Ghanaian man, Danny Manu creates a wireless earbuds that translates 40 languages

As the tech world keeps churning out lots of innovation every now and then, accessories too are not left out. Earbuds have gone wireless, leaving users with updated versions. Danny Manu, a Ghanaian who is based in Britain has also brought his innovations to the world of tech by developing a wireless earbud that has the capability of translating 40 languages automatically.

He developed this product called ‘Click’ which has live voice translation of 40 languages. This new development is a first of its kind and some have called it ‘the world’s first truly wireless earphones.’ The 33-year-old Manu’s invention has drawn a lot of customers to his brand from across Europe, Asia and the U.S.

The device, just like most wireless earbuds that can play music, make calls, the click device has what it takes to detect any word of any language spoken and then translate it immediately. All that is needed is the wireless Bluetooth headset to be paired to a smartphone.

Like many entrepreneurs, Manu had some difficulty getting funds for his business. He was able to use his personal savings and funds from crowdfunding sites. From Crowdfunding sites alone, he was able to generate over $5,000,000.
In his words, ‘Focus on your success and believe in yourself. If you surround yourself with your accomplishments and don’t stop believing in your dreams, you’ll have a real chance.’

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