Digital tellies have bedroom eyes

Digital sets are nothing new. Digital portable TVs, on the other hand, are really quite fresh indeed. Sister mag What Hi-Fi? muttered something about

Digital sets are nothing new. Digital portable TVs, on the other hand, are really quite fresh indeed. Sister mag What Hi-Fi? muttered something about a ‘strong picture and good detail’, before skulking off to take some speakers apart.Roadstar asserts that the average UK household has between two and three TVs, so by that maxim, we imagine you’re all itching to get your hands on a sorted second set.Sized upAllowing unfettered access to 30 digital TV channels and no less than 20 digital radio channels, Roadstar has two models for your delectation – an 8-inch (LCD8082D), a 9.2-inch (LCD9283) and two 14-inch models tagged with sister company Bush’s moniker – the 1494D (pictured) and the IDVD146. Roadstar has even included an internal signal amp in each set, so you needn’t worry about connecting it to your external aerial, either. We’re willing to bet that once you get your hands on one, you’ll never leave the bedroom. For all the wrong reasons.

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Roadstar LCD8082D/LCD9283D/LCD1494D/IDVD146Price: £200/£220/£100/£150 On sale: NowContact: Roadstar