The Naxa 10in LED TV has served me well over the years.
It features VGA, component video, composite video, two USB ports, two HDMI ports, coaxial and a built-in DVD player. It can use both 12v and 120v power.
I use it mostly for streaming by Google Chromecast, from my mobile phone, through the available HDMI and a USB port for the ultra-low power a 2nd Gen Chromecast uses.
Even though this TV supports 720p, the images are clear and text on the screen is not blurry.
I’ve owned my Naxa 19″ LED TV for over 5 years and have used it both mobile and in my home and it has not failed me yet. Even after 5 years, the built-in DVD player works just as it did, straight out of the box. There no skipping, no long load time for DVDs or CDs.
You can pick up a Naxa 19″ or the bigger Naxa 23.6″ Widescreen over on Amazon for less than $140, while supplies lasts.
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