Tips for Choosing a Pumpkin Portable DVD Player

Pumpkin offers our customers many different types of portable DVD players to choose from. But how to choose a suitable portable DVD player?

The 16 inch portable player is our most popular product size

Parents stumbling in the street and hearing the four dreaded words, “Are we there yet?” from the back of the car. A portable DVD player can go a long way toward alleviating the more mundane aspects of being on the go.

Movies are a fantastic way to escape during a trip as you can easily invest in a story that will pass the time. We have tons of DVDs at home with movies and TV shows that we want to watch during our trip. This is why purchasing a portable DVD player is a great idea for the whole family.

If you have kids, this is a great way to keep them occupied and calm during a long trip. If you're traveling to a place without a TV, this is also a great way to end the night while watching one of your favorite movies or shows. Here we talk about some tips for choosing a portable DVD player .

Tips of Choosing a Portable DVD player

Dimensions of compatibility
Determine the size of the DVD player according to the place where you will always use the player. If you want the former, choose a laptop-style portable DVD player that rests comfortably on your... well, lap. If your goal is a portable DVD player that doubles as a car player, consider designing one for vehicle use. In this case, you can opt for one of the bulkier ones with a larger screen and enjoy the larger, shielding viewing experience that comes with it.

"What if I fly a lot?" That you can consider a portable DVD player. Not only does the weight easily add up when you're putting stuff in your carry-on luggage, but you also don't want to mess around with a honking player when you take off your shoes and empty your bags like other passengers will give you the evil eye while going through airport security run through. For some of us, portable just works better for everything in our lives.

Region lock
"Why can I play some DVDs but not others?" Film studios use regional code protection in DVD technology to protect content and control worldwide release dates. So the DVD player only plays the media that corresponds to the region code of this player. All other media with other region codes will not be played at all. So you need to choose the right DVD player according to your region code.

Battery conditions
Most DVD players can play for more than 4 hours and can be charged for 6 hours. You can refer to the payback period information before placing an order.

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