March of the mini Freeviews

Once you've become accustomed to euphoric injections of The Hits and CBeebies on Freeview, it becomes difficult to go cold turkey. Well, you need swea

Once you've become accustomed to euphoric injections of The Hits and CBeebies on Freeview, it becomes difficult to go cold turkey. Well, you need sweat and shiver on your caravan trips no more – these two portable digital LCDs will give you your fix.

The new Bush model on the left is undoubtedly the pretty boy of the two – it serves up a 7in picture for your E4 updates of Celeb Big Bro, and sports a simple Chantelle-friendly interface.

There's nothing as advanced as recording capability sadly, but an electronic programme guide (EPG) will help you keep abreast of the televisual menu. The IPDVB701 will be available in April – there's no price yet but, thanks to its Bush label, it's sure to be a member of the Wallet Friendly Association.

If you can't wait for that, Maplin's own travelling Freeviewer on the right is available now. It offers a whole extra inch of screen real estate at 8in, and has a handy detachable stand for tired arms. A fine selection of inputs – including S-Video and VGA – means you can hook it up to a DVD player or camcorder, as well as the standard analogue and digital telly duty.

The ingeniously named LCD Freeview Digital TV is available for £200 from the official site only – hurry, before the stampede of Freeview junkies kicks off.