This little portable Toshiba TV served me very well during the years I used it.
A 15" screen is very very small compared to the TVs that most people have nowdays but this was the perfect size for my bedroom when I lived with my parents and the screen does give the impression that it is bigger than 15". Not much bigger, but bigger all the same. The screen itself has a flat face, for an old-fashioned portable television this was not a common feature. If you go anywhere near the big electrical retailers now you will struggle to find a TV which does not have a flat screen. You will probably even struggle to find one which is not a 'flat screen television' (a few inches thick at most). The picture on this television is excellent, very crisp and precise. I'm not too sure exactly what it means but this is a 4:3 ratio format, this is the most common. You do have the option to switch to widescreen if you need to though.
The TV itself is very very sturdy. Built from silver and grey plastic, it is also very easy on the eye. It looks smooth and modern, especially considering that this design is more than a few years old. You are able to change the channel and volume by using buttons at the front of the television but you can turn this option off by using the remote control (quite a handy option). The remote control itself is really easy to use. It is not covered in endless buttons like some more modern remotes are. Its sleek and very comfortable to hold and use.
It has two scart inputs in the back of the television, one audio/visual input at the front and a headphone socket at the front if you need to watch the football highlights while you missus is snoring next to you in bed (we've all been there I bet).
In summary, this is a really impressive portable television which you can currently pick up very cheaply.