Ebuyer Extra Value 19" Silver TV Widescreen - £94.83
Ebuyer Extra Value 19" Silver TV Widescreen - £94.83

Ebuyer Extra Value 19" Silver TV Widescreen - £94.83

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The pictures show a 17" panel, but the description is of a 19". The description also states DVI but I can't see that connector on the pictures.

19" Panel (CMO/AU) * Resolution: 1440*900 @ 75Hz * Response Time: 8ms * Brightness: 300cd/m2 * Contrast Ration: 500:1 * View Angle (H/V): 150/130 * Input Signal: VGA/DVI * Control Manner: OSD * Colour: 16.3M * N.W: 7.0kg * G.W: 8.0kg


The pictures show it as a 17", I too cannot see any DVi connection. No mention of an analogue or freeview tuner either.

Categorised under TFT monitors would make me think it's not a 19" LCD TV for that price.

The pictures are different when you click more images as to the original picture.

I think the more images are wrong - and that it's a 19". And if not, I would complain if they didn't deliver a 19" LCD TV as they have advertised.

are these likely to be widescreen, 1440 x 900 works out at 16 x 10, the same as my Samsung 19" lcd tv which is widescreen ?


With that resolution i would say it is a widescreen.

It must be the 19" version because the 17" version is this: ]http//ww…176

It's actually more expensive too.

Out of stock

Voted hot and rep given - great find and great price!
Managed to order one before they went out of stock:-D
Fingers crossed.

The make is Vistron and ebuyer have a newer, higher specced model here

well, mine was delivered today but it isn't a TV and it's not even silver
they sent me a 19" black LCD monitor... oh joy !

Mine delivered as well, paid extra for the next day delivery, waited in for it and bingo mine too isn't a tv its a 19" silver LCD monitor!!!!!!!!

I received an email today saying the item is out of stock, even though there were 8 in stock when it was processed and I received a confirmation email that they had taken my money and that it would be delivered within 5 working days.
Ebuyer must be guilty of breaching the Trades Description Act and hopefully should be legally obliged to honour my purchase with an equivalent product to that advertised which was a Vistron 19" LCD TV/monitor (in the description it had a TV aerial input)???

It seems ebuyer's terms and conditions allow them to wriggle out of this 'sale' if they notify you within 14 days of the order that the item is no longer available even if they have already taken monies and confirmed the order and given a despatch date.
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