Here’s a round up of new tech released in Thailand this week – 26 Nov

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Essential party gear

Sony’s GTKXB90 can bring true energy to your party with Extra Bass beats and party lights. Incredible Infinity Mirror lighting takes visual effects to the next level, and a rechargeable battery lets you hold parties anywhere for up to 16 hours. It can handle an LDAC high-resolution Bluetooth connection. The suggested retail price is Bt11,990.

Mate 10’s a marvel

The Huawei Mate 10 Pro features Huawei’s Kirin 970 octacore processor and AI technology and a Leica dual-camera system. The AI helps the main camera easily achieve real-time recognition of scenes and bokeh effects. The six-inch 18:9 OLED display has 2,160×1080 pixels. You get 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage. Expect to pay Bt27,900.

Never a dull moment

The Marshall Monitor Bluetooth combines Hi-FI prowess and Bluetooth aptX technology to give you 30-plus hours of exceptional audio quality on a single charge. The Monitor Bluetooth’s ergonomic overear construction delivers superior noise isolation without the bulk, staying light on your ears through hours of listening. It retails for Bt8,990.

Go “Beyond Max’

The Beyond Max is a smartphone from Thai firm PTE Intergroup with a dual-camera system for the rear camera, eight and two megapixels. The 5.2-inch IPS display has a resolution of 1,280×720 pixels. You have 2GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage, the gadget running on Android 7.0. With a 2,400mAh battery, it’s selling for Bt3,790.

Keep up with the Beats

The Beats Studio3 Wireless maintains the sleek design of its forerunners but also offers redesigned acoustic components and an upgraded manufacturing process for premium ergonomic comfort and optimal noise isolation. The integrated Apple W1 chip provides the easiest onestep Bluetooth connection to an iPhone via proximity pairing. It’s in stores for Bt12,500.

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