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Deal of the Day is the Panasonic Portable DVD Player

Dec 30 2010, 7:43am CST | by , in Shopping | Portable Devices

Deal of the Day is the Panasonic Portable DVD Player
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Buy Panasonic Portable DVD Player from Amazon Cyber Monday and Black Friday Now

Do not miss out on this deal that is for today only.

The Panasonic Portable DVD player is available at Amazon for $79.99.

Enjoy your movies and DVD's on the go with the Panasonic portable DVD player featuring an 8.5-inch widescreen pivoting display. It is the perfect companion for long trips by giving you a full 13 hours of playback. So now when you have to travel especially with kids you will have something to keep them entertained. No more boring road trips for the person who owns this.

The large 8.5" widescreen display pivots for free-style viewing so you can adjust the position for optimum comfort and image quality. You can also adjust the screen brightness to get the best view of your DVDs in all kinds of light conditions. When you are in the mood for a movie, this versatile player can play back many different types of prerecorded DVDs, like DVD-RAM/-R/-RW1 and DVD+R/+RW1 discs. It also can play back audio formats including CDs, MP3s, CD-R/RW discs. The DVD-LS86 comes with built-in rechargeable battery that gives you a full 13 hours of playback without having to worry about running out of power on long trips. It also has dual headphone jacks so two people can hear the movie. This is a great deal but it is only around for today so do not wait by now.

The Panasonic Portable DVD player is available at Amazon for $79.99.

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