has reportedly announced the launch of its T7 7" digital portable set targeted for students looking for an easily transportable TV for their dorm room or apartment this upcoming school year.
The user-friendly Eviant T7, offering exceptional portability will attract dorm dwellers desiring a digital-capable set.
Jerry Galya, Eviant vice president of sales and marketing, said that the firm’s T7 model television offers true built-in digital portability. He also said that only digital programming is being aired by television stations and networks these days making the analog sets quite useless.
“The Eviant T7 is a state-of-the-art affordable solution that ensures a steady stream of over-the-air soap operas, reality shows, Saturday morning cartoons, and other educational programs that are enjoyed in dorm rooms across the country,” Galya said in a statement.
Available now for shipping, Eviant T7 7" can be used without additional hardware or subscription service. It receives free, over-the-air digital broadcasts and eliminates connecting a comparably sized analog set to a bulky digital TV converter box.
The company has included a number of features to attract its target segement. The set comes with widescreen 16:9 aspect ratio and a 480x234 resolution for incredible picture clarity. The T7 model also comes with built-in: ATSC/NTSC TV tuner, rechargeable Lithium-Ion battery, and stereo speakers.
Buyers have a choice between glossy black, white and red. They are also offered accessories including: AC adapter, AV cable, remote control, additional external antenna for use in remote areas, and a protective carrying pouch.
The company said that its use is not limited to only dorm rooms, and encourages users to install it virtually anywhere they want to watch television.
The Eviant T7 7" digital portable TV is available in retail outlets for $169.99.
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Edited by Amy Tierney