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Haier HLT71 7-Inch Handheld LCD TV Customer Review

Updated on October 20, 2011

Haier HLT71 7-Inch Handheld LCD TV

Have you been working till the dead of night lately? Does that mean you are missing your favorite TV shows and TV dramas? Well, your solution can be partially fixed with the Haier HLT71 7-Inch Handheld LCD TV. This article reviews the Haier HLT71 7-Inch Handheld LCD TV. We have a look at the pros, cons, customer feedback, and technical specification of this cool portable TV, so let us get started.

Firstly, the Haier HLT71 7-Inch Handheld LCD TV is available for around $120 on Amazon. Compared to other portable TVs, it is slightly more expensive but there are good reasons to go for this portable TV. Firstly, I'll mention a few of the technical details. The TV has a 7 inch LCD screen, with a compatible screen aspect of 16:9 or 4:3. The TV comes with two different adapters: an AC adapter, and a car adapter. This is great because you can power up your Haier HLT71 7-Inch Handheld LCD TV while traveling. It also comes with a multi-language OSD. This is probably a redundant feature for most people but you can set the menu in French and Spanish.

So what did customers have to say about the Haier HLT71 7-Inch Handheld LCD TV? One customer commented that he was able to pick up most local channels while traveling in the city. There were some that appeared fuzzy, but most were clear and detailed. One big advantage a LCD screen has over a plasma screen is its susceptibility to light. When you watch a plasma TV outside, you will experience something called light glares. This does not occur with LCD screens. You should be able to see the screen clearly regardless of where you are watching it from. There are many pros and cons between the plasma vs LCD TV but as this is focused on a portable television, the other arguments are not too important.

Another customer commented that the Haier HLT71 7-Inch Handheld LCD TV fitted into her kitchen perfectly, and she could now enjoy doing her kitchen chores. However, she did mention that if you want to watch digital channels then you will need a good external antenna. She also commented on the casing of the TV. It was rugged and rubberized, which meant she had no worries about it getting damage any time soon.

On the downside, one customer commented that he had battery issues ever since he took the TV out of the box. The red 'low battery' signal would start bleeping as soon as he turns on the TV, even after it was fully recharged. Therefore, he was never sure how long his TV would last without AC power. Do you own a Haier HLT71 7-Inch Handheld LCD TV? What do you think of it?


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