Cello Iviewer




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By Whathifi.com on 40

To paraphrase that famous advertising campaign, this isn't just a television – it's a Marks and Spencer television.A clever one, too: the iViewer (made by , and sold exclusively through ) is a web-friendly 32in design, so show it a decent...

By T3 Magazine on 60

We applaud this first-gen effort at an IPTV, but there are creases to iron-out if Cello is to orchestrate a challenge to the big...

By TechRadar on 60

Cello produces re-badged TVs for a number of companies including Littlewoods, Grattan and Next, while it also owns the Neon brand which is sold exclusively through Morrisons. The iViewer TV is currently exclusive to Marks and Spencer. The main draw...

By Pocket-lint on 70

It isn't the greatest set out there, but for sheer iPlayer simplicity and value for money, it is well worth a lookKey specs3.5mm jack, Component, Composite, Digital audio, Ethernet, HDMI, S-Video, Scart, USB,...

By The Inquirer on 80

Although a few consoles and set-top boxes now allow you to access Iplayer and other content on your TV from across the network, British TV maker Cello is the first we know of to build the service directly into the TV itself with the launch of the...

By HDTV UK on 60

Brit based TV manufacturers Cello have made a bold move with their iViewer range. By being one of the earliest web-connected TVs and the first to have BBC's iPlayer as a built-in widget, they are going where none of the big name brands have gone...