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This TV is a great little piece of kit. The screen is big enough to see, and the STN screen (whatever that means) makes the picture quality as good as your normal TV. The aerial is extendible to reduce the amount of eyes you poke, tuning is done via two buttons (up and down). Unfortunately, the model I have will only work in the UK and Hong Kong, since us brits like doing things differently to the rest of the world. With digital TV starting to take off, the governemtn are planning to cancel analogue transmissions by 2010 so this TV has a limited life-span. The TV isn't too heavy, but some sort of case/pouch would have been very handy to stop scratches. There's a headphone socket so you don't have to disturb others, but the sound is only in mono, so it only comes out of one headphone. A great little TV, sharp picture (depends where you are), but will be useless in ten years time.
The Casio 1800 is a lovely little grey cased tv with a screen measuring 2.5 inches (diagonally). It's ideally suited to the kitchen, where worktop space can be limited but would also sit happily next to your pc, in an older child's bedroom etc. To tune channels, you have a left and right scanning button and an aerial which can be extended and rotated. The aerial will easily fit, extended, under wall cupboards. The drawbacks of this tv relate to tuning. There is no way of storing channels, so you need to tune left and right each time you switch it on. Also, it always returns to it's default tuned channel, so you cannot switch on and automatically see the channel you last watched. The Casio can run on battery power but only for about 30 minutes. This is a handy feature, even if it's only used to watch the last few minutes of a major sporting event, whilst you're out in the car. Otherwise, a multi purpose adapter will fit this tv.. no need to by a specific power supply.