without any obstacles or misunderstandings. With Vasco Translator M3, both the extraordinary and everyday moments of your life will become easier.
The MultiTalk App is the first app for multilingual group conversations. Use it to communicate in 105 languages with up to 100 people. It gives you native-like pronunciation and 96% translation accuracy. MultiTalk is the perfect solution for international business conferences.
Beginning of 2020 has been truly successful for Vasco. We participated in one of our best trade shows in Las Vegas and while getting ready for another important event, Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, we were notified we’re shortlisted for the GLOMO Award (Best Connected Consumer Device category) and WE WON IT!
Global Sources Mobile Electronics Show Hong Kong 2019 was a special event for Vasco Electronics. Once again we enjoyed a fantastic welcome and our booth was crowded with visitors interested in our products. Not only did the show prove a business success, but also gave us a reason to be proud of. Our electronic translators solve real problems experienced by our customers.
Vasco Electronics is not slowing down. Following last week’s IFA Berlin trade show, this time the electronic translator manufacturer is set to visit Hong Kong to present its products at Global Sources Mobile Electronics show from 18th to 21th October.
IFA 2019- the largest consumer electronics trade fair in Europe- kicks-off on September 6th 2019 in Berlin. The fair is a must for anybody interested in modern technologies and their increased application in our daily lives. Vasco Electronics could not miss the opportunity to take part in the event.
True story. Ukraine. I’m trying to decipher the hieroglyphics in a local restaurant’s menu. I’ve learnt the cyrillic script right before my journey but it takes such amount of time to read it that my friends give up on me. One of them starts to wave his arms showing the waitress he wants a chicken. Then, he shows his leg precising he wants a chicken leg. She understands. I am embarrassed. How easier would it have been if I had Vasco Translator with me. I would have just scanned the text quickly and got everything translated into English. Maybe a little less fun though…
I’ve been recently looking for a good, electronic translator to buy. Why? Well… I’ve been learning some foreign languages, but the results are mediocre. And I need to because I travel a lot. Both for fun and for business. Even though most of my business partners speak English, we do have situations in which we simply cannot get across. If you’ve ever tried to speak to a Chinese – you’ll know what I mean.