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Viewsonic 3.5" TV With Freeview £39.99@Misco

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Viewsonic 3.5" TV With Freeview

VTV35 3.5" Pocket TV, is only 165g weight with a thickness of 1.4cm. It can be placed in a small pocket for convenient portability. Allow you to enjoy digital television entertainment, anywhere, anytime. VTV35 supports for the European digital TV systems DVB-T. Whether you are in Taiwan or traveling in a European country, such as Germany, the U.K., or Italy, the unit can receive TV signals, allowing you to enjoy digital TV entertainment when you are on business trip or travelling. Its high capacity 2400mAh lithium battery allows it to operate for 5 hours (using earphones) without recharging; therefore, you will not miss any of your favourite TV programs or ball games.
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#1
Why is this cold? I wish cold voters would say why so that the rest of us can learn from their secret wisdom :)
#2
Looks hot to me does this have to have a special aerial that you have to buy seperately ?
#3
Looks a good deal to me too have some Heat
#4
I doubt the Freeview signal is strong enough in most parts of the country to get a watchable signal on this. It usually requires a good quality roof aerial. That's not to say this isn't a good deal for those in strong signal areas.
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Predikuesi
Why is this cold? I wish cold voters would say why so that the rest of us can learn from their secret wisdom :)



Hasn't got a 60" screen :whistling:


It loks a good gadget to me, if it can get a clear signal and is watchable outside... voted hot
#6
3.5% at Quidco;-)
#7
Plus a minimum of £3.99 delivery.
#8
markbargain
I doubt the Freeview signal is strong enough in most parts of the country to get a watchable signal on this. It usually requires a good quality roof aerial. That's not to say this isn't a good deal for those in strong signal areas.


Freeview is being broadcast with ridiculously low power like 5-10 kW, comparing with 100-800 kW for analogue tv. This will hopefully change with digital switchover
#9
vitek;8966810
Freeview is being broadcast with ridiculously low power like 5-10 kW, comparing with 100-800 kW for analogue tv. This will hopefully change with digital switchover



That + FreeviewHD stopping me from getting a portable TV solution like this, also I expect battery technology needs to catch up etc.

Come 2012 when all analogue is off hopefully DVT/2 will be nice big boost.

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