Half Price LCD 22" TV With Freeview and 160Gb Hard Disk .... - HotUKDeals
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Following on from yesterdays funny cat fight about cheap TV's... That turn out NOT to be in stock....

I saw this - now I only watch Tom & Jerry on TV, so I can't proclaim to be an expert as to what is worth the money and what isn't and if one 'Brand Name of Whiskers, (say) is any beter than 'Go-Cat' 0- BUT one thing is for sure, this littel beauty will even record Tom and Jerry for me, so that I can show it to my captures who continue to dangle stupid things in frontt of me in the hope that I will entertain them!

Well, HUH! I have had enough of that and now I'm off to Empire to get myself a little bit of Bill Oddies Bird watching!

Purrrrfect - if I don't mind saying so myself!

Hope you like it too.

Meeeeeeeow for now.

Puuurrrrrrrr

This stylish 22" HD Ready Widescreen LCD TV has a 160Gb Hard Disk built-in so you can record your favourite programmes at the touch of a button, plus with an Integrated Digital TV Tuner it's ideal for any household.


£219.99

Was: £499.99
Save: £280
Finance Available from £7.99
Delivery From Only: £12.99
Availability : In Stock
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#1
It probably - on reflection isn't the best brand name in the world, and the delivery charge is a pain...... But I dunno??

Still quite curiously interested?

(You know what curiosity did to the cat though don't you!?)

Hmmmm....

Well, we live in hope!!

:)
#2
cloudthecat
It probably - on reflection isn't the best brand name in the world, and the delivery charge is a pain...... But I dunno??

Still quite curiously interested?

(You know what curiosity did to the cat though don't you!?)

Hmmmm....

Well, we live in hope!!

:)


Just to remind you...

http://www.explosm.net/db/files/Comics/Matt/curiosity-killed-the-cat.png
#3
curiosity may have killed the moggy but i still wonder how it died!!
#5
Voted cold because of the word 'LOOK!' in the subject line
#6
I wonder why it didnt sell out at £499 :lol:
#7
10 pages...
#8
After reading the Amazon customer review ..............I'm out
#9
[SIZE=3]Prestigio P7220HDD-D :-D:w00t::x[/SIZE]
#10
starsparkle2311
Only Duncan and Theo left now.................


LOL:)
#11
starsparkle2311;3099651
Only Duncan and Theo left now.................


What about The Grumpy Woman?
#12
To be fair that Amazon review sounds like it was written by a numpty. This was posted on this site a while back at £249 and people who actually own this TV said how good it was, this TV will also play DivX and XviD as well as MP3/WMA files from the HDD and USB.

I have been looking for a 22" TV/DVD combo for the bedroom and this with the 160GB HDD with DivX capability is on the top of my list at the moment, HOT deal from me.

Also there is a brief review of its features on You Tube
http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=HhHHGZuyi4c
#13
starsparkle2311
Did I miss yet another HUKD battle of the tech-heads, show me the link, please!:-D



If I knew how to do it i would, but there was a right old cat-fuffle with another TV that Play.com had going for £199 yesterday, and everybody's fur got in a twist!!

LOL

:p
#14
Revised Comment: After a substantial search I came across a Croatian web site with a detailed review of this tv and I feel very different about it now. The set does actually everything I need: 22" TV with 160 HDD recording with time shift, Analog/Freeview, USB port, VGA, HDMI, Scart, RCA composite, Headphone socket. It will play DivX (Xvid) and MP3/WMA files from the USB port (I am not sure if you can copy files from/to the HDD). I will order a set and if it arrives soon, I can report more details.
#15
As my brother in law ( & loads on here too) would say "ooh I wouldn't buy one of those", for no reason other than it's not a Sony or Panasonic!!
#16
Strangely this was voted hot when it was £30 more expensive!

Hot from me :thumbsup:

As was posted on the other deal thread a couple of weeks back if you want to pick it up in store you may be able to get the online price... someone who bought one managed this.
#17
Would be a lot hotter if it had a second freeview tuner but still sounds a pretty nifty piece of kit for the price.

