The new Panasonic Wireless Speaker model SC-NP10 is now available for pre-order, the new tablet-ready device is set to ship in April.
Panasonic confirmed the final pricing and release date of the SC-NP10 Wireless Speaker. The new system is designed to offer “an optimal surround sound system for tablet viewing and listening” while offering a few other key-features for customers. Consumers can pair the device with any Bluetooth-enabled tablet device, even better, the Panasonic SC-NP10 allows users to prop their tablet, rather than dock directly to the device, then wirelessly stream music or movie sound. This is important because the system is not a “docking station” making it compatible with various tablet models and sizes and won’t be useless when you upgrade or move to a new model. The whole system only weighs 3.5 lbs and has an MSRP of $199.
According to Panasonic the SC-NP10 “utilizes Near Field Stereo Sound to produce realistic sound even from a nearby distance”. The SC-NP10 Wireless Speaker also offers users 2.1-channel Surround Sound to produce sound “with life-like realism that offers crisp, clear playback for movie sound”. The device also packs a 3-1/8 inch integrated subwoofer.
The Panasonic SC-NP10 is now available at electronics retailers nationwide and www.Panasonic.com for an SRP of $199.99 and will start shipping in April.
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