Finding space for a portable TV, radio and Freeview box in the van can be a struggle. However, if you cannot stand to be away without these home comforts then the August DA900C is the answer. The compact unit houses a 9in digital TV that receives over 40 Freeview channels, five standard analogue channels and all-digital radio stations. When not watching your favourite soaps, use the DA900C to view holiday snaps or listen to an MP3. All you need is a memory card or USB stick.

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Finding space for a portable TV, radio and Freeview box in the van can be a struggle. However, if you cannot stand to be away without these home comforts then the August DA900C is the answer. The compact unit houses a 9in digital TV that receives over 40 Freeview channels, five standard analogue channels and all-digital radio stations. When not watching your favourite soaps, use the DA900C to view holiday snaps or listen to an MP3. All you need is a memory card or USB stick.

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