Portable televisions are becoming more common since the devices are capable of picking up broadcasts from around the world on both digital and analogue wavelengths. Many of these portable televisions have several power sources from standard AA, lithium and car batteries. Many can be plugged directly into a residential power socket.
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BP4 Digital Battery Operated TV
Marketed as an "emergency television," the BP4 received a five-star rating from Batterysavers.com. The portable television kit is capable of being run from a household plug at 120-volts or from replaceable batteries. There is also an extension that allows the television to run from a car battery. As well as being a portable television, the BP4 has an inbuilt radio, siren and lantern ideal for emergency situations.
The Tivax portable widescreen television features an advanced digital tuner for the best video quality available. The 7-inch LCD screen is lightweight and has built-in audio speakers. The Tivax has a simple interface and can be used as a monitor for DVD players and gaming consoles. The television requires regular AA batteries or can hold a 1.5-hour charge in its Li-ian batteries.
LCD Digital ATSC
This 8.4-inch lcd digital television features a Panasonic screen within Phillips tuner to provide the best quality picture possible. The television is capable of scanning national and local broadcasts using a built-in antenna, a digital ATSC tuner or NTSC tuner. The television is capable of running directly from batteries or may be plugged into a power socket or car.
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