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Enlight 32" LCD Barebones system @ ebuyer - only £209.00!

£209.00 @ Ebuyer
My first ever deal posted on here, but imo looks a good'n. Its a 32" LCD barebones system so you need other parts like a motherboard / cpu / memory / hard drive and OS to make to make it complete, … Read More
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7y, 3m agoFound 7 years, 3 months ago
My first ever deal posted on here, but imo looks a good'n.

Its a 32" LCD barebones system so you need other parts like a motherboard / cpu / memory / hard drive and OS to make to make it complete, but its perfect for those wanting a cheap all in one.

Bundle Includes:

* Enlight 32" LCD TV
* Integrated chassis at rear of TV for installation of MicroATX PC System
* 2x PCI TV Tuner Cards with Aerial
* Remote Control
* 300W PSU for PC
* Optical Drive Included
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#1
You've got to remember that this isn't just a 32" TV. It required a computer to work.
#2
I want one. Awesome could be a good second TV/computer if built properly.
#3
Nice, not seen something like this in years (anyone remeber Roldec in Wolverhampton?), doubt it would make a gaming machine tho.
#4
Good price
#5
Now I AM confused not having LCD myself.

Surely, if it has a built in tuner it works as a standalone i.e. WITHOUT a computer, doesn't it?

What do you need the computer for?
#6
rizla01
Now I AM confused not having LCD myself.

Surely, if it has a built in tuner it works as a standalone i.e. WITHOUT a computer, doesn't it?

What do you need the computer for?


This is just like a computer monitor - you can only watch TV if you get the PC part working and add a PC TV tuner.
#7
[COLOR="Red"]Customer note: This will not operate as a standard TV until it is a built system, requires motherboard/CPU/memory/hard drive/operating system to function. [/COLOR]

Bundle Includes:
•Enlight 32" LCD TV
•Integrated chassis at rear of TV for installation of MicroATX PC System
•2x PCI TV Tuner Cards with Aerial
•Remote Control
•300W PSU for PC
•Optical Drive Included

What the point of having 32 Inch screen if its not sharp enough for pc screen
It was here on HUKD for £249 and was voted cold by most voters.
http://media.pcadvisor.co.uk/cmsdata/reviews/120597/Acer_Aspire_Revo_with_monitor_360.jpg
#8
littld
This is just like a computer monitor - you can only watch TV if you get the PC part working and add a PC TV tuner.


what if you connect say a sky box or frieview box through HDMI? can it be used as a tv then?
#9
I don't think this has an external HDMI port - but can be connected via component.

Our company is purchasing one this week, so I'll post some photos up of the insides and connections.

Edit - does appear to have a hdmi on the side so I guess you have to have a cable running from the mount at the back to the side of the monitor. Thought there might be an internal connection...
#10
does any one know what cpu you can use in this what mobo does it have?

what hard drive goes 2.5 or full desktop hard drive?

regards
#11
From reading it seems you must use an intel motherboard - pref a s775 (although reported that 478 works too). AMD mobos seem to have problem booting.

Would guess 3.5" drive will fit.
#12
pixel resolution: 1366 x 768

That's rather low, no?
#13
GDB2222
pixel resolution: 1366 x 768

That's rather low, no?


It's HD 720p
#14
s775 are intel but ppl saying thier sticking amd cpu ? how does that work?
#15
think it doesnt come with a mobo

• Supports standard Micro ATX form factor motharboard (motherboard not included)

so iam guess you can use what ever mobo and cpu you want as long it will fit and keep it cool hard dive is

• 1x 3.5 inch HDD tray

and they give you a heat pipie for s 775 mobos

• Heat pipe for Intel socket 775 Included (can use alternative low profile coolers)

thought it came with a mobo too sorry for the confusion guys
#16
Chinny_racoon
It's HD 720p


I use a 1080p LCD TV as a monitor. I think you can just about get away with that for general PC use but any lower and web pages, Word docs etc start to look decidedly naff IMHO. If you've got a standard 19" monitor, try setting the display to 1024x768. Now imagine that magnified to 32" and you'll get some idea of the quality. That said, this would make a neat cheap and cheerful media center with the right components.
#17
littld;7802172
This is just like a computer monitor - you can only watch TV if you get the PC part working and add a PC TV tuner.


Thanks for the reply littld.

