[CES 2008] Aigo, the leading brand for Mp3 players, PMP and portable storage devices in China, launched this unique gadget in December for the Chinese market. Looking for distributors in the US, they are exhibiting their Aigopen at CES.
By pointing the pen to an image, users can listen to the story related to this image, either in Chinese or in English. To switch from one language to the other is easy: you just need to push a button.
The pen comes with earbuds and books that have been specifically printed to support this technology.
The Forbidden City and some Museums in China have already ordered the pen, Aigo is hoping that book publishers and cultural organizations in the US would like to do the same. If you are a potential client, feel free to email us, we will forward to the Business Development Managers at Aigo.
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