This TV got a pretty decent write up on this forum when posted a few weeks ago so I think this is worth a punt.
#18
pet2000
Revised Comment: After a substantial search I came across a Croatian web site with a detailed review of this tv and I feel very different about it now. The set does actually everything I need: 22" TV with 160 HDD recording with time shift, Analog/Freeview, USB port, VGA, HDMI, Scart, RCA composite, Headphone socket. It will play DivX (Xvid) and MP3/WMA files from the USB port (I am not sure if you can copy files from/to the HDD). I will order a set and if it arrives soon, I can report more details.


Yes it will copy DivX/XviD to the HDD from the USB, you can also transfer any recordings made from the TV onto the HDD back to the USB too, it's basically a full multimedia solution.

This TV also fitted the bill for me too and I ordered one today, my delivery slot has been given for Monday.
#19
Can't find the other thread...anyone?
#20
#21
starsparkle2311
Hahahaha x What are they like?:-D


What does that mean? :?
#22
Voted hot, was just about to post this. It's a very attractive screen and a decent size for the price. The 160GB HD is just a nice bonus (a rather unnecessary one for me!)
1 Like #23
Got mine this morning, so far I'm quite impressed. It looks like it is made by Philips as it is made in the Netherlands and it also comes with the same screen cleaning cloth that my Philips plasma came with.

Build quality seems good and better than the Okishi 22" TV/DVD combi that my dad bought a couple of weeks ago, the only complaint is the stand seems a bit flimsy and is not fully removable for wall mounting with the neck still attached to the TV.

Picture quality seems ok, not the best I have ever seen but good enough. The sound quality is feeble as is usual with most LCD screens but I am connecting it to a stereo system anyway so not a problem for me.

All channels both analogue and digital tuned in fine and the HDD works with no hitches at all, so far only tried instant recording and EPG recording. Those wanting to record 1 channel while watching another will need to look elsewhere as this only has 1 tuner, but for the bedroom this is ace.

All in all a very nice TV with plenty of features and potential

Now seems to be out of stock but other retailers may drop the price soon.
#24
technoflump
Got mine this morning, so far I'm quite impressed. It looks like it is made by Philips as it is made in the Netherlands and it also comes with the same screen cleaning cloth that my Philips plasma came with.

Build quality seems good and better than the Okishi 22" TV/DVD combi that my dad bought a couple of weeks ago, the only complaint is the stand seems a bit flimsy and is not fully removable for wall mounting with the neck still attached to the TV.

Picture quality seems ok, not the best I have ever seen but good enough. The sound quality is feeble as is usual with most LCD screens but I am connecting it to a stereo system anyway so not a problem for me.

All channels both analogue and digital tuned in fine and the HDD works with no hitches at all, so far only tried instant recording and EPG recording. Those wanting to record 1 channel while watching another will need to look elsewhere as this only has 1 tuner, but for the bedroom this is ace.

All in all a very nice TV with plenty of features and potential

Now seems to be out of stock but other retailers may drop the price soon.


Thanks for the review technoflump :) This is showing as 'in stock' now.
1 Like #25
No problem:thumbsup:

I have just tried loading stuff onto the HDD from the USB and it's not the most user friendly of experiences but it works, but the transfer rate is very slooow.

I have tried connecting a Sandisk MP3 player to it and it was able to read and transfer mp3 files across no problem and I also connected my Archos 504 media player and this worked too. I was also able to play both music and video files directly from either player without having to transfer the files to the TV's HDD first.

From what I can tell the PVR will also record from external sources ie through the SCART socket and S-Video socket and those files can then also be transferred via USB, it seems that the possibilities are quite extensive.

Just realised there is no CI slot so you cannot put in a Setanta cam, this is Freeview only
#26
technoflump
No problem:thumbsup:

I have just tried loading stuff onto the HDD from the USB and it's not the most user friendly of experiences but it works, but the transfer rate is very slooow.

I have tried connecting a Sandisk MP3 player to it and it was able to read and transfer mp3 files across no problem and I also connected my Archos 504 media player and this worked too. I was also able to play both music and video files directly from either player without having to transfer the files to the TV's HDD first.

From what I can tell the PVR will also record from external sources ie through the SCART socket and S-Video socket and those files can then also be transferred via USB, it seems that the possibilities are quite extensive.

Just realised there is no CI slot so you cannot put in a Setanta cam, this is Freeview only


Just wanted to say thanks and repped for the post. I'm still dithering over this or the dell 24" Monitor...I would use it only for XBox really so I suppose the HDD etc is just added extras

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