Panasonic launches World’s First Bluetooth Telephone

Sep 11, 2009

On Thursday Panasonic announced the industry’s first Bluetooth enabled landline telephone. The Panasonic KX-TG9382T features unique “Cellular Phonebook Transfer”, which will enable users to transfer their cell phone contacts to its built-in directory via Bluetooth. So, it will be easier than ever to keep your contacts at your fingertips.

Panasonic Bluetooth Telephone

To transfer a cell phone address book of up to 600 entries, users need to select the Phonebook Transfer option from the Panasonic KX-TG9382T’s menu screen, and then follow the instructions for phonebook transfer onto a Bluetooth-enabled cell phone. The Panasonic KX-TG9382T’s menu screen displays each entry as it quickly and automatically transfers each phonebook entry in alphabetical order. Moreover, Panasonic KX-TG9382T is compatible with all Bluetooth-enabled headsets. It means users will be able to continue their conversation by using any Bluetooth-enabled headset.

Panasonic KX-TG9382T is a two-line phone, designed for home-based businesses as well as residential consumers. It offers DECT 6.0 performance and is Energy Star certified. Other features of Panasonic KX-TG9382T includes a 40-mintue digital answering machine, three-line conferencing capability, Silent Mode, and a keypad and speakerphone on the base unit and handsets.

KX-TG9382T (base unit bundled with two cordless handsets) comes with a suggested retail price of US$229.95, while another model, KX-TG9381T (base unit and one cordless handset) is available at US$169.95.

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