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    Hammacher Schlemmer’s Palm Size DVD Player

    A portable palm sized DVD player is not a new concept by any means. But this model from Hammacher Schlemmer may just be giving a different look from the usual designs that you see out there. Most of such portable DVD playersyou see are of the flip top variety. This palm sized DVD player is designed much like the portable CD players of the past.Hammacher Schlemmer Palm Size DVD Player

    This palm sized DVD player from Hammacher measures six inches in diameter and can fit comfortably in your hand. It has a 3.5 inch TFT LCD screen in front and with built-in stereo speakers. This model also features anti-skip technology that allows you to watch DVD movies without any problems of skipping as what may happen on bumpy rides or when moving along.

    It also contains a USB port as well as slots for memory flash cards to allow viewing pictures or images from a PC or digital camera. Its rechargeable batteries can last up to two hours, enough to view one movie. It is available at Hammacher Schlemmer for US$150. (

    David Novak
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