NAVISKAUTO Built-In Rechargeable Battery HD Portable DVD Player, 14-Inch

Last updated date: June 29, 2020

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NAVISKAUTO Built-In Rechargeable Battery HD Portable DVD Player, 14-Inch

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Overall Take

If you're looking for a portable DVD player with a great screen, you'll love the NAVISKAUTO 14-In HD Portable DVD Player. Its screen is not only among the largest, at 14 inches, but it also features 1366 X 768 HD resolution. You'll get five hours of viewing time on a full battery charge. In our analysis of 78 expert reviews, the NAVISKAUTO NAVISKAUTO HD Portable DVD Player, 14-Inch placed 8th when we looked at the top 12 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

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Expert Summarized Score
4 expert reviews
User Summarized Score
111 user reviews
Our Favorite Video Reviews
What experts liked
Outstanding quality and features, gorgeous HD images, rich sound, convenient swivel/flip screen, and long battery life. Comes with ample accessories to fit all your viewing needs. !2-montth warranty; responsive customer support.
- BestReviews
March 1, 2019 | Full review
Firstly, the resolution of the screen that this product offers is unbeatable. With the clear bright image and the 14 inches screen, we best you will fall in love with this product.
- A Top Daily
While others are equipping their DVD players with LCD screens, this one has an LED backlight panel. Coupled with the 1366×768 screen resolution makes a premium overall movie experience for your kid. The ‘Last Memory’ feature makes it unique as you start resuming the last-played song from the point it stopped.
- The Top Pro
This portable DVD player is known for its vivid HD picture, crisp sound, and long battery life that can last up to five hours on a single charge. It comes with a swivel screen, carrying case, remote, and a wall and car charger.
- Chicago Tribune
What experts didn't like
Pricey. A few minor tech issues reported.
- BestReviews
March 1, 2019 | Full review
This portable DVD player is costly, so it’s not the best choice for consumers on a budget.
- Chicago Tribune

From The Manufacturer

Technical Specification: Screensize: 14 IncResolution: 1366*768(RGB) LED back light rking voltage: DC12VWorking current: 1.5AVideo output: 1Vp-p/75Ω/ NTSC/PAL/AUTOAudio output: VP-P2.8V, 0DB=1V 20HZ-20KHZSupport formats: DVD/SVCD/VCD/CD/MP3/JPG/AVI/AVI/MPEG/DIVXTHD: 1% A weightingLaser wavelength: 650NM-795NMBattery: 7.4VLi ion 4000MACharging time: more than 6 hoursPlaying time: about 5 hoursWorking environment: temperature 5-40℃, humidity <90%Color box size: 390*340*95MMGross weight:2.3KGMultifunctional region-free DVD playerBuilt-in USB/SD/MMC card read port, AV input, AV output, headphone jack, dual speakers.Note: USB/SD Max support to 128GBFAT32, USB2.0270°SwivelThe 270 degree rotating and 180 degree flipping design makes it perfect for your home, car, etc. Flip the rotation of the screen can give you the best viewing experience of maximum Angle.Mobile DVD playerThe built-in 5 hours rechargeable battery makes the DVD player work anywhere you are.Perfect for Road Trips/Airplane TimeThe screen swivels and rotates 270 degrees for easy visibility. You can get a perfect view in the backseat of the car or use it like a tablet screen for outdoors.

An Overview On Portable DVD Players

Home DVD players may have largely been traded in for streaming, but portable DVD players are hotter than ever. For a couple of dollars a day, you can get a DVD from Redbox and keep kids entertained for hours on a long trip. But portable DVD players aren’t just for kids. They come in handy on long flights or when you’re a passenger on any trip, no matter how old you are.

If you haven’t bought a new portable DVD player in a while, you may be surprised how far they’ve come. They’re no longer limited to the basic fold-up screen with marginal quality and a cheap build. Today’s portable players have HD-quality screens that swivel for more flexible viewing. Some even have screens that are designed to protect your eyesight while you watch.

With portable electronics, battery life is always a consideration. You can get as much as five hours out of a full charge with some portable DVD players, which can cover a large part of even a full-day trip. In addition to that, some DVD players come with car chargers that will keep the device going long after your battery has fully depleted.

