Office Archive

Review of the Langogo Minutes Multilanguage Instant Two-Way Voice Translator Device

If you frequently travel abroad for business or pleasure, you’ve probably found yourself in need of a good translator. And with the growth of international trade, you’re liable to be in this situation with increasing frequency. But an actual human translator costs money. A lot of money. And they can’t follow you around 24/7. At some point, they’re going to need to sleep, or eat, …

In-Depth Review of the eMeet M2 Bluetooth Speakerphone

With more companies relying on cell phones for everyday communication, there are few reasons to use an office landline. One of these applications is for conference calls. Your company cell phone is all well and good, but do you really want it sitting on a conference table? At the minimum, this is inefficient, since most smartphones aren’t designed for conference use. At the worst, it …

Ambir TravelScan Pro 300 Handheld Wand Scanner Review

Photocopying is a surprisingly old technology. An inventor named Chester Carlson patented the first machine in 1938. And shockingly, it took him over 2 years to find a buyer. No-one could see the value! After working with several investors, Carlson perfected the technology, and released the first Xerox machine in 1949. So when was the first scanner invented? Surely well after the photocopier, right? 1970? …

Reviews of the Best Bluetooth-Enabled Cordless Phones

The rise of the smartphone over the last decade has left many households in a predicament with their home phone line. Since most cordless phones are designed to stay in or around your home where they’re restricted to landline use, you may be quite limited on how you receive or make calls. However, several cordless phones are now available that integrate a whole new realm …

Langogo Genesis Pocket AI Translator Review & Analysis

For most of us who grew up in the United States, the world is rapidly changing. With increased globalization and immigration, it’s becoming more and more frequent to encounter people who speak a different language. Of course, for our European friends, this has been true since before written history. And if you’re an American traveling to Europe, you’re going to get a taste of that …