S. Joell-Ireland On February - 12 - 2010

“Compact, Sleek and Stylish”

The Sovos SV085A is a remarkable piece of technology. Suitable for your travels and the home this product is a must have for any frequent traveller or parent wanting to entertain there kids both in the car and at home.

We call it a “media player” because you can insert your memory cards or flash drives, watch digital or Analogue TV, pop in a dvd or just keep the kids entertained with the inbuilt games such as Tetris and Suduko to name a few.

The unit comes with a headrest attachment so that you can connect it up in the car, it also comes with the in car charger which plugs in to your cigarette lighter and a universal UK/Euro power adapter which you can use at home, on a train or in a hotel whilst on your holidays.

The Sovos SV085A is a treat. It looks good, it sounds good and it definately packs the punch against its competitors.

Favourite Feature/s: The touch screen buttons on the front of the unit and the way that the screen lifts up revealing the DVD player. Very stylish and sleek!
Feature that needs development: The headphones

Score: 4.8 out of 5

Check out our video overview below;

To find out more about Sovos, visit there website at www.sovos.co.uk

Categories: Electronics, Feature

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