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Supersonic SC-2812 White 12" Lightweight Portable LED TV w/USB SD in

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Supersonic SC-2812 White 12" Portable Lightweight LED TV w/Built in Batt,USB/SD input

Brand: Supersonic
MPN: SC-2812WH
Condition: New

12" Widescreen LED TV w/ Remote Control • Built-in Digital TV Tuner • Built-in Lithium Rechargeable Battery • USB Input Compatible Allows You to Play Video & Audio Files from an External Device • Micro SD Card Reader Compatible, Allows You to Play Video & Audio Files from an SD Card • HDMI Input • Selectable Screen Mode: 16:9 • Resolution: 1280 x 800 • On Screen Display • 2 x AV Input Jacks • Rotary Rod Antenna • Earphone Jack • Built-in Speakers

-Peak Brightness: 500cd m2
-Contrast Ratio: 300:1
-Viewing Angle: 165 deg
-Response Time: 8m
-Audio: 2x1W
-Maximum Power Consumption: 20W
-Battery: Li-Polymer 7.4V 3000mAh
-Full Compliance with ATSC/NTSC
-Power AC: 110-240V Compatablity
-Power DC: 12V/1.5A Input for on the go use

-12" TV unit (white)
-Remote control
-A/C Adapter
-AV cable

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