While it may look like any bargain basement portable DVD player on the market, this new offering from Greenhouse packs a little more punch than those other devices. Sure, it can do the usual DVD playback game on its 7-inch widescreen TFT display, but if you take a good long look at it (maybe not that long), you’ll notice a big shiny retractable antenna. It won’t do the cool DMB stuff that we keep hearing about, but you will be able to enjoy the built-in analog television tuner on the GH-PDV720-TV (hence those last couple of letters on the model number).
You’ll find AV-input and output for getting extra feeds, or conversely, throwing up your movie on a bigger screen, as well as support for burned CD-Rs and CD-RWs (though, strangely, there’s no mention of any love for DVD-R, +R, -RW, or +RW). File format support includes MPEG-1/2 and XviD on the video side of things, with MP3 and WMA formats on the audio side of things.
Measuring 215.0 x 175.0 x 37.3mm, the 780 gram Greenhouse GH-PDV720-TV will sell for $213 when it goes on sale next month.