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 £179.99 delivered@ebuyer - HotUKDeals
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£10 cheaper than last time it was posted.

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 the ethernet cable or Wi-Fi dongle both of which are supplied in the box.

BBC iPlayer
Conveniently and easily catch up with BBC radio and television programmes from the past 7 days.

YouTube/Twitter
At your fingertips the leader 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.
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#1
Could do with something a bit bigger but not bad for those happy with 22 inches. Not bad at all!
#2
also plays any file you throw at it inc mkv
#3
This same 'deal' is posted every two weeks, was cheaper last time it was posted:

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/cello-c22101dvb-ip-iviewer-22-inch-/813908
#4
DVD player built in and I would be in
#5
nice package
#6
lostboybinns
DVD player built in and I would be in


+1

Would be perfect for my lad if it had Dvd built in. Still Hot tho :)

Edited By: toibs on Dec 17, 2010 08:44
3 Likes #7
Hang on... I posted this a fiver cheaper and it was frosty! How is this up to 200C???
#8
just ordered mine with free delivery as well, also has sky player functionality, what a bargain
#9
Looks like a decent system. Much easier than having an entire computer hooked up in your bedroom/kitchen.

What's the cheapest this has been?
#10
Is this UPNP too?
#11
This works very well from Tversity and Windows Media Player over LAN Cable, but the WIFI dongle seems to be very poor even with full strength using iPlayer and streaming.

Nice all in one device, Wish I had one, but had a good play with my dads recently bought one, which he paid £220 IIRC.
banned#12
Great deal thanks
#13
Is there anyway to use your existing tv and wi-fi to get access to iPlayer etc?
#14
This is the exact same tvs as marks and Spencer own brand as they are made by cello,I have read some poor reviews of the internet function, check m and s viewer I think someone posted on hotdeals before,it put me off,
#15
Does this do the live streamed iplayer tv channels ?
#16
They have a 32" for £289 in case anyone wondered.
1 Like #17
rutson
Hang on... I posted this a fiver cheaper and it was frosty! How is this up to 200C???
I for one will surely be hanging on for this kind of injustice must end.
A person posting a deal for cheaper receives only a frosty reception whilst someone posting the same deal for a greater price gets a fire lit under their backside. This practice must be investigated for dealism.oO. We need justice (or some sort of life anyway)
#18
infiniteal
jalso has sky player functionality, what a bargain

how do you know this if you dont mind me asking?
cos if it does this will be the most perfect tv for a bedroom...
#19
Sorry for asking a stupid question...but could anyone tell me whether i can plug a PC to it??
#20
It says access your home pc
if this is done via wireless, then it kicks of your PC wirless off the web
#21
infiniteal
also plays any file you throw at it inc mkv


Where did you find that out, I can't find any info. Was trying to see if that is off the USB or streaming over the network.
#22
Can any of the onwers tell me what Wi-Fi encryption protocols the dongle supports ? e.g WPA etc. Also how it performs sharing files from the PC ? I have a NAS drive on my network which I have all my pics, music, videos etc on. I just want to be able to stream these to the TV.
#23
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.
#24
Stevie_72
Can any of the onwers tell me what Wi-Fi encryption protocols the dongle supports ? e.g WPA etc. Also how it performs sharing files from the PC ? I have a NAS drive on my network which I have all my pics, music, videos etc on. I just want to be able to stream these to the TV.


Not sure about wireless. It just gets you to select your SSID from a list and asks you to enter your 'encryption key'. Media streaming is via UPnP which suits me as my media server supports that.
#25
Thanks for the info Pete, good to know it uses UPnP. Coul you tell me what wireless encryption you use ? e.g WEP, WPA WPA2 etc. Or if you never set up the wireless youself, could you tell me who your broadband supplier is ? That way I can suss out what their default encryption protocol is.

Many thanks.

Regards,

Stevie
#26
Just checked and the network is running WPA-Personal with TKIP encryption.
#27
perfect - exactly what I am using. Thanks you very much Pete - have a good one.
#28
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?
#29
Just thought I would put an update here on how I am getting on with this TV.

I was using the supplied Wi-Fi dongle to stream iPlayer, which to be honest was a bit hit and miss. Not only for iPlayer but for video content you have on your home network. Sometimes it would stream perfectly - other times it would buffer for maybe 4 -5 minutes before playing, which I would regard as unusable.

I contacted the support agent, who gave me a total fob off that because the widgets could access data on the web e.g facebook, BBC News then the Wi-Fi dongles was working. I argued that yes it may be working - but not at it's full capacity or it may have an intermittent fault.

Anyway - after drilling a few holes and feeding some CAT5 through the wall cavities it now works perfectly. So if you are buying this, and want to use the web content a lot.........ensure you can connect it via CAT5 and don't rely too much on the dongle.
#30
Hi Stevie, I've found exactly the same. Over 802.11g it would buffer for several minutes before playing literally three seconds before having to buffer again, and so on. Totally unusable. I moved the TV next to my router and plugged it in via ethernet and it was fine.

I complained to customer support and they sent a replacement wifi dongle but it was no better. I found out the dongle was 802.11n, so I tried a new 802.11n router but that only made a marginal improvement.

So I'm now using this as an excuse to run CAT5 all around the house, after which it should work perfectly. I might even get the 32" version for the bedroom.

I've got 2TB of movies/TV shows on a media center and it streams from it nicely. Most other DLNA TVs won't play HD MKVs which this does, the only problem is with DTS audio which it can't decode so I've been converting those files to AC3 with this: http://www.videohelp.com/tools/PopCorn_MKV_AudioConverter

Let me know how you get on with yours. Other than the wireless issues I think it's a great unit and a total bargain for what it can do.

Pete

Edited By: PeteW on Jan 18, 2011 13:33
#31
Hi Pete,

I was already using a 802.11n router, so I guess their dongle or driver (or both) are pants.
Do you have the sky player widget ? I see this advertised for the larger screen versions of the TV but just wondered if it was a myth....?
#32
I don't think so, but I haven't looked out for it as I don't have Sky. Will check when I get home.
#33
Nope, checked are there's no Sky Player. Hopefully they'll add it in a future update.
#34
Cheers...
#35
Can anyone tell me if you can programme the sky remote to change the volume please?
#36
Sorry southwell65, I am not using mine with sky so have't tried it. I have read on a forum somewhere a guy had put the remote code, I will try to remember where and let you know.
#37
Thanks stevie_72... much appreciated.
#38
pimpMe
This same 'deal' is posted every two weeks, was cheaper last time it was posted:

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/cello-c22101dvb-ip-iviewer-22-inch-/813908


Just shows what a difference it makes when different people are on here looking...one 'repeat deal' gets over 300 degrees, the other only 12....
#39
Ebuyer did not post my review as it was factually negative and i suspect some of the reviews are written by their own staff as the reviews shown bare very little correct information. A good idea for a product but poorley made with major components being cheap .

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