Cello C22101DVB-IP 22" LCD Full HD 1080p Internet TV (IPTV) Freeview inc Wi-Fi USB - £154.98 Delivered @ Ebuyer - HotUKDeals
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Cello C22101DVB-IP 22" LCD Full HD 1080p Internet TV (IPTV) Freeview inc Wi-Fi USB - £154.98 Delivered @ Ebuyer

£154.98 @ Ebuyer
Good spec for the price and some good reviews
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Good spec for the price and some good reviews
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#1
Looks a very good deal, and you can watch the iPlayer on it.
#2
Looks a decent TV, I just need to weigh up my options before I commit to buy this. Voted Hot!
#3
Can you buy like a box to get internet tv on a standard tv? So i could watch iplayer, youtube ect?
#4
That's pretty good unit. Just wondering how it compares to the LG w/o IPTV.
Wonder when youview will get off the ground?
#5
That's pretty good unit. Just wondering how it compares to the LG w/o IPTV.
Wonder when youview will get off the ground?
#6
lukeyd
Can you buy like a box to get internet tv on a standard tv? So i could watch iplayer, youtube ect?

Yes you can, well sorta. Some Blu-ray players let you watch iplayers etc..
#7
Thanks for posting OP, I've decided to buy this TV for my bedroom.

I had been tempted by a few of the 32" HDTV Deals that have been on HUKD's in the last few weeks however as I only sit around 2ft away from my TV while I play my XBOX 360, I decided anything over 26" would be too big for my small room.

From the TV deals I've seen in the last month, the TV's with the built-in Internet features without needing a computer usually cost around £50 more than the same TV without the Internet features built in, and then in most cases you have to buy a Wireless USB Dongle to connect it to the Internet which is usually not included and costs an additional £50 on top of the TV.

I was tempted by the Sainsburys 22" TV the other day but the Reviews for that TV said almost unanimously that it had poor sound quality and that put me off from buying it. When I saw the details of this Cello TV I was extremely pleased that I didn't order the Sainsbury's deal as the Cello 22" TV for only £45 more with the features it has was too much of a good deal to refuse.

:D








Edited By: Tactical Tom on May 13, 2011 19:12: 1
#8
lukeyd
Can you buy like a box to get internet tv on a standard tv? So i could watch iplayer, youtube ect?


A PS3 or Wii can do it; if you have one..........? (assuming they're connected to the net)

Edited By: agaveworm on May 13, 2011 19:06
1 Like #9
ordered for my beautiful daughter
she is happy

Edited By: davenfish on May 13, 2011 20:23: spelling
#10
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/cello-c22101dvb-ip-iviewer-22-inch/802075

Got upto 302% and it was £35 more. This is hot.

Edited By: Liverpool_Bear on May 13, 2011 20:42: Blah
1 Like #11
lukeyd
Can you buy like a box to get internet tv on a standard tv? So i could watch iplayer, youtube ect?


Sure, but in fairness like, man, they're not always box shaped. Some are more like, like a pebble.

Sweeeeeet.

8)
#12
Tactical Tom - May 13, 2011 18:59
Thanks for posting OP, I've decided to buy this TV for my bedroom.

I had been tempted by a few of the 32" HDTV Deals that have been on HUKD's in the last few weeks however as I only sit around 2ft away from my TV while I play my XBOX 360, I decided anything over 26" would be too big for my small room.

From the TV deals I've seen in the last month, the TV's with the built-in Internet features without needing a computer usually cost around £50 more than the same TV without the Internet features built in, and then in most cases you have to buy a Wireless USB Dongle to connect it to the Internet which is usually not included and costs an additional £50 on top of the TV.


From the ebuyer website:

Now you can watch your favourite web TV channels on the Full HD 22" Digital LCD TV via the remote control - no computer needed. The TV connects to the internet via the ethernet cable or Wi-Fi dongle both of which are supplied in the box.
#13
NarMaleen
Tactical Tom - May 13, 2011 18:59
Thanks for posting OP, I've decided to buy this TV for my bedroom.

I had been tempted by a few of the 32" HDTV Deals that have been on HUKD's in the last few weeks however as I only sit around 2ft away from my TV while I play my XBOX 360, I decided anything over 26" would be too big for my small room.

From the TV deals I've seen in the last month, the TV's with the built-in Internet features without needing a computer usually cost around £50 more than the same TV without the Internet features built in, and then in most cases you have to buy a Wireless USB Dongle to connect it to the Internet which is usually not included and costs an additional £50 on top of the TV[/u].

