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Portable DVD Players

Portable DVD players are ideal for long car journeys, when you're stuck at the airport and even for leisure. They are small, convenient and most of all, able to play any DVD, letting you watch your favourite movies on the go. Popular portable DVD player brands include Sony, Philips, Bush, Logik and Panasonic. Portable DVD players are usually sold by their screen size, which ranges from 7” to 10.2”.

Some devices can play DVDs, CDs and memory cards, letting you watch movies and shows or listen to music.

Portable DVD players also have different screen resolutions which can range from 480p all the way up to 4K. The standard resolution for a portable DVD player is between 720p and 1080p. The screens on these devices use a flip mechanism to make them more compact. Some screens can be turned or rotated 180 degrees to accommodate a range of viewing positions.

Portable DVD players are also available in a huge range of colours, from black to white and silver. Screens are usually made out of glass or plastic and the casing is very durable, this is to protect the screen when the DVD player when on the move.

Connections on a portable DVD player include AUX, HDMI, headphone out, AV in and out and, in some instances, even a USB. This ensures that you'll be able to connect other devices to output your display onto other screens. It is also possible to get DVD players that come with two audio jacks to accommodate multiple users, perfect for families.

Portable DVD players are usually charged via a power pack which connects to a plug or power source. The battery life for the portable DVD player depends on the brand, the model and the power output of the device. Some devices come with a remote control to let you control the portable DVD player from a distance.

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