21.6" FULL HD 1080p LCD TV with Freeview - **EDIT** NOW even cheaper - £120 @ Tesco Direct
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21.6" FULL HD 1080p LCD TV with Freeview - **EDIT** NOW even cheaper - £120 @ Tesco Direct

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Found 16th Mar 2010Made hot 16th Mar 2010
UMC 21.6" FULL HD 1080p LCD TV with Freeview ***EDIT***: now £120 with £10 off code TDX-GD55
posted before at £149.99 but Amazing value now!!!
260 clubcard points (1000 extra points MAY work too if you dont use £10 code, TDXR-5P33)
Topcashback / Quidco 3% too
Free delivery to store
Good reviews
Experience gaming in FULL HD with the UMC 21.6" LCD TV. This LCD screen functions as either a TV or PC monitor, and comes in a stylish gloss black finish. The HD ready TV features NICAM stereo sound, built-in Freeview and has 1920x1080 resolution. It also has a 1000:1 contrast ratio, auto install function, parental lock, sleep timer, and a VGA PC input. The UMC 21.6" LCD TV has 1 HDMI connection, 1 SCART socket and can be wall-mounted.

39 Comments

Original Poster

wow!!!!! now £10 off

good price! please explain the extra 1000 points? how does that work?

Original Poster

1000 points for over £100 pound spend, worth a try, (only works on some accounts) if not £5 off code instead

my son has this in his bedroom.A good tv

hot from me, i was looking for a 21-23"full hd monitor but...£130 with freeview too!

good price

It's a shame it doesn't have a HD receiver.

Good find, been looking for one of these, have ordered

Great TV, have one in my bedroom. I got one when it was £150 and you got £50 back from tesco direct in shopping vouchers.

hotmik;8123534

over £100 pound spend try it



Have you tried it?

Sorry, the eCoupon could not be accepted as you do not qualify for this … Sorry, the eCoupon could not be accepted as you do not qualify for this promotion. Tip: Please ensure that your account has your most up to date Clubcard details set in the ‘My Account’ section to ensure that we verify your details correctly.

Original Poster

just tried it works on my account, I got sent this code sent to me with clubcard vouchers

joedredd;8124820

It's a shame it doesn't have a HD receiver.



Shame it doesnt have a built in blue ray, freesat HD, internet, coffe maker and a personal magician............ but it is £130......

Good price for a very good television. If this promotion follows last summer's it will go even lower.

Ideal heat added i know these tv`s aint as good as decent branded stuff but this is £75 cheaper orderd for kitchen got 260 points on my account too :thumbsup:

good find OP - h and r added - though it should have taken your score to 160+, instead it went to 152! So someone is voting cold - why??

shareef;8125103

Shame it doesnt have a built in blue ray, freesat HD, internet, coffe … Shame it doesnt have a built in blue ray, freesat HD, internet, coffe maker and a personal magician............ but it is £130......



not to mention ball scratcher and leg massager

Is there a model number for this to check the small details and I guess it can handle hdcp. Wondering if it can work with a pc

got a 20 inch LG tv from dabs last week for £99 but wasn't full hd so this is a good deal.

ahotukdeal;8126278

got a 20 inch LG tv from dabs last week for £99 but wasn't full hd so … got a 20 inch LG tv from dabs last week for £99 but wasn't full hd so this is a good deal.


Got a very nice 19" LG TV from Richer Sounds for £140 last week. Bargain!

shareef;8125103

Shame it doesnt have a built in blue ray, freesat HD, internet, coffe … Shame it doesnt have a built in blue ray, freesat HD, internet, coffe maker and a personal magician............ but it is £130......


Personal Magician...now that'd be a great feature.

I've bought one now anyway after pondering the need for 1080P on a screen I'll rarely if ever use for 1080P

does this TV have a sky remote code. Need for bedroom where we use the magic eye set up so use of the sky remote important for us.

I have emailed the manufacturer as they state on their website that the new v9 skyhd remotes will have the codes programmed on them.

A useful thread on avforums avforums.com/for…tml

Has to be hot!

Been looking for a monitor for my son & daughter that was full HD and HDMI, hopefully this will be perfect (ordered). But can return if not.....

Anyone know if I'll be able to connect the sound out from the PC into the back of the TV or will I still need to use speakers?

Heat added!

The Lone Ranger;8127035

Been looking for a monitor for my son & daughter that was full HD and … Been looking for a monitor for my son & daughter that was full HD and HDMI, hopefully this will be perfect (ordered). But can return if not.....Anyone know if I'll be able to connect the sound out from the PC into the back of the TV or will I still need to use speakers?Heat added!



