Summary: We haven't tried it out yet as it's a gift for grandchildren. Will know more as we use it for travel purposes as we travel to Michigan from Topeka on the train. However, it does charge - that much we know.
Summary: This player has been a decent one for my young son. However, after 2 years the screen began to go green and required a shake or two to get it back to normal. Finally, though, it just went dead. One thing I liked about it though was its multi-region capability. The manual won't mention this because the greedy scum in Hollywood don't allow their films to be seen overseas nor do they allow foreign versions of the movies to play on US players.
Summary: If you have a lot of commercially purchased DVDs that you want to play to undiscerning viewers, small children for example on a long car journey then this device is perhaps worthy of consideration. It's small 24 x 18cm x 4cm but weighs nearly a 1kg!. (Its about the same size as an ipad except double the depth.
Summary: I have been looking for a replacement for my old Logik player for some time, having read the reviews I ordered one. For me it was a big dissapointment, mainly because despite the review comments i found the screen resolution far inferior to my old player, very grainy and with a lot of lag. the characters in some of the setup menus are very fuzzy. Worst of all the massive red and green lights on the front of the thing are really annoying when watching in subdued lighting.