The Kula portable Internet television delivers free international broadcasts in a convenient, pocket-size design.
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The main menu on the Kula TV includes four touch-screen icons: Kula TV; Storage; Clock; and Settings. After pressing the TV-shaped Kula TV menu icon, you find a submenu of broadcast categories, such as recently watched, comedy, drama, news, children, shopping, and sports.
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Using an integrated Wi-Fi antenna, Kula can pull down the free streaming-video feeds from over 400 broadcasters worldwide, including majors such as CNN, BBC, FOX, and dozens of local affiliate stations.
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Measuring 5 inches wide, 3 inches tall, and 0.5 inch thick, the Kula TV's chunky, yet pocketable, form feels more like a portable GPS unit than a sexy portable media player.
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The left edge of the Kula TV includes a headphone jack, MicroSD slot, a Mini-USB port for loading media, and a socket for the included power adapter, which is required for recharging the internal battery.
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Controlling the volume of your headphones (or the internal speaker) is done with two physical buttons on the top of the device, located next to the power button.
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