The instant-translator wearable called “ili” was announced at CES 2016

The annual Consumer Electronic Show (CES) took place last week in Las Vegas and is a tradition by now for the electronic big brands to unveil their latest gadgets and products. CES is the place where some of the most interesting and innovative products come to light, like this one announced by the Tokyo-based startup, Logbar.

The creator of Ring wearable device, Logbar company unveiled another innovative product called “ili” at CES 2016. It is a high-tech translator necklace people can actually wear and is capable of automatically translating between Japanese, English and Chinese.

This instant-translator wearable will work while offline, without an Internet connection, said a Logbar speaker person, thanks to a built-in engine for speech recognition. There are no official details about a possible launch for the product, but it’s pretty cool to know you can wear a portable translator in the form of a necklace. Technology doesn’t stop to amaze us every day.

Read more info on “ili” translator on Business Insider.

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