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Specs of Philips DCP850

Release Date in Hong Kong
ModelDCP850 Docking Entertainment System
DateApr 2007
Hard drive
Built-in hard drive
Display diagonal21.6 cm (8.5")
Display resolution480 x 234 pixels
Response time30 ms
Display brightness200 cd/m²
Contrast ratio (typical)250:1
Pixel pitch0.13 x 0.245 mm
Effective viewing area187.2 x 105.3 mm
Technical details
Colour of productBlack, White
Analog signal format systemPAL
Playback disc formatsCD audio, CD video
Playback modesNormal
AC adapter included
Battery charge indicator
Headphone connectivity3.5 mm
Remote control type35 keys
LED indicators
Playback disc typesCD-R,CD-RW,DVD+R,DVD+RW,DVD-R,DVD-RW
DC-in requirements9V
Output power description300mW RMS(built-in speakers)
Card reader integrated
Compatible memory cardsMMC,SD
Built-in speaker(s)
TV tuner
TV tuner integrated
File formats
Video formats supportedDIVX
Audio formats supportedMP3

Reviews of Philips DCP850
Reviewed on 2007-11-08
Inexpensive price, video iPod dock, memory card slot, DivX compatible, excellent disc compatibility
Weak built in speaker volume, disappointing battery life, no possibility of carrying a spare battery
The Philips DCP850 is more than just a standard portable DVD player. It offers an integrated video iPod dock, an SD memory card slot and is DivX Home Theater Certified. While the DCP850 delivers an excellent feature set and all around solid performance...
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Reviewed on 2007-08-27
Having traveled quite a bit in the last six months I really could have used a portable DVD player to drown out the roar of the engines, the terrible movie choices made by the airline, the crying baby two seats over, or the constant jibber-jabber from m...
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Reviewed on 2007-05-08
This portable DVD player incorporates a video iPod dock that allows you to play iPod videos on an 8.5-inch screen. It also has an SD card slot for movie and photo viewing, and it supports DivX video and MP3 CDs.
The remote control can hardly command a docked iPod, and iPod menus are not displayed on the DCP850s screen. The tinny speakers arent good for listening to music. The rechargeable battery isnt removable and only provides around 2.5 hours of DVD play......
A true convergence product, the Philips DCP850 ($199.99) is among the first portable DVD players to incorporate a video iPod dock. Although the iLuv i1055 came before it, the DCP850 improves on the concept with a more-refined design. Factor in its all-...
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Reviewed on 2007-03-01
A combination of 8.5” widescreen LCD screen, stereo speakers, twin headphone ports, a DVD player, and iPod dock - all in a fold-closed, lightweight, cleanly-designed package. These components, a SD/MMC card slot, and 5-hour battery for iPod play......
System’s audio channels are reversed, performing left-channel sound through the right speaker and vice-versa; videos can appear distorted unless aspect ratios are manually adjusted through unit’s Setup menu and iPod. Remote control and me...
Thanks to its small screen, the fifth-generation iPod has spawned a number of add-on screen accessories, most notably Sonic Impact’s Video-55 (iLounge rating: B+) and Memorex’s iFlip (iLounge rating: B+). Originally released for $300, the 7-in...
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