Lenovo intelligent mouse launched with voice input and language translation

Innovative Chinese technology giant Lenovo has announced a new product, which in fact is an intelligent mouse with voice control. The smart mouse supports voice input, real-time translation, and voice control. Mouse worth 299 yuan (43 dollar).
Lenovo's smart mouse uses speech recognition technology from Chinese startup Keda Xunfei. This feature can help you achieve voice input, English translation, voice control and other functions. Voice input supports Chinese (Mandarin, Sichuan dialect, Henan dialect, Cantonese dialect) and English. For translation, the device supports English translation from Chinese into English, French, Japanese, German, and other 26 languages.
It is said that the intelligent mouse also has the function of automatically retrieving the latest hot words of the network and the corresponding events through the Al cloud service platform, as well as constantly updating the thesaurus. The device also uses deep learning during use to continually improve recognition accuracy, scope and control functions.
This mouse uses blue light positioning technology, which has a better tracking and positioning effect than traditional photoelectric and laser technology. It can be used on wood, glass, cloth and other surfaces and supports 600 / 1200 / 2400 / 4000 with 4 DPI adjustment.
The size of the mouse is 110x61x32mm. The outer casing is made of ABS material with a metallic texture and skin-friendly coating. It has a warm touch and a metal roller.

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