Read Practical Motorhome's review of the Cello 16-inch HD TV/DVD Player to see if this is a piece of essential gadgetry for your motorhome adventures

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Price £150

Web www.roadpro.co.uk

When testing these compact players, we were conscious of the fact that you could get a bigger screen for not much more money – such as this 16” HD-ready TV and DVD player, supplied by the nice people at RoadPro. It has a low-power high-definition LED screen. While you won’t need the HD screen for DVDs, you can connect an external HD source (such as a Blu-Ray player) to the HDMI port, or play HD videos from a flash drive via the built-in USB port. If use on the move isn’t a priority, this is the one to get.

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