LG 15" 15W1R Wireless LCD TV was £549.99, now only £149.99 delivered + Quidco @ Play.com! - HotUKDeals
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Main Features:
802.11x Wireless Technology
35m Range
3 Hour Battery Life
Quick Release Desktop Stand
XGA Native Resolution 1024 x 768
Very Bright 450 cd/m
Contrast Ratio 500:1
Integrated Speakers 1.5W x 2
Scart, Composite and S-Video Display
Brightness: 450 cd/m
Contrast Ratio: 500:1
Viewing Angle: 160 / 130 degreees (H / V)
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Resolution: 1024 x 768
Size: 15"
Response Time: 16ms
Enhanced Line Doubler: Yes
Digital Comb Filter: 4H
Colour Temperature Control: Yes
Black Stretcher: Yes
EZ Picture / PSM: Dynamic, Standard, Mild, Night, User
Mono / Stereo / Dual: Yes
Audio Output: 1.5W x 2
Speaker System: 2 Channel
On Screen Equalizer: Yes
EZ Soundrite / AVL: Yes
EZ Sound / SSM: Flat, Music, Movie, Speech, User
Mute: Yes
Teletext: 10 Pages
EZ Scan (Auto Programming): Yes
Channel Labels: Yes
Favourite Channel: Yes
Sleep Timer: Yes
Flashback / Quick View: Yes
Integrated Terrestrial Tuner: 1 x Analogue
Child Lock: Yes
Rear AV Board: 1 x AV In (Composite Video) 1 x S-Video In 1 x Scart
Rear RF Input: Yes
Front AV Board: Headphone Out (3.5mm Jack)
Size With Stand (WxHxD mm): 454 x 340 x 201
AC input: 100-240V, 50 / 60Hz
Weight With Stand (kg): 4
Power Consumption: 55W
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wireless? how does that work :S
Details here.
Interesting :geek:
swafe acccording to the manf :
LG' s 15-inch LCD TV includes a built-in rechargeable battery and wireless AV center, enabling consumers to watch TV in any convenient location within a 115-ft transmission range from the AV center. The 15LW1R also integrates into a home network, allowing access to pictures and music stored on a remote PC. This unit receives crystal clear images and is PC and video game safe.

Sounds complicated
wireless? how does that work :S

Works just like a wireless av sender i think and the tv runs on a battery is this not correct ?
Works just like a wireless av sender i think and the tv runs on a battery is this not correct ?

might good for rooms where you dont want cables, esp power ones, like the bathroom or kitchen or maybe a conservatory....bear in mind its 4:3 ratio tho so any content which is 16:9 or 16:10 will mean the letterbox effect, which mean a VERY small piccy
Good price, clever technology, poor TV! That's a pity as the TV sounds like fun.

Would have been perfect for a job at work, if it would have been a few inches bigger.
I think ebuyer do something similar, on a smaller 7" but wide screen. No details to hand sorry
good concept, but they should of made the specifications on the TV higher e.g. Built-in Freeview, higher screen resolution and HD Ready.
Do you know if I can use it as a second monitor and connect it via VGA to my PC?
Do you know if I can use it as a second monitor and connect it via VGA to my PC?

prob not, the connection only has composite and scart...even after conversion (cable/seperate vga box with the right connections) the piccy would i suspect look awful.....lg and other manufacturers do hybrid tv/monitors which the correct connections for not much more than this tv anyway (obviously youll have cables to these)

read the reviews in the link too :roll:
If i have read the reviews right.... you can connect it to your PC via your wirless router
Good idea but battery aint gonna last long. 3 hours did it say
no longer available I think. No add to cart button?

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