Cello C22101DVB-IP iViewer 22 inch LCD Full HD 1080p With 2 usb recording ports,Internet TV BBC iPlayer, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Home Media Freeview FREE Wi-Fi USB Dongle Black £189.99 delivered@ebuyer - HotUKDeals
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Cello C22101DVB-IP iViewer 22 inch LCD Full HD 1080p Freeview Internet TV BBC iPlayer, Facebook, YouTube, Home Media FREE Wi-Fi USB Dongle Black
The UK's first TV that streams numerous web based channels directly....
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 and ethernet cable (supplied) or a Wi-Fi dongle.
BBC iPlayer
Conveniently and easily catch up with BBC radio and television programmes from the past 7 days.
YouTube/Twitter
At your fingertips the leadrt in online video content and premier destination for you to watch and share original videos worldwide.
Home Media
Access your home computer and show your pictures through your TV.
The TV has 2 x USB and does have recording facility. It is only possible to record the built in Free View channels with the exception of any subscription channels.

Features:
•22 inch Full HD LCD Screen
•1080p, 1080i, 720p
•Multi Function Remote for TV, Satellite and iPlayer
•Integrated Digital Freeview Channels
•Connections: Audio PC, Analogue, PC Stereo, Scart
•Wall Mountable
•USB Dongle Included
Many Other Channels Available Including:
Disney Movie Previews: UK Podcast
Movie Rush
Autocare Magazine
Sky Sports Boot 'n' All
The CNN Daily Video Podcast
Jamies Ministry of Food Recipes
Delicious TV Veg
Revision 3 Diggnation
The Larry King Video Podcast
And many more................
Specifications:

22 inch 16:9 Widescreen LCD TV
Integrated Digital Freeview Channels
Access and Play BBC iPlayer, YouTube, Facebook and other Web TV Channels direct from your TV
TV connects to Internet via Ethernet Connection or Wi-Fi Dongle
Contrast Ratio 1000:1 Brightness: 250
Common Interface
AC 100-240v
Remote Control Included
240 minute sleep timer
Seperate Bass, Treble and Balance Controls
FHD TV 1080p, 1080i, 720p
Nicam Stereo
Fast Channel Search
Program Now and Next Display
7 Day Electronic Program Guide
Maximum Resolution: 1920 x 1080
Pal 1, Secam, BG, DK Multi Standard TV System
1000 Page Memory Teletext
12 month manufacturers swap out warranty
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#1
interesting bit of kit, might be tempted.
#2
Thanks op looks like a good bit of tech, anyone know any diff please say as I'm after a tv and will probably plump for this
#3
mmm just wondering if it can take movies via home wifi network? at present I use my laptop to see movies stored on my mini server and can watch TV via VPN but this would be great in bed room or kitchen
#4
Wonder why the 26" version of this was so cold last week when it was £10 more with a 5 year guarantee http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/m-s-deal-of-the-day-26-iviewer-hd-r/798366
#5
Bit of a crap make but loads of features! I always find on these budget makes (like my Foehn & Hirsch) there is always something bad about it, my TV for example has the worlds worst menu / EPG coupled with a terrible remote. But it was cheap....so meh
suspended#6
Barry123
Wonder why the 26" version of this was so cold last week when it was £10 more with a 5 year guarantee http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/m-s-deal-of-the-day-26-iviewer-hd-r/798366


Might of got quite a few cold votes because of the over inflated RRP
#7
22" full HD - pointless
3 Likes #8
I deliver and install all makes of TVs daily and can confirm you get what you pay for with these, picture quality is poor. I have been lurking on HUKD without commenting ( a bit shy :) ) and have been reading all the plasma/LCD etc posts with interest. The best advice I can give to anyone thinking about a new telly is...spend a bit more and go for the Panny G20.
And thanks to everyone who has showed me a hot uk deal.
#9
paul.jacobs
22" full HD - pointless


How did you work that out?
Full HD (1920x1080) in a small area just means a better dpi and in theory means a cracking looking picture in a small screen, ideal if your going to be viewing it close up imho.
#10
I have a 23" HD tv in the bedroom and it is perfick for me. DLNA on this would have been a clincher (_;)
#11
bawbagg
I deliver and install all makes of TVs daily and can confirm you get what you pay for with these, picture quality is poor. I have been lurking on HUKD without commenting ( a bit shy :) ) and have been reading all the plasma/LCD etc posts with interest. The best advice I can give to anyone thinking about a new telly is...spend a bit more and go for the Panny G20.
And thanks to everyone who has showed me a hot uk deal.


I can't quite detect the sarcasm but it must be there if you're comparing a cheap 22 inch internet TV intended to be used in the bedroom to a £700 42 inch plasma.

Edited By: montblanc on Nov 17, 2010 01:12
#12
God how much more **** can you fit in one little box.
#13
paul.jacobs
22" full HD - pointless

not half as pointless as your post.........

22" full HD - Quality viewing
#14
bawbagg
I deliver and install all makes of TVs daily and can confirm you get what you pay for with these, picture quality is poor. I have been lurking on HUKD without commenting ( a bit shy :) ) and have been reading all the plasma/LCD etc posts with interest. The best advice I can give to anyone thinking about a new telly is...spend a bit more and go for the Panny G20.
And thanks to everyone who has showed me a hot uk deal.


with advice like that I suggest that you carry on lurking...
#15
Cello. As sold by quality outlets such as TJ Hughes.

