Panasonic's D-snap now even more cluttered with Bluetooth

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Panasonic's D-snap now even more cluttered with Bluetooth

If you look closely at the Panasonic SV-SD950N's jumble of controls (go ahead, look, we know it hurts) you'll notice a few new icons: a telephone and Bluetooth. No, they haven't turned their latest D-snap Audio player into a Bluetooth enabled phone. However, they have enabled the A2DP, AVRCP, and HFP Bluetooth profiles allowing their DAP to pair and control your Bluetooth-equipped stereo headset, phone, and handsfree rig in your car or office. Otherwise, we're looking at the same ol' D-snap only with far less juice with Bluetooth enabled. After all, it's Bluetooth 2.0, not 2.1. Hitting Japan on September 21 for ¥25,000 (about $219) with 1GB SD card.
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