Portable DVD players – yes, they’re still appearing. In fact, Toshiba has three new models on offer – the SDP71, DP91, SDP120DT – each with support for DVD, DVD-R/-RW, CD and CD-R/RW, DivX playback, JPEG picture viewing and MP3/WMA compatibility.
The SDP71 features a 7-inch LCD widescreen, a 480×234 resolution, a contrast ratio of 300:1, brightness of 250 cd/m² and a battery life of up to three hours. The SDP91 has a 9-inch, 180-degree swivel screen (like a tablet PC), 640×200 resolution, a 350:1 contrast ratio, 200cd/m² brightness and a five hour battery life.
Finally, the SDP120DT has an 11.8-inch screen with a picture resolution of 793 x 493. It also offers an integrated digital tuner, enhanced image detail and colour via the IPS projection system, four-in-one card reader and assorted connectivity, including HDMI and Component Video.
All available from April, prices to be confirmed.
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