The sound from PC can be connected but the TV is nothing special when used as a monitor.

I got it for £100 (£150 with £50 of Tesco gift vouchers) last year and it was a reasonable buy at that price. £125 is OK but not a spectacular bargain. It's very much a bottom end of the market machine.

tony_s1;8127084

The sound from PC can be connected but the TV is nothing special when … The sound from PC can be connected but the TV is nothing special when used as a monitor.


When you say "nothing special" do you mean it doesn't look very good or no better than other monitors? I want to use it at 1920 X 1080 resolution and was hoping it would fair well.

tony_s1;8127084

I got it for £100 (£150 with £50 of Tesco gift vouchers) last year and it … I got it for £100 (£150 with £50 of Tesco gift vouchers) last year and it was a reasonable buy at that price. £125 is OK but not a spectacular bargain. It's very much a bottom end of the market machine.


I thought for £125 it was a good deal, I don't think you can get a Full HD TV that can be used as a monitor for £125. But if it doesn't work well as a monitor at the resolution I want to use, it will be going back.

I don't see why it shouldn't work as well as a monitor?

thinking of getting this for the bedroom, If anyone has already got one can you tell me if it can tilt forwards on the stand? as the one I got for the lads room is rubbish if you look at it from an angle.

Thanks

Is there an "audio out" on this TV, meaning you could work around the lack of a headphone socket?

The Lone Ranger;8128396

When you say "nothing special" do you mean it doesn't look very good or … When you say "nothing special" do you mean it doesn't look very good or no better than other monitors? I want to use it at 1920 X 1080 resolution and was hoping it would fair well.I thought for £125 it was a good deal, I don't think you can get a Full HD TV that can be used as a monitor for £125. But if it doesn't work well as a monitor at the resolution I want to use, it will be going back.



Mine has a very poor picture as a monitor. It may just be that I got a bad one so try it and see.

wesker115;8130663

Is there an "audio out" on this TV, meaning you could work around the … Is there an "audio out" on this TV, meaning you could work around the lack of a headphone socket?



Not sure if it does have an audio out, but that has been my main problem with the TV. Whatever I do I can't get it to work through headphones.

Picked my tv up today well pleased for the money only thing that lets it down is the lightweight tacky remote.Looks and sounds well on my kitchen wall i purchased a tilting bracket from b&m for £6.99 fits a treat :thumbsup: tried it on my pc but my samsung syncmaster is way better than this umc so ill stick with my sammy

Got it today, bit narked that its now a fiver cheaper though. :x
We bought it mainly as a monitor. Gave it a quick spin as a TV and the freeview channels looked reasonable. The stand is a bit crap because its not adjustable, but other than that can't complain too much.

When I plugged it into a PC the recommended screen size was 1440 X 900, but it let me select 1920 X 1080 (which is the main reason I bought it) and it looks fine. Does anyone know why the PC would recommend a lower resolution?

Oh this is tempting!

The Lone Ranger;8144025

When I plugged it into a PC the recommended screen size was 1440 X 900, … When I plugged it into a PC the recommended screen size was 1440 X 900, but it let me select 1920 X 1080 (which is the main reason I bought it) and it looks fine. Does anyone know why the PC would recommend a lower resolution?



depends what gfx card you have

mickymcd;8140107

Picked my tv up today well pleased for the money only thing that lets it … Picked my tv up today well pleased for the money only thing that lets it down is the lightweight tacky remote.Looks and sounds well on my kitchen wall i purchased a tilting bracket from b&m for £6.99 fits a treat :thumbsup: tried it on my pc but my samsung syncmaster is way better than this umc so ill stick with my sammy



Could you try and explain the difference in quality?

I currently have a Philips 200WS (20.1") and I'm wondering whether there would be much difference in quality. I want to play my PS3 on my monitor but, as the Philips is non-HDCP, it's very awkward.

I'm tempted to sell that and buy this as a solution, but only if the monitor quality is about the same because that would be it's primary use.

still coming up at £125 with the £5 disc code deducted allready how do you get it for 120?

Original Poster

use new code! TDX-GD55

hotmik;8156040

use new code! TDX-GD55



Worked for me thanks. Was going for the £99 sainsburys tv but this is a lot better and in stock :thumbsup:. Thanks

I brought this tv and having a few troubles with freeview, I get like 54% signal which is fine on BBC channels but itv four five etc... Simply don't work play for about a second then freeze, my old freeview box coped on my old tv, only one it didn't get was film 4, and my samsuing downstairs is the same, has this just got a poor reciever or is it the tv, how much signal does anyone else have for it to be working fine?
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