I still don't fully get it.
It comes with 2x PCI TV Tuner Cards with Aerial fitted. wouldn't you normally use the one in the 'puter or are these just MORE compatible with this display unit.

Surely it's wrong to call it a TV. It's just a 22" monitor, isn't it?
#18
Does anyone know how much all the parts needed will cost?
#19
RS2000
Does anyone know how much all the parts needed will cost?

Cheapest (old crap) you can have £44
http://www.play.com/PC/PCs/4-/12495595/ECS-GS7610-Socket-754-761GX-mATX-Motherboard-AMD-Athlon-64-3200+-Processor-Bundle/Product.html
Plus RAM and your old hard drive
Do not forget to add OS cost...:thumbsup:
#20
At the top Says
•Optical Drive Included

Then underneath
Slim optical drive bay (optical drive not included)


Either they are mixed up or there's room for two.
#21
Photos and more info with some questions answered on the bigpockets site where this was on sale for rather more:
http://www.bigpockets.co.uk/product.php?nav=6&product=TVL32202&title=EnLight+32+inch+HD+LCD+TV+%2F+Barebones+PC+Combined+%28TVL+322%29

Sounds as if adding the necessary PC bits, on OS and GB-PVR would make a really neat unit. Using half-height sat tuners or hybrid sat/DTT tuners would be more versatile than using the inbuilt DTT tuners.
#22
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/606385/extra-value-32-hd-ready-lcd-tv-free
Comes with TV Tuner...LOL
Much better option IMHO.
Attach a ACER REVO ar back for £149
Saves you a lot of trouble building this yourself.
#23
jaydeeuk1
From reading it seems you must use an intel motherboard - pref a s775 (although reported that 478 works too). AMD mobos seem to have problem booting.

Would guess 3.5" drive will fit.


There's a review on the Ebuyer site that says that they got it working with an AMD AM2 64 x2 and Win 7. :thumbsup:
#24
If it's anywhere near as fussy as my two Scaleo Es (barebone media centres) from eBuyer have been, don't touch it with a bargepole
#25
bibu
Cheapest (old crap) you can have £44
http://www.play.com/PC/PCs/4-/12495595/ECS-GS7610-Socket-754-761GX-mATX-Motherboard-AMD-Athlon-64-3200+-Processor-Bundle/Product.html
Plus RAM and your old hard drive
Do not forget to add OS cost...:thumbsup:


So..err...if I stuck that lot (plus ram and HD) into this monitor, could I play my PS3 on it?

I'm really confused!
#26
Sounds rubbish.

I wouldn't risk it. I'd try what Bibu is suggesting instead
#27
You can get a 32" TV for not much more - dont see the point!
#28
stewhites
Nice, not seen something like this in years (anyone remeber Roldec in Wolverhampton?), doubt it would make a gaming machine tho.


Roldec?
#29
Sorry - idiot post.
#30
you can easily turn monitor to a tv. Obviously, its gonna use vga port not hdmi. You can use a device called external tvcard, which cost around a tenner. To name a few would be. Sunwin, Gadmei. etc.
#31
That looks like an awfully cold deal, sorry OP.

A cheap white label 32 inch monitor which you can shove a motherboard and other PC components in to make it work, and build effectively your own media center.

If I want a media center, the screen is one of the most important parts of it, so I would choose that on its own merits, with all the right inputs/AV connections etc. and hook a separate media center PC up to it over HDMI. Far more control (as well as space) over the components that way.

I'm completely underwhelmed.
#32
Not really sure by the time you build this and put in an OS that you are really saving any money. These were posted a few months ago by Bigpockets, and it seems that you don't even get a manual on how to build them. So by the time you have put in your motherboard, hard drive and OS may not be worth the bother, if you are upgrading your own PC, thus have some bits left over then it could be worth the hassle. Otherwise, you could simply buy a 32" TV and then add a nice REVO PC on the back of it as they come with mounting kits :)

But a nice 1st try with the posting, I think it is cheaper than Bigpockets were selling them

Voted hot by the way, as it is cheaper than the last posting, and if like all the others are saying should be a doddle to put together if you ar ethat way inclined. I would not vote cold simply because I could not be bothered to build it.
#33
Interesting solution for some people.
Please don't be negative because it doesnt suit your needs.

Self building a Micro- ATX or even Mini-ITX can p### all over a Nettop for higher end use, but then if you only need something basic, the Revo is fine.

