Aiptek 7″ Portable TV/ Freeview Digital TV w/ 3hr Battery, Photo/MP3 music/Video Player

August 7, 2013 - Comment

Aiptek is a Taiwan-based manufacturer dedicated to the development of portable consumer electronics since 1997. The Aiptek Picasso 7″ digital TV is another fine example of their efforts to integrate several latest technologies into one small portable unit, like the DVB-T (Freeview) digital TV, Media Player (MP3 music player, MP4 video player, and Photo player

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Aiptek is a Taiwan-based manufacturer dedicated to the development of portable consumer electronics since 1997. The Aiptek Picasso 7″ digital TV is another fine example of their efforts to integrate several latest technologies into one small portable unit, like the DVB-T (Freeview) digital TV, Media Player (MP3 music player, MP4 video player, and Photo player / Digital Photoframe), rechargeable lithium battery, and SD card slot.

Allcam has 10 years experience and expertise in portable electronics, we understand your in-car entertainment needs. Be it a lorry driver having a lunch break on the road, or restive children fighting on a long car journey, this Aiptek 7″ portable TV with media player is ideal. Enjoy the digital TV channels in car while the Freeview signal is decent, otherwise you can switch to the media player mode to play MP3 music, or family pictures / videos, or Xvid movies that you have pre-downloaded into a SD card. Got two kids? we can supply a headphone jack splitter for £1 and 2 sets of premium quality Radiopaq noise-cancelling ear-buds for £10, or a FM transmitter for £5 so everybody in the car can enjoy the sound via your car stereo. If the 3hr battery is not long enough for your journey, we can also supply a 12V car adapter for a fiver.

You can even use the Aiptek Picasso 7″ portable TV as a Freeview box. The telescopic aerial is detachable so you can plug in the main house aerial. Maybe you still got a old television in one of the bedrooms, then you can bring it back to life with digital TV channels with this Aiptek portable TV. We can also supply the optional AV cable for £1.

The 7″ LCD is in 16:9 widescreen formate, perfect for watch widescreen movies. The screen resolution is also much better than the competitive portable TVs or digital photo frames (800 x 480 vs 480 x 234 ), basically the same photo / video is clearer and richer in fine details when played by this small TV.

Product Features

  • 7″ Portable digital TV, works in both UK (Freeview) and Europe (DVB, TNT), with 3hr rechargeable lithium battery
  • Digital media player via SD/SDHC memory card (card not included), Digital photo frame, max resolution 12 mega-pixels
  • Media player support JPEG photo, MP3 music, MPEG-1 MPEG-2 video, MPEG-4 (Xvid / 3ivx, MPEG-4 ASP) movies
  • Detacheable telescopic aerial, easy to connect to main house aerial, SD/SDHC/MMC memory card slot up to 32 GB (card not included)
  • 7” TFT LCD display in 16:9 widescreen, high resolution 800×480 pixels, Remote control, headphone jack, av output jack

Comments

J. Charlton says:

Great little portable TV I bought this portable TV for the kitchen. I was unable to get any signal using the portable TV aerial supplied nor from the built in aerial either. Portable aerials never work seem to work in this area and I was planning on using the mains aerial socket anyway, I found it difficult to aquire the aerial socket to mini F-connector cable TV socket adapter in any of the stores where I live. Eventually I used Google search engine to look for the adapter and found that Allcam World of Portables had it in stock and it was reasonably priced. The television works great now and I am very happy with my purchase. I think the sound volume could do with being a bit higher as I have to have the volume on full to hear it. The picture quality is good, have not actually tried the other features on this TV yet but I am sure they will be just as good. I am quite surprised that Amazon do not sell the adapter to connect to the mains aerial or advertise the type of connector required and where it can…

Rich says:

Be warned since the digital switch over somethings you need to know. I’m not going to knock the product is quite a nice portable TV but there are somethings that you need to know that the manufactures and the advertisers aren’t telling you. Remember the analog signal where you used to be able to get a signal twenty to thirty miles away from a transmitter, well although digital is wonderful that isn’t the case anymore. With the best and I do mean the best portable aerial currently nine miles is the best that you can hope to get (big down side for portable products as transmitters are typically forty miles apart). Lets make this simple for more than half the country, probably as little as one eighth this product and any other portable product will not get a signal, so think very hard about about what you want from this product and where you live in respect to transmitter locations! If your camping, out in the garden, caravanning etc are you going to be camping near or under a transmitter?What is the solution? For manufactures and advertisers…

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