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10.4" Wireless LCD TV £149.99

£149.99 @ Ebuyer
Posting this because I though it was an interesting gadget, even more so with the 35 quid off. Interesting because it's a wireless, rechargeable, carry-anywhere screen (so no power or aerials to wo…
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Posting this because I though it was an interesting gadget, even more so with the 35 quid off.

Interesting because it's a wireless, rechargeable, carry-anywhere screen (so no power or aerials to worry about) which lets you to view up to three AV devices (2 by SCART, 1 by RF) as well as normal (analogue) TV. Never miss that crucial goal (or soap moment) again!

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No Wires, take it anywhere in your home;
The real portable TV

Key Features:

* Uses wireless technology to transmit from a central point to your wireless TV
* RF Aerial and 2 x Scart Socket inputs can be transmitted
* Lithium-Ion Rechargeable 4hr Battery Life and quick charge when returned to the charger, with status LED on TV
* SVGA 800x600 10.4" LCD Panel
* 30m Range indoors
* Remote control
* Easy to move, Carry Handle on the rear
* Folding stand
* Basic wall mounting facility

Edit: Credit to Alfresco for posting this last month, just found it via the new search engine (so something works on this new site!). Shame it didn't blip the UKHD radar.
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#1
This look like the ONEi that sells elsewhere for quite a bit more. http://www.cheaptelly.co.uk sells it for £389!!!!!! but most are around £200.

What I would like to know is how you control the source remotely?
#2
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This look like the ONEi that sells elsewhere for quite a bit more. http://www.cheaptelly.co.uk sells it for £389!!!!!! but most are around £200.

What I would like to know is how you control the source remotely?


Yep, as far as I can tell, that's one and the same...

You can't control the source remotely as such. All you can do from the remote is switch source between AV1/2/3/RF. I guess this makes sense (and keeps the costs down), as how do they know what device, functions, and remote codes your AV gear is going to have? They could hardly provide a remote programmed for every device in the world that has a video output.

In my opinion, this isn't a major problem, as it's main use is going to be as a secondary screen for when you want to pop in the kitchen to make tea etc. while still keeping up with what the rest of the familiy are watching in the lounge. In that case it would be mighty annoying for those watching the main TV to have the "remote" user in the kitchen stopping/pausing or flicking channels!

You can however, switch TV channels as per a normal TV (as the transmitter has its own TV tuner).

Of course, if you did want full control of the AV gear at the transmitter end, it would be a simple case of installing an inexpensive remote control repeater (e.g. Marmitek) in that room and using a spare remote for the source device. If you didn't want to carry two remotes, you could then program the source and TV remote codes into one universal controller or, just use the source remote, as all the TV functions can be controlled from the buttons on the side of the screen.
#3
That's just what I wanted to say :whistling:
#4
That's a great idea. Shame it's not widescreen, voted hot anyway.
#5
nice gadget... :)
#6
Cool Gadget .......Voted Hot

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