iTravl Translates Nine Languages With Speech Recognition, Guides You Through 50 Major Cities

NEWS-8720-47ddfe6904ae986208bbc1756e5f5ea6.jpgWhile some people would say that the iTravl is what I use to write my posts*, I don't really know how well it translates between English and the eight languages it supports using its look-Ma-no-hands speech recognition system. Just for its cheesy, retro sci-fi look, however, I wouldn't care if it translated my "Hello, where can I have a pizza, please?" to "Take your pants down and take me to your leader!" when I visit Moscow. Jump for more details and see my nipples explode with delight!In addition to translating your gringo babbling into Chinese, French, German, Italian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish out loud (and vice versa), the Ectato's iTravl includes Fodor's guides for 50 cities around the world and audio guides to the most important museums.

According to the company, the $499 iTravl recognizes 63,000 phrases and includes 1,600,000 words and even slang terms, like "twant" and "clunt." Or something like that. [Product page via Pocket Lint]

* In fact, I use John Cleese's original spanish-hungarian-english dictionary:

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