the mymanu clik wireless earphones are a pair of miniature buds capable both of delivering high quality audio content, and offering real-time language translation functionality. the compact little headphones are powered by APTX technology to provide the wearer with high definition sound — whatever language they’re speaking.
the compact little buds are powered by APTX technology to provide the wearer with high definition sound
the mymanu clik earphones are controlled by means of touch sensors embedded into the body of the device that allow the user to interact by swiping, tapping or touching the buds. doing so opens up access to a range of fully customizable, contextually specific controls. apps, music and notifications can all be controlled from the tip of your finger.
the buds are controlled by means of touch sensors embedded into the body of the device
taking this concept one step further, the clik earphones will even read your messages out to you. texts, calls and app notifications can all be vocalized by the buds, making checking your phone a thing of the past. this function pairs up with a homogenous LED light that can be programmed to activate under certain conditions, like when a call or message comes through.
the cliks can even read message and notifications out to you
probably the most interesting aspect of the devices however is their ability to wirelessly translate languages in real time, something which mymanu claims is a first for completely wireless earphones. conversing with someone in a different language will see the buds listen, translate and deliver the audio directly into your ear. the clik earphones are wirelessly charged, and come along with a charging case that can also be used to power your smartphone.
the devices are allegedly the first truly wireless earphones to provide real time translation services
the headphones are wireless charged, and come along with a charging case that can also be used to power your phone