The TV5's graphical user interface does have a certain Windows 95 retro appeal. This is also a good shot of the battery status indicator in the upper right-hand corner, next to the time display. Looks empty, right? Nope. That's a full charge. Confused? So were we. Read full review
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MSRP: $139.99

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Look at all those features. Too bad they're all doomed. Any guess on how to turn the volume down on this thing? Read full review
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Even if you just use it as a PMP, your reputation might get tarnished by owning a substandard product like the Trio TV5. Best to keep this thing hidden away in your pocket. Read full review
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Package contents:
  • Charger
  • iPod knock-off earbuds
  • AV composite cable ending in nonstandard 2.5mm microjack
  • Standard 3.5mm stereo minijack-to- nonstandard 2.5mm stereo microjack cable (even though all recordings turn out monophonic)
  • USB standard-to-mini cable
  • Fuzzy pouch
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Top to bottom, you're looking at the TV5's power input (no, it doesn't power off of USB), USB connection, minijack headphone output, and 2.5mm AV output and input. Read full review
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The cheap, plastic buttons on the top of the Trio TV5 make an audible, hollow click. No big deal. Understanding what buttons A and B actually do is another story. Read full review
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The Trio TV5 features a colorful and bright screen. Unfortunately, because there's no way to dim the screen, the TV5 delivers poor battery performance. Read full review
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We found the Mach Speed Trio TV5 to be a noisy and frustrating player. Maybe you'll have better luck. Read full review
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