Nowhere am I stating this device has it, the statements are in regards to Bluetooth capabilities. I really am also pointing out the deficiencies of typical Bluetooth solutions with low quality on-board DACs in SoC's (PoS's), that are widely used, giving Bluetooth the undeserved bad rap. This product is not in that schnickschnack category.
Bluetooth is a simply a useful protocol, and yes it can make use of 802.11 (bandwidth) for high data transfer as well, it crosses over, albeit at a power cost. So what are you really asking here, or just Bluetooth bashing for what reason? I am also a weenie marketing person too... guess it needs re-branding from all the dumping I see here... might as well be named BlueButt for some thinkers... so much for naming it after a King...
Next folks will say CCA, yes it is WiFi streaming, but not fidelity with an AK4430 THD -91dB, and using a DRV632 op-amp SNR 90dB. A cheap little doll hockey puck that makes some decent sound. Oh, but it's WiFi 802.11;) lol it takes more than that, every component in the chain... The confluence is coming in wireless streaming, merging quality and convenience and not in a closed format as some are, not buying. We have the hardware available to stream DSD, if we wish... Google can make a better grab at this market than what they did, or someone else will.
Hell,, somebody take a Snapdragon 835 and put it in a receiving Bluetooth/WiFi DAC unit, jobs been done pretty much for you... have a unit using the SoC itself, and an upgraded one with a nice off-board DAC, Rubycon thin-film caps and some nice MUSES03's and I'm in:)