Features a 10" inch screen. Owners rave about the sharp picture quality. Has a stand and remote. Includes AC/DC adapters but can also be powered with the built-in rechargeable battery.
Some TVs had faulty batteries that wouldn't stay charged; otherwise, the rechargeable battery is a handy feature. Tuning the channels can be tricky.
Includes rechargeable battery and digital tuner. Many owners say they get good reception. Size (7") is very portable. Stand and remote included. Low price.
Some complaints that the antenna is under-powered. Instructions that come with it are confusing and lack details.
Does a good job picking up channels in most areas, and gets decent battery life. Has ample ports, a kickstand, and remote. Easy to set up. Responsive customer service when issues arise.
Sound quality isn't the sharpest. Controls aren't very responsive. Price falls on the higher end of the scale.
Reliably receives over-the-air TV stations. Nice size at 12". Comes with a lithium ion rechargeable battery. Decent sound quality and remote control. Includes a kick-out stand on the rear.
If a local TV signal is weak, you may need an extra antenna. Some lemons reported.
While you can easily watch any movie or TV show straight from your smartphone or tablet these days, a portable TV can be a smart investment if you want to share the viewing experience. Portable TVs are perfect for small events, parties, and get togethers away from home where multiple people want to watch at the same time. The screen size should be a balance between excellent viewability and convenient portability, commonly around 7 inches. The most popular models are small, thin, and come with a dedicated antenna or DVD player so you do not have to use a separate device to stream content.
BestReviews wants to be better. Please take our 3-minute survey,
and give us feedback about your visit today.