And there's always something better coming along if you're not in a hurry.
#34
wimdows
That looks like an awfully cold deal, sorry OP.

A cheap white label 32 inch monitor which you can shove a motherboard and other PC components in to make it work, and build effectively your own media center.

If I want a media center, the screen is one of the most important parts of it, so I would choose that on its own merits, with all the right inputs/AV connections etc. and hook a separate media center PC up to it over HDMI. Far more control (as well as space) over the components that way.

I'm completely underwhelmed.


Sorry but people arn't going to avoid this because it doesnt suit yours or my needs.

This could be bolted on a wall or put up on a shelf, to loop video, photos or advertisements 24/7, in a school, an oily workshop, waiting room, where the owner and audience dont care about pixal resolution. Simple, tidy solution, albeit if you've got some hardware and installation skills.
Some of the solutions I've seen in waiting rooms have been overkill, and cost well over £1k.
#35
There are much better and cheaper alternatives to this. There's the Aspire Revo for a start, I've got an old Dell Optiplex SX270 Small Form Factor PC connected up to my telly and it does everything you could want of it including hi-def. Cost £45 plus £10 for some extra RAM and £25 for a wireless keyboard / mouse combo. Looks fine next to the Xbox, most people don't even notice it.
#36
Gold Feet
Sorry but people arn't going to avoid this because it doesnt suit yours or my needs.

This could be bolted on a wall or put up on a shelf, to loop video, photos or advertisements 24/7, in a school, an oily workshop, waiting room, where the owner and audience dont care about pixal resolution. Simple, tidy solution, albeit if you've got some hardware and installation skills.
Some of the solutions I've seen in waiting rooms have been overkill, and cost well over £1k.


You're right, not just your or my needs, but those will be the needs of I'd say 90% of the people here, who would want this in their home. Don't think too many people on HUKD have their own waiting room, do you?
#37
makkax1
There are much better and cheaper alternatives to this. There's the Aspire Revo for a start, I've got an old Dell Optiplex SX270 Small Form Factor PC connected up to my telly and it does everything you could want of it including hi-def. Cost £45 plus £10 for some extra RAM and £25 for a wireless keyboard / mouse combo. Looks fine next to the Xbox, most people don't even notice it.



How do you get the revo inside the TV, do you have a link to this TV?

http://img.auctiva.com/imgdata/1/2/4/0/8/4/webimg/326989207_o.jpg


If you had your own business you would be specced about £1k for a similar solution, and your audience probably arn't going to care about 720p or quality of the panel.
#38
wimdows
You're right, not just your or my needs, but those will be the needs of I'd say 90% of the people here, who would want this in their home. Don't think too many people on HUKD have their own waiting room, do you?



I'm sure there are plenty of self employed people here or people in the position to buy for an organization, club or school.
A waiting room is just one example of many uses.

And yes it would be crap for average HTPC enthusiast, but this is not an HTPC forum.
What your paying extra for here is a 'one off' chassis & PSU built into a TV. Hence it cant be compared to a revo, unless theres a TV out there that can be opened up and slot in a revo.
In the dawn of small form factor PCs, you would have paid £150 for a small PSU and enclosure alone. You still can for mini-itx.
#39
Gold Feet
How do you get the revo inside the TV, do you have a link to this TV?

http://img.auctiva.com/imgdata/1/2/4/0/8/4/webimg/326989207_o.jpg


If you had your own business you would be specced about £1k for a similar solution, and your audience probably arn't going to care about 720p or quality of the panel.


Most people are home users so I was just suggesting an alternative.
A Revo is designed to fit on the back of a telly isn't it? This looks wider than you average LCD too. If you can build this then I'm pretty sure you'd be capable of running a wire from a PC to a wall mounted monitor!
#40
Gold Feet
How do you get the revo inside the TV?


Why would you need to? I appreciate this is a fully integrated solution (well, you have to assemble the ****** first, but let's ignore that hurdle for a minute), but I really don't see why someone with an own business, waiting room, reception area whatever, couldn't hide a Revo behind the reception desk and simply run a HDMI cable. You need power for it anyway, so if you hang it on a wall, and want to hide the cabling in trunking, easy enough to cram the HDMI lead along with it.

Not trying to be awkward, I seriously don't see the added value, especially as you are taking a massive risk (IMHO) with a completely unknown screen.

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