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Eviant T7 Widescreen 7-inch Portable DTV
Eviant™, Inc., a designer and marketer of stylish portable and home entertainment products, has the perfect gift idea for both Dads and grads this year — its 7″ digital portable widescreen LCD television set (model T7). Part of the company’s ‘Card’ series of ultra-thin profile televisions, the unit is completely digital and ATSC compliant, ensuring superior picture reception and quality. It is among the first sets of its size to offer true built-in digital portability and will be on display in Eviant’s booth at the CEA Line Show in NYC.
“The Eviant T7 portable digital television is perfect for on-the-go TV watchers,” stated Jerry Galya, Eviant Vice President of Sales and Marketing. “With a fashion-forward look and the same picture caliber and features of much larger sets, it ensures viewers of being able to access free digital channels over the air virtually anywhere. An important fact with the imminent switch to all digital programming.”
The set features contemporary, slim styling and is available in a variety of fun, fashion colors. It receives over-the-air digital broadcasts without any additional hardware or subscription service, unless desired. It is perfect for use in an office, RV, or on a kitchen counter, in the garage or on the patio, at sporting events or picnics — virtually anywhere viewers want to watch television.
The innovative and affordable T7 comes at a perfect time, just as the country is ready to switch to all digital programming from the traditional analog signal. Portable analog sets comparable in size to the Eviant T7 will no longer work, and not all have jacks that can be hooked-up to a bulky digital TV converter box.
This will cause problems anywhere space is limited as well as forcing people to carry a digital TV tuner along with the set. In many cases, converter boxes are larger than the TV itself, defeating their ‘portable’, take-anywhere nature. The Eviant T7 eliminates that problem by receiving free, digital channels without the need for any additional component or subscription service.
It comes with a built-in rechargeable Lithium-Ion battery, built-in speakers, and built-in TV tuner that is ATSC/NTSC compatible. It features a widescreen 16:9 aspect ratio and a 480×234 resolution. Also included are AC, six-button remote control, and a protective carrying pouch. It is available in a range of fashion colors — from glossy black to pop-star pink. It measures 7.3″x 1.1″x 5.7″ (wxdxh) and weights approximately 1.39 pounds.
Pricing and Availability
The Eviant ‘Card’ series 7″ digital portable TV set is available now for shipping. It is now available in retail outlets including Kohls, JC Penny, Walmart.com, Target.com, Belks, Aafes, Bon Ton, D&H, HSN, Amazon.com, Shopko, Marsan and more.
CEA Line Show
The new Eviant T7 7″ digital portable widescreen LCD television set will be on display at the upcoming CEA Line Show in New York City on June 10 and 11. The event, to be held at 34th and Fifth Avenue downtown, is the industry association’s mid-year reality check and innovations showcase. It offers panel discussions, exclusive market research, and a look at the hottest new products in the consumer electronics industry.
About Eviant, Inc.
Eviant, Inc., headquartered in Southern California, is a global designer and marketer of portable and home entertainment products. Today’s consumer is looking for more value and style in their entertainment products. Eviant is building a product line-up that is sleek, fashionable, and fun — from the product design to an exciting new color palette to choose from. Even the packaging will be smaller, utilizing fewer resources. Eviant markets its products through non-traditional retailers — including department stores, mass merchants, and do-it-yourself stores — as well as through traditional, consumer electronics channels.
Eviant, Inc. is affiliated with Tofasco(SM) and Nextar™, both rapidly growing companies that sell products worldwide in a variety of industries.