Vasco Translator V4 is the winner of the 2023 edition of our ranking. It’s also the most advanced device currently on the market. Similarly to Vasco Translator M3, it includes a variety of cutting-edge features (voice, photo, and group chat translation), but it also gives users something beyond the translation capabilities. Vasco Translator V4 is resistant to shocks, dust, and splashes of water and has an ergonomic 5-inch screen. The language list of this universal translator is also significantly bigger. Free lifetime Internet for translations is available too.
Vasco Translator M3 is one of the best electronic translator devices currently available on the market. It has many useful and groundbreaking features such as a smart photo translator, phone call translator, group, and meeting translator and even an educational app for learning foreign languages. It also comes with free lifetime unlimited Internet for translations in nearly 200 countries.
The champion in terms of technical vocabulary retained its position from last year's ranking. Although it is not quite as pocket-sized and ergonomic as the #1 and #2 devices, it works well in about half of the world’s countries. It is very fast and comes with internet access limited to 2 years (renewable).
Pocketalks S is a helpful translation device that may be just enough for the majority of travelers. The device includes over 70 languages and a SIM card that's good for 2 years of translations in most countries, after which it needs a renewal. It's one of only a few devices in this ranking with the feature of a photo translator. A handy shape coupled with a small size is a major advantage of this device.
Slightly bigger than its #4 equivalent - although lacking a photo translator. Other than that, those are very similar devices. To summarize: a pretty dependable device with a choice of 70 languages and 2 years of internet.
Little information is given on this device on its manufacturer's official website. Included with the Travis Touch Go is a month of internet connectivity and the device works in about half of the world's countries. The translation speed and quality are good, while the handy size in a neat case is the device's extra advantage.
There is not much information on the manufacturer's website. Translation quality and speed are good enough, and a handy size in a nicely done case are its advantages. One month of Internet access is included, and the device works in about half the countries in the world.
An Impressive number of languages covered (the count comes to 104), apparently made for Asian users judging by the available menu languages and languages with pronunciation. On the plus side, it's one of only two devices on this list with a translation-sharing option.