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£245 Enlight 32" LCD MONITOR Barebone @ Ebuyer
£245 Enlight 32" LCD MONITOR Barebone @ Ebuyer

£245 Enlight 32" LCD MONITOR Barebone @ Ebuyer

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Another great offer from Ebuyer!!! The 32" Elonex LCD Barebone system.

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.

LCD TV

• 32” flat-panel LCD display products with life-like colors, pixel resolution: 1366 x 768

• 16:9 full screen aspect ratio and wide 170° horizontal and 170° vertical viewing angles

• High brightness (500 cd/㎡) and quality contrast (1200:1) for an incredible picture

• HDTV capable (480p, 720p, 1080i)

• OSD language Options: English, Complex Chinese, Simplified Chinese, French, German, Spanish

• Video features: CATV (181CH), 2D Comb Filter, Graphic Mode, HDMI Mode, V-chip, CCD, PIP/POP/2

• Audio features: MTS, SRS, SPEAKER (10W x 2)

• Cr, Cb, Y/Pr, Pb, Y input and HDMI at side

• Monitor switch at side

• 280W silent power supply for screen

• Remote Control Included(Microsoft MCE), foot stand Included

10 Comments

Original Poster

Lambdatek has it on sale for £239.80 including VAT and del. and ]here

do we trust lambdatek?

What's the quality of the TV like? Not much point in spending £300-400 on a media centre system if the screen is lousy.

thinks - if I wanted a nice 32'' ' tv, Id probably get the Samsung for not so much more at Richer Sounds.

equalityforall;7013970

thinks - if I wanted a nice 32'' ' tv, Id probably get the Samsung for … thinks - if I wanted a nice 32'' ' tv, Id probably get the Samsung for not so much more at Richer Sounds.



So would I! BTW, this was listed earlier this week under a different make (can't remember which).

So basically this is a 32" PC monitor?

John Locke;7014003

So basically this is a 32" PC monitor?



According to the previous listing this doesn't power up without the pc components. That means it cannot be used as a pc monitor without buying extra, at least that is what I understood.

This looks a dog of a product. According to the questions listed on the bigpockets site (where it was listed previously), you need to be a computer wizz to put it together and it doesn't even get supplied with instructions

John Locke;7014003

So basically this is a 32" PC monitor?



It's a TV screen with a low profile PC case on the back of it and an included TV Card.

It's basically the same idea as sticking a PC underneath or on the back of your TV (like it's popular to do with the Acer Aspire Revo) except it's all nicely integrated and ergonomic with the DVD/Blu-Ray slot on the front and similar.

It's a great idea, but considering you need to spend £200-300 on PC components to complete it I'd ask myself whether it was worth it for what's likely to be an entry level TV (although the picture processing may be good if they're using the PC's CPU for it).

It's definitely not a monitor, the 1366x768 resolution is laughable compared to the usual 2560x1600 of 30" screens and will look pretty poor at normal monitor viewing distances.

Voted Cold because of the low resolution and high price.
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