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Good

AdvantagesCheap, TV/DVD so 2 in 1, looks decent

Disadvantagesdodgy volume, bulky dvd aspect, hideous argos sticker

...priced 22 inch TV which was ideally a TV/DVD combo (laziness and cheapness of getting an additional DVD player as we moved the one that was in her bedroom before into the front room once the old TV ceased to work.) I had my eyes on a few in Currys but a few weeks ago I picked up the new argos catalogue and inside was a voucher that gave £5 off any spend over £30 in argos valid until 28.01.2013. This...

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Super

AdvantagesMore Choice, Better Quality, Radio & Interactive Services

DisadvantagesOnly covers 74% of the UK

...as little as £30 you can purchase a Freeview receiver which will connect to your current TV as long as it has a scart socket and a good analogue reception. Freeview can currently be received by an estimated 74% percent of UK homes and this figure is the maximum capacity which can be achieved until DSO is complete in 2012 when the government estimates that 98.5% of UK homes should be able to...

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Super

“TV and DVD combo!”

published 17/11/2011

AdvantagesGreat price and features

DisadvantagesThe picture could be better

...My wife and I wanted a decent sized TV to use in our bedroom and whilst browsing around the electrical department of the local Tesco, we came across the Technika 19" DVDID-208, which also has built-in Freeview and integrated DVD player. We thought that the price of the TV, £130, was really good value, especially as it came with the additional digital channels on Freeview. This Technika TV has...

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