Kate Taylor
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Find out how good this portable DVD player system is, thanks to the expert review team at Practical Motorhome


Price £200

Web www.next-base.com

The NextBase Click 9 Lite portable DVD player system consists of two 9-inch screens that are designed to mount on the back of cab seat headrests, using the ingenious ‘Click-and-Go’ mounts. Once these are set up you can connect and remove the players without messing around with wires. One of the screens houses the DVD player, while the other one is just a display (although NextBase does sell a version with two players). Apart from being able to play DVDs, the player has a USB slot for connecting a flash drive. In our tests the system stuttered a little while playing an AVI-formatted movie via USB. The build quality is the highest here, and the screen quality is very impressive.

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