In addition to car chargers, portable DVD players have an array of accessories that come with them. There will, of course, be an A/C wall charger, but some also come with carrying cases to make it easy to load it up and take it along with you. Some DVD players also come with earbuds, but you may want to shop for those separately to choose the pair that fit your own preferences.

Memory may be something you don’t think about until you start using your DVD player. Some devices will remember where you were on your movie or TV show last, while others will start back at the beginning every time you start them up. If you plan to make a lot of stops while you’re watching, you’ll be glad you chose one with memory later.

DWYM Fun Fact

Panasonic introduced the first portable DVD player in 1998 with the release of two different models. The first was the DVD-L10, which had a 16:9 5-inch LCD screen. It was much heavier than today’s portable units. The DVD-P10 also launched that year and was marketed as the smallest and lightest portable DVD player. What was perhaps most notable about this launch, though, was the fact that DVD players, in general, were brand new to consumers. The first DVD players released in March 1997 — one from Panasonic and two from Toshiba. The technology had been in the works for a while, but concerns from Hollywood studios over copyright delayed their launch.

The Portable DVD Player Buying Guide

  • No matter how powerful a DVD player is, it won’t matter if you have a lackluster screen. The BOIFUN Rechargeable Portable DVD Player, 17.5-Inch packs an HD screen with 1280 X 800 resolution. Other portable DVD players have decent HD screens, with 800 X 480 resolution.
  • You’ll never get the big-screen experience with a portable DVD player, but you don’t have to settle for the smallest screen, either. The BOIFUN Rechargeable Portable DVD Player, 17.5-Inch has a larger-than-average screen for a portable unit, at 17.5 inches. You’ll get 11.5 inches with the ieGeek Rechargeable Portable DVD Player, 11.5-Inch and 7.5 inches with the APEMAN HD Swivel Portable DVD Player, 7.5-Inch.
  • Gamers should consider a portable DVD player that also operates as both a DVD player and a gaming console.
  • Modern DVD players don’t just flip up. They also swivel around to help you find the perfect position. The APEMAN HD Swivel Portable DVD Player, 7.5-Inch, DBPOWER Rechargeable Portable DVD Player, 12-Inch and BOIFUN Rechargeable Portable DVD Player, 17.5-Inch all swivel a full 270 degrees. The BOIFUN Rechargeable Portable DVD Player, 17.5-Inch can also flip 180 degrees.
  • Portable DVD players often spend hours away from a power source. It’s important to look for a player that has the longevity you need. The BOIFUN Rechargeable Portable DVD Player, 17.5-Inch can last for six hours on a full charge. With the DBPOWER Rechargeable Portable DVD Player, 12-Inch, you’ll get five hours of battery life.
  • You’ll probably be using headphones while listening to a portable DVD player. But on the off chance you need sound, you should look for one that has strong audio. This is rare in a portable DVD player, but you can find it with the ieGeek Rechargeable Portable DVD Player, 11.5-Inch, which has rich, crisp audio.
  • Most DVD players will come with at least a wall charger, but there are some extras that may come in handy. For example, some models come with a case to help with carrying your DVD player around. The case may even have handles.
  • A remote control can also help, especially if you’re mounting your DVD player on the back of a seat. The APEMAN HD Swivel Portable DVD Player, 7.5-Inch and DBPOWER Rechargeable Portable DVD Player, 12-Inch all come with remotes.
  • Some portable DVD players grant you access to 180 retro games that you can download to get you started.
  • A feature you don’t miss until you don’t have it is the break-point memory function. This feature remembers where you were when you stopped watching a movie or listening to a song, picking back up again in that same spot. The APEMAN HD Swivel Portable DVD Player, 7.5-Inch includes break-point memory functionality.
  • You may be surprised at how affordable portable DVD players are. You’re sure to find one that fits your family’s budget, with ease.
  • Compatibility is also a consideration. The DBPOWER Rechargeable Portable DVD Player, 12-Inch is compatible with a wide variety of formats, including all CDs and DVDs, regardless of their region code. You’ll also get support for USB and SD cards. It’s compatible with a variety of file formats, including MPEG, AVI, VOB, XVID, MP3 and WMA.