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RTB Technology Company Limited, Thailand’s quality and innovative headphones leader, opens market battle penetrating target group requiring headphones durable to every working condition or heavy-duty users including architecture, engineer, police officer, soldier and explorer, introducing the tough “Jabra Steel,” the latest model outstanding with durability, exclusively designed and developed in accordance with IP54 Standard, resistant to dust water and shock.  The headphones body is made from Polycarbonate, covered with silicone rubber and ABS plastic to ensure durability.  Flexibility and light weight make all-day comfortable in-ear wearing and ear hook to secure fit.              
Moreover the Jabra Steel comes with Noise Blackout system operating with 2 microphones in all conditions. So you will not miss any conversation while continuing your works.  Buttons are designed to be pushed conveniently even wearing gloves. Voice command is equipped.  Say “Answer” to pick up the call or say “Ignore” to reject.  Incoming call is notified by voice.  The headphones support Application Jabra Assist to enhance efficiency with more features such as battery status and instructions. Search the forgotten headphones via Bluetooth on Google map by locating latest positioning.  Command via Bluetooth to send beep when the headphones cannot be found.  A variety of setups is also available.  Last but not least, the headphones offer 5-year warranty to assure toughness and durability.
Interested customers may experience the tough “Jabra Steel” today at 3,590 Baht.  Purchase from Jay Mart, iStudio, Power Buy, Power Mall, King Power, and  For more information, visit



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By David Swartzentruber      

It is commonplace in journalism to write two types of articles at the transition point between the year that has passed and the New Year. As this writer qualifies as an “old hand” in observing Thailand with a track record dating back 14 years, it is time take a shot at what may unfold in Thailand in 2011.

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