A portable DVD player doesn’t seem like such a hot piece of kit when you’ve only got three films in your bag. You won’t be stuck with endless Aeon Flux repeats with Tosh’s newbie though – it’s the first portable with a built-in Freeview tuner.
Thanks to that little antenna, the SD-P30DT can serve up access to 35 digital channels, including edifying documentaries from BBC 3 and 4, Shipwrecked omnibuses on E4 and, of course, The Hits.
Your portal to vacuous entertainment and epic films is a sizeable 9in screen, which has a decent 800x480 resolution and a 170-degree viewing angle to save neck-craning on the backseat.
Keen disc burners are catered for with support for DVD-R/-RW and DivX loaded discs, and you’ll be able to hook it up to an LCD back home thanks to a component video output.
Tosh has also added some entry-level models with handy 4-in-1 card slots to its range. The SD-P2800, SD-P1880 and SD-P1700 – which have 9in, 8in and 7in screens respectively – will all take SD, MMC, XD and Memory Sticks loaded with photos or video.