Cello have today announced the launch of their first battery-operated LED TV. The British brand are touting this as an ideal choice for caravaners and travellers as it has an impressive battery life of up to 10 hours. The sets come in two sizes, namely 22 and 32 inches. The County Durham based brand currently have the biggest range of LED TVs on the market with 14 different screen sizes over 28 models.
These battery operated TVs can be powered conventionally from the power socket or using a lithium ion inbuilt battery. They feature a digital aerial and can operate on satellites, although a satellite dish is not included. To use, simply charge before leaving home or from the car or caravan’s power point using the car adaptor cable.
They also have two LED lights that can be powered directly from the TV and a USB socket that enables mobile phone charging.
Cello Electronics’ CEO, Brian Palmer, commented: “Due to the flexibility our UK based production line affords, we have the ability to constantly adapt our product range to suit customer demand or explore new niche markets. The battery TV range was built with portability front of mind to make sure those on the move never had to compromise on the quality of their viewing experience. The compact size options and affordable price tag further boost our extensive range, giving valued customers even more choice to find the set that is right for their specific needs.”
These portable televisions are priced at £249.99 for the 22″ model and £329.99 for the 32″ version. They are available from Caravan Warehouse, TV Village and various online retailers on eBay and Amazon. They come with a battery operated remote control, two lamps, a screwdriver and a car charging adaptor. You can read more about it on the Cello Electronics website.
Most people only use their tablets on the move now but do you think battery operation would encourage you to invest in a portable television?