From the ebuyer website:

Now you can watch your favourite web TV channels on the Full HD 22" Digital LCD TV via the remote control - no computer needed. The TV connects to the internet via the ethernet cable or Wi-Fi dongle both of which are supplied in the box.

Lol, read it again and you might realise that you are correcting a mistake that hasn't been made.

(i.e.) Other TV Deals with Internet features built in cost around £50 more than the same TV would do without Internet functionality, and then with those TV's you have to buy and USB Dongle separately for around £50 to Wirelessly connect that Internet TV to the Internet. This Cello TV not only has Internet functionality, but it has the USB Dongle included, hence why I decided to buy it.

;)



Edited By: Tactical Tom on May 14, 2011 18:49
#14
Good deal. It's also made in the UK which is always a plus!
#15
MassiveBongFace
Good deal. It's also made in the UK which is always a plus!

Heat added and I thought the only thing we made in the UK now were inbred royals.
#16
mainds
MassiveBongFace
Good deal. It's also made in the UK which is always a plus!

Heat added and I thought the only thing we made in the UK now were inbred royals.


Haha If you look around and make the effort you would be suprised by the amount of stuff you can buy thats made in the UK. Call me old-fashioned but I like to at least try and support the economy!!
#17
Looks a great deal would love to hear some more feedback if anyone purchases this :D
#18
Thanks OP ... Been looking for a 22in for the kids playroom for a few weeks. This is certainly the most feature rich at that price that I have seen. Heat added.
#19
Bought one of these at the previosu price. Wish I hadn't bothered and stuck with LG. Pictures fine, Divx player is useful, recorder is rubbish as you need a massive capacity USB drive to record anything, the sound is awful - even when adjusted from standard, don't even bother with surround - and don't even bother trying to get the iplayer to work through the dongle. Setting up is a nightmare and then it doesn't connect at enough speed anyway. Mine will be on ebay soon.
#20
was watching bbc1hd on iplayer on mine and never buffered at all
cant get it to see my wdtv live though grrrrrr
1 Like #21
Hmmmmm
Just had 2 delivered for my sons bedrooms. Quite impressed with them actually. good functionality, wifi works fine for I player etc, sound is fine despite some reviews and good PQ. however.............One decided to pop internally after about 10 minutes and not work anymore.
Ebuyer have refunded without fuss and arranged pick up of faulty unit. I have ordered another hoping lightning wont strike twice.
If the 2nd unit works ok the £155 each is well worth it. Ill let y'all know if it all goes pete tong.
#22
My TV was delivered yesterday and so far I'm very pleased with it.

The picture is much better than my previous TV and using the HD with my XBOX 360 Console looks great, FIFA 11 looks brilliant.

The minor negatives for me so far have been the BBC iPlayer which is unbearably slow. YouTube is absolutely fine but the BBC iPlayer stops for buffering approximately four times per minute on the two occasions I have tried it out so far. One of the attempts was at a non-peak time at 7:15 this morning, and it was still just as slow as when I tried it yesterday evening.

The only other negative I found was the original Sound settings, but I have now found a Set-Up which I'm happy with so that's absolutely fine.

I would like to ask if anybody knows how to pause Live TV & Record TV with this Cello Television?

Any help would be much appreciated.

:)




Edited By: Tactical Tom on May 21, 2011 18:50: 1
#23
Tactical Tom
i think you have to have a hd attached but not 100%
are you on adsl by any chance ? im on 10mb cable and watched 5 mins of dr who without 1 buffer
and that was bbc1 hd !!
must admit sound is pants but not unbearable
my dilema now is that it wont see my wdtv live downstairs. got 2 1tb hard drives attached to wdtv via usb and cant stream a thing !! sees my pc though. may have to bite the bullet and go via nas or another wdtv.
#24
timothyoflondon
Bought one of these at the previosu price. Wish I hadn't bothered and stuck with LG. Pictures fine, Divx player is useful, recorder is rubbish as you need a massive capacity USB drive to record anything, the sound is awful - even when adjusted from standard, don't even bother with surround - and don't even bother trying to get the iplayer to work through the dongle. Setting up is a nightmare and then it doesn't connect at enough speed anyway. Mine will be on ebay soon.

You obviously don't have good hearing. The sound is great, and the internet is speedy. Your internet is probably 990kbs, that sucks. Get a life.

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