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Supersonic SC-2813 13.3 inch Portable LED TV Rechargeable with HDMI & FM Radio

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Supersonic SC-2813 13.3 inch Portable LED TV Rechargeable

SC-2813 13.3‚ÄĚ Portable LED TV Battery Powered with HDMI, USB/ SD Inputs FM Radio AC/DC¬†Built-in Digital TV Tuner- Rechargeable Battery- Built-in FM Radio- Earphone Jack- Built-in Speakers- AV Input & Output JacksSupersonic.

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  • 13.3" Widescreen LED TV
  • Built-in Digital TV Tuner
  • Built-in Lithium Rechargeable Battery
  • Built-in FM Radio
  • HDMI Input Allows You to Enjoy High Definition Video & Audio
  • USB/SD Inputs Compatible Allows You to Play Video & Audio Files from an External Device
  • Resolution: 1366 x 768
  • On Screen Display
  • AV Input & Output Jacks
  • Rotary Rod Antenna
  • Earphone Jack
  • Built-in Speakers
  • AC/DC Operation: Watch Your Favorite Shows at Home or on the Go
  • Full Function Remote Control
  • Peak Brightness: 500cd m2
  • Contrast Ratio: 300:1
  • Viewing Angle: 165°
  • Response Time: 8ms.
  • Audio: 2 x 1W
  • Maximum Power Consumption: 15W
  • Battery: Li-Polymer 3.7V 5000mAh
  • Full Compliance with ATSC/NTSC
  • Power: AC 100-240V Compatibility/ DC: 12V/1.5A Input for On the Go Use

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