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Pocket sized voice translator Vasco Translator M3 now available at b8ta

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.

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Global Sources Mobile Electronics Show 18 – 21 April 2019

It is the world’s largest electronics trade fair that takes place twice a year in Hong Kong. The event is very popular among visitors from around the world. The previous edition was visited by over 30,000 people from over 130 countries. The fair brings together 3,600 exhibitors with mobile devices, electronics, accessories and gadgets that are based on the latest technologies and trends. Read More

Why buy the Vasco Translator?

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…

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Looking for a translator

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.

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