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Affordable 3D arrives in form of Cello Electronics TVs

Affordable 3D arrives in form of Cello Electronics TVs

By 13 June 2011

Entering the televisual third dimension is rarely ever a cheap affair, with even the most basic of 3D displays boasting significant price tags. Cello Electronics hopes to change this with its £499 42 inch full HD 3D screen.  The Cello tv ships with... >>

Sky Player heading to more devices

Sky Player heading to more devices

By 25 March 2010

Sky has continued to roll out its Sky Player offering to even more devices beyond the PC and Xbox 360. Sky Player, Sky’s online TV service will now be coming to Cello LCD TVs, and 3View's digital and IPTV set-top boxes.   “We will continue to look... >>

Cello iViewer television
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Cello iViewer television

By 2 March 2010

Cello aren't a widely-known brand, mostly found languishing in supermarkets, notable for their bargain prices and (in their DVD players) the ability of play any region discs out of the box. The iViewer doesn't even mention Cello on the box, instead pointing... >>

VIDEO: Cello iViewer does iPlayer, YouTube

VIDEO: Cello iViewer does iPlayer, YouTube

By 9 December 2009

Cello showed off its iViewer TV today, which promises access to BBC's iPlayer service without the need for any additional boxes. You simply plug it into your network and away you go. This brief promo video gives a quick run down of the services on offer,... >>

Connected iViewer television gets iPlayer built-in

Connected iViewer television gets iPlayer built-in

By 8 December 2009

A new connected television has been announced from British co Cello Electronics that offers access to the BBC's iPlayer catch-up, on-demand service built-in. Needing no set-top box or games console, the iViewer TV connects to the Internet via Ethernet... >>

Cello C3298FR television
3.5 out of 5

Cello C3298FR television

By 11 August 2009

Most Freeview "PVR" TVs that can record - still a relatively rare occurrence - do so to built-in hard disks and use a single digital TV tuner. This 32-incher takes things much further by offering not only two SD card slots, but also two tuners, making... >>

PVR TV that records to SD card announced

PVR TV that records to SD card announced

By 23 June 2009

The first television with the ability to record onto SD cards has been announced by British LCD TV company, Cello Electronics. The PVR Freeview TV shuns a more usual hard drive in favour of the portable storage format, meaning that recordings can more... >>