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Logitech and Baidu Brain introduce mouse ‘with voice and AI’

by Pieter Werner

Logitech announced a partnership with Baidu Brain, beginning with the launch of its new Logitech Voice M380 Wireless Mouse with Speech Input in China. The Logitech Voice M380 Wireless Mouse is powered by intelligent Speech & Machine Translation technologies from Baidu Brain.

Compatible with both Windows and Mac computers, the Logitech Voice M380 Wireless Mouse features a voice button that allows people to dictate text using speech recognition technology. It offers translation capability to English, Japanese, Korean, French, Spanish and Thai. The Logitech Voice M380 Wireless Mouse offers cursor control, a comfortable rubber grip and up to 18-months battery life. The Logitech Voice M380 Wireless Mouse with Baidu Speech Input will be available exclusively in China beginning in April 2021.


“We saw an opportunity to leverage the power of Baidu AI to bring fast, accurate speech recognition to our customers and the result is pure magic—a mouse that allows you to instantly start dictating with your voice at the click of a button,” said Delphine Donne-Crock, general manager of the creativity and productivity business group at Logitech. “We are thrilled to tap into Baidu’s AI superpower for the launch of Logitech Voice M380, and we look forward to collaborating on future products and solutions that unleash everyone’s productivity and creativity in the digital world.”

“Baidu Brain is an AI foundation with full stack AI technologies. It comes from years of Baidu AI development and deployment and serves not only Baidu innovations, but also the entire industry as an open platform,” said Tian Wu, Baidu Corporate Vice President. “We believe Baidu Brain will help Logitech strengthen the leadership in peripherals, change people’s lifestyle and way of working, improve efficiency and enable smooth communication for people with language barriers.”

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