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About Philips Kids' TV & Portable DVD Players

Philips is one of the largest companies worldwide. With more than a century in providing products, they are a testament of innovation and entrepreneurship. The brand started in 1891 when Frederik Philips bought a factory in Eindhoven. They started producing carbon-filaments lamps. They quickly rose to one of the top products in Europe. Due to development on lighting, Philips created the world-renowned NatLab in 1914. A medical X-ray tube was introduced by Philips in 1918. By 1927, the company included electric shavers, radios and televisions to their line-up. Philips, together with Sony, made another milestone with the Compact Disk. In 1997, the two technology giants partnered again to develop the DVD. Into the new century, Philips continues their legacy of innovation and entrepreneurship by introducing state-of-the-art products for the home. During long road journeys, it may seem difficult to keep your little one behave, happy and most importantly entertained. But it doesn’t mean that it’s impossible. If your kid’s gadget is already low in battery, you can keep him busy by getting a portable DVD player. Small and easy to carry around, our selections of DVD players are designed to give your little one an exciting experience to watch his favorite movies and cartoons wherever the whole family is heading to. The DVD players feature a high resolution LCD display for a more realistic detail of videos and images. There are also DVD players with an ergonomic swivel design The DVD players are also compatible with majority of DVDs and CDs. It can play DVD, VCD and even CD. For a hands-free watching, you can easily mount the players on the back of the front seats’ head rests. If you want a personalized experience for your little one, you can easily connect an earphone or headphone to the DVD players’ dedicated stereo headphone jack.