Panasonic has launched a new stereo system designed to be used with Apple’s iPhone and iPod Touch, the Panasonic D-Dock SC-H40.
The Panasonic D-Dock SC-H40 features a slim design, measuring just 69mm thick at it thinnest part, and it features integrated speakers and a digital amplifier, plus a built in CD player.
There is also an AM/FM tuner, plus an SD/SDHC/SDXC memory card slot, and a sliding door that you can hide your iPhone or iPod Touch behind. It comes with a remote which lets you control everything on the stereo.
It also comes with Bluetooth 2.1+EDR so your iPhone or iPod Touch doesn’t need to be docked with the Panasonic D-Dock SC-H40 for you to play your favourite tunes.
It also has a feature that lets you record from the AM/FM radio and transfer music from CDs to the memory cards in the SD card slot. The Panasonic D-Dock SC-H40 will go on sale in Japan in March for around $420.
There are no details as yet on when we are likely to see the Panasonic D-Dock SC-H40 in the US or Europe.
via Crunch GearFiled Under: Gadgets News, Technology News