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RBT Technology Company Limited brings new technology for music listening experience, introducing “Jabra SOLEMATE” and “Jabra SOLEMATE Mini,” the ultimate portable speakers coming with audio power featuring Dolby? Digital Plus, coupled with 3 front speakers to perfect sound quality and enrich your music listening. A microphone is embedded in the speakers so you will not miss any communication.  Enjoy easy and fast connect through NFC, only touching to pair device to entertain music every time and place.  Support connection with every Smartphone via wireless Bluetooth or 3.5 mm a/v, eliminate surrounding noise during phone conversation, working well with chat program including Skype, Google Talk and Video Chat, receiving signal up to 10 meter range.


Besides the “Jabra SOLEMATE” can adjust to sound level as preferred and check speaker battery status from the button located on top. The body is made from hard plastic coated with tough silicone for durability and shock protection, coming with dust and steam free cloth case.  Operate up to 8 hours and 40 days standby with rechargeable built-in Lithium Ion battery.  Light, handy and portable with 610 gram weight, 172 x 64 x 70 mm size.  The “Jabra SOLEMATE Mini” is even lighter and smaller but still delivers great sound quality and easy portability.


The “Jabra SOLEMATE” is available today for 4,990 Baht in 6 color selection including white, black, grey, light blue, yellow and red and the “Jabra SOLEMATE Mini” for 2,990 Baht.  Interested customers may purchase today at Jaymart, iStudio, .Life, PowerMall, PowerBuy, TG fone and leading stores countrywide. For more information, visit                 



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