Post reporter Alkira Reinfrank (left) navigates Shenzhen using a Transay translation device to communicate, buy, and order food. Photo: Nora Tam

Real-time wearable translators put to the test in China – how did they do?

We take the ili from Japan and Hong Kong’s Transay to the border city of Shenzhen to put them through their paces, catching a cab, ordering food, finding an art installation and other travel-related tasks

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Post reporter Alkira Reinfrank (left) navigates Shenzhen using a Transay translation device to communicate, buy, and order food. Photo: Nora Tam
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