It's all very nice being feature rich, but if the technology build isn't up to scratch, then I predict some disappointed buyers out there.

It's the smaller touches that tend to shine, such as good epg and menu GUIs and I doubt this unit has them.

Caveat emptor.
1 Like #16
i posted a 26inch m&s i viewer here last week for £199 and it went very cold yet with a five year warranty and im quite sure that the m&s model is better quality. sometimes this site amazes me.
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/m-s-deal-of-the-day-26-iviewer-hd-r/798366
1 Like #17
Moooorish
God how much more **** can you fit in one little box.


You'd be surprised quite how much...

http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2010/09/18/article-1313207-0B3EE060000005DC-132_468x554.jpg
#18
Has anyone got this TV and is it any good?
#19
This looks really interesting, but I don't see any scart or HDMI connections, am I wrong?
#20
trenale
This looks really interesting, but I don't see any scart or HDMI connections, am I wrong?

Whoops, its does say scart
#21
arpster
bawbagg
I deliver and install all makes of TVs daily and can confirm you get what you pay for with these, picture quality is poor. I have been lurking on HUKD without commenting ( a bit shy :) ) and have been reading all the plasma/LCD etc posts with interest. The best advice I can give to anyone thinking about a new telly is...spend a bit more and go for the Panny G20.
And thanks to everyone who has showed me a hot uk deal.



with advice like that I suggest that you carry on lurking...

arpster
bawbagg
I deliver and install all makes of TVs daily and can confirm you get what you pay for with these, picture quality is poor. I have been lurking on HUKD without commenting ( a bit shy :) ) and have been reading all the plasma/LCD etc posts with interest. The best advice I can give to anyone thinking about a new telly is...spend a bit more and go for the Panny G20.
And thanks to everyone who has showed me a hot uk deal.



with advice like that I suggest that you carry on lurking...





He is trying to be helpful by giving you the benefit of his experience.
#22
babymanor
i posted a 26inch m&s i viewer here last week for £199 and it went very cold yet with a five year warranty and im quite sure that the m&s model is better quality. sometimes this site amazes me.

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/m-s-deal-of-the-day-26-iviewer-hd-r/798366


Very strange, considering they are both essentially the same telly just this ones smaller, both by Cello too - http://www.celloiviewer.com/
#23
Leftfield_2k2
paul.jacobs
22" full HD - pointless


How did you work that out?
Full HD (1920x1080) in a small area just means a better dpi and in theory means a cracking looking picture in a small screen, ideal if your going to be viewing it close up imho.


Ideal TV for my 4ft x 6ft bedroom, the HD will look amazing
#24
babymanor
i posted a 26inch m&s i viewer here last week for £199 and it went very cold yet with a five year warranty and im quite sure that the m&s model is better quality. sometimes this site amazes me.


Votes go where the commision is...(_;)
#25
Moooorish
God how much more **** can you fit in one little box.

About as much as the TV police churn out on HUKD!!
#26
AuctionSniper
Moooorish
God how much more **** can you fit in one little box.

About as much as the TV police churn out on HUKD!!


LOL, I have never understood how people can call a jump from £200 to £700 for a telly (or anything where you are increasing the budget 300%) "spending a bit more"
I do love the mentality of if you are not buying the best you are a peasant or something, like the pinnacle of how great a person you are is based on your worldly possessions.
#27
Looks great for the Kitchen TBH. Do the live Iplayer channels work or is it just catch up ?
#28
What I want really is this sort of spec but with very basic pc functionality built in, intel atom or similar something that can do flash and browse the web. Then I could loose the laptop from the kitchen and have a decent sized screen in there for watching the news etc..
#29
I have a 22" UMC in my bedroom and it's been fine for nearly 3 years now, viewed from a distance of about 3m. This is a hot deal IMO, feature packed.

I can remember the days of 14" CRT TV's costing £200 (Sony Triniton ones at least) so either everyones eyesight is getting worse or people are just obsessed with size, is it a status thing?
#30
This looks like a very good set if it works well... This is particularly interesting, at a guess I think it may be able to stream divx from a windows shared folder perhaps?

http://www.celloiviewer.com/assets/code/50047
Can also access home computers


Edited By: bally12345 on Nov 17, 2010 13:55
#31
paul.jacobs
Leftfield_2k2
paul.jacobs
22" full HD - pointless

How did you work that out?
Full HD (1920x1080) in a small area just means a better dpi and in theory means a cracking looking picture in a small screen, ideal if your going to be viewing it close up imho.

Ideal TV for my 4ft x 6ft bedroom, the HD will look amazing

My god prisoners have more space than that. You’re not Osama bin Laden are you?
#32
Was tempted by this but then you only have to look at the contrast ratio number which is 1000:1. This directy relates to picture quality, check the same number from proper tv brands eg 50000:1 etc....
#33
Was £249.99 when I looked yesterday, but £174.99 today!
#34
I know it says 1080p but it says nothing about a HDMI slot
is there ?
:)
#35
Anyone buy one of these and manage to get the iViewer update to work? Mine stops going after a while and doesn't move - even after I left it an hour.
#36
ryanaldo17
I know it says 1080p but it says nothing about a HDMI slot
is there ?
:)


yes there is.
#37
Is anyone managing to stream iPlayer OK with theirs? Mine is painfully slow, not sure if it's my network or the TV at fault?

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