Sony Injects New Colour To DVD Players

Written by Mendelson Tiu     17/06/2008 | 07:16 | Category: MP4 PLAYERS

Sony has launched two new exciting colour additions to its Portable DVD Player range - a bright pink and midnight blue.

Sony Injects New Colour To DVD Players


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Showcasing a slimline design and weighing 730g, the DVPFX720P and DVPFX720L are tailor-made for an on-the-move lifestyle.  Besides the seven inch colour LCD widescreen, backlight control and five hour long battery life, the DVD players also come with twin headphone jacks, allowing up to two people to watch simultaneously.

The portable DVD players come complete with a car battery charger and external rechargeable battery pack and features a USB slot for JPEG and MP3 playback. The units can also playback DVD+RW/+/+R DL/-RW/-R.

The new DVD players will be available this month with an RRP of $299.

See: www.sony.com.au


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