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Netherlands-based startup Travis is out to make people understood no matter what language they speak.Travis was at the Consumer Electronics Show here late Tuesday with a small device capable of translating conversations between people speaking different languages in real time.More than 80,000 Travis translation devices priced at $199 were preordered, and most have been delivered, according to Selander.Google late last year hit the market with Pixel ear buds capable of real-time translation of conversations in 40 languages.
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