Technika 22" HD Ready LCD TV with built-in Freeview & iPod dock LCD22-308 £159.97 at Tesco

Technika 22" HD Ready LCD TV with built-in Freeview & iPod dock LCD22-308 £159.97 at Tesco

Found 28th Jul 2009
Also Technika 22" LCD TV with built-in Freeview, DVD player & iPod Dock 22-218 for £189.97

Auto Install Yes
Brand Technika
Colour Black
Component Input Yes
Contrast Ratio 700:1
Depth in cm 20.5
Digital Tuner Yes
Fast Text Yes
Features of Product HD Ready LCD TV with built in Freeview. Built-in iPod Docking for Music, Video and Photo playback. Stylish & modern Gloss black.
Flat Screen Yes
Front AV Sockets No
HD Ready Yes
HDMI Sockets 1
Headphone Socket No
Height in cm 46
Optical Out No
Parental Lock No
PC Input VGA
Picture Frequency 50Hz
Product Depth 20.5 cm
Product Height 54 cm
Product Weight 7.8
Product Weight Units kg
Product Width 53.8 cm
Range Gifts For Him
Remote Control Yes
Resolution 1680 x 1050
SCART Sockets 1
Screen Type LCD
Screensize 22"
Sleep Timer Yes
Sound Quality Nicam
Table Stand Included Yes
Teletext Yes
TV and VCR or DVD Combi No
VESA 100 x 100
Visible Screen Size 21.9"
Wall Mountable Yes
Weight in KG 7.8
Width in cm 54


does it charge the ipod??

Original Poster


looks hideous

so do you George W


does it charge the ipod??

I think this is the same as the eBuyer UCD/UDC range from skymediauk. Just different brands from the same division

Yes it does. I got this from eBuyer and am returning it this week. Its an OK monitor and does work with my system, it does not work well with hdmi via a graphics card and the 5ms delay is noticeable in some games

Asus GTX 295 (HDMI port on the card and I use it DVI to HDMI on the screen of the PC)
780i SLI motherboard
Intel Quad 8600
4 GIG DDR2 1066mhz
Windows 7 (64-bit)

The problem is the monitor goes off and on using the HDMI, the PC output (spdif and pc audio male to male jack does not work) this monitor does not support PC sound. It works on as a TV but is not widescreen, the PC is pretty nice on freeview and the sound is great for a PC room, office, bedroom and is pretty load (the output and pc sound I could not get to work though and if you see my system spec you can see its a high end)

I must admit I played GTA4 on the monitor and managed to get 1080p output (the monitor detected that it was a HD game) and it plays true 1080p with fantastic quality, also the monitor is not true 24" or 22" it misses like 3cm of the screen and is not true resolution of 1080x1680, you need to use nVidia control panel the monitor to adjust size manually. So good luck. Its getting returned. A monitor for me, HDMI or HDMI needs to be extremely simple.

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