Documents don't need to get lost in translation any longer. Xerox just introduced a machine-based service that automatically translates text into another language as it's copying.
The machine translation is part of Xerox's cloud-based Easy Translator Service, and it's as easy as scanning the document into one of the company's ConnectKey-enabled multifunction printers. If you don't have access to one, you can upload documents to the mobile app.
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Xerox's service lists 44 supported languages, including country-specific dialects, and works for more than 20 document formats.
After a complimentary 30 pages during a month-long trial, subscription levels start at $10 for 10 pages, Engadget reported. A bulk package of $5,000 for 100,000 pages will be available next month, a rep for Xerox told me.
Here's a video showing the machine-translation process, terrible French accent and all: