Summary: We bought this TV because I am hearing impaired and must depend on the TV when tornado season is in full swing. I can't hear a radio and the satellite service loses the signal every time a cloud has a hiccup. We wanted something with a battery & that could pick up local channels with an antenna.
Summary: As stated above this TV had a beautiful picture and to my surprise with the little antenna supplied got 11 different programs, and e4ven got about 4 or 5 programs in spanish, witch was perfect because my wife is spanish, this got more spanish channels than my cable co.
Summary: I bought this TV for emergency weather conditions. After testing it for a few days i am putting it in my hurricane closet.(I live in Florida). The battery is good for nearly 2 hours and i can also run the TV from an auxiliary battery or a generator. The picture is very good.
Summary: I bought this TV in preparation for power outages in the hurricane season. I keep it in my bedroom and it is perfect for my granddaughter to watch while I watch the larger TV. Depending on which area of my house I use it it in, I get between 17 and 23 channels when using the antenna that came with...
Summary: I bought this small TV to use on a houseboat which would have cable while at the boat slip but would required over-air TV otherwise. It worked as expected, although switching between cable and antenna is a bit cumbersome. Audio is a bit tinny but OK. It is a good value for the money.
Summary: Pro's: Runs off 12V and has a battery that lasts about 3 hours. Great for use on a boat or camper. Con's USB port is useless. It tries to play videos off Flash drive but doesn't have enough CPU to do the job. it has difficulty even displaying JPG's.
Summary: I would highly recommend this device if you're looking for a battery operated TV for use when the power goes out and the storm is moving in. My only complaint is that it doesn't use alkaline batteries. With a full charge, it lasts less than 3 hours.