Ultra low less than 1 amp 9 watt consumption for minimal battery drain (This figure is taken from the energy performance certificate enclosed in the box, the type you see on all new electrical appliances these days), you will not a find a more energy efficient TV of this size for 12 volt use. This ultra slim TV provides crisp sharp images and vibrant colours to ensure fantastic picture quality. With the DVD player already built in the HDMI input can be used soley for the purpose of a HD games console such as the PS3 or XBOX. The USB record function gives you the ability to record and pause live digital TV, and also to play some Video Media files, MP3s or show your photos, you will need to purchase a separate memory stick to do this. Furthermore the PC input can be used to connect a desktop PC or Laptop via VGA, making this an ideal monitor too.
16″ Full HD LED 12-volt TV with Freeview T2 capabilities.
Comes with a 12-volt power adapter, ideal for use outside the home. For example, caravans, boats, motor homes and HGV’s.
Built-in DVD player, with a single remote control provided to operate the DVD features as well as regular TV functions. This allows you to maximise on entertainment while minimising on space (DVD located on the right side of product).
Built-in Freeview T2 HD channels, which allows you to watch and enjoy digital content including HD channels.
The USB input allows you to connect devices such as personal hard drives, mobile phones and similar products to your TV.
Utilising the USB with an external storage device attached will allow you to record and even pause live television for later viewing.
The HDMI input allows you to connect external devices such as gaming consoles (PS4 and Xbox One) and with the product’s 1080p resolution you’ll be gaming in style.
The TV is also wall mountable (VESA: 75mm x 75mm, bracket not included).
The product comes with 2 AAA batteries, a quick start guide and a 12-volt adapter to get you set up quickly and easily.
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