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I originally brought this television so I could play my games in HD, I would have gone for a bigger size but I have a small room as it is for my bedroom and I did not want my room to be cramped even more because I got a larger television. This television is really good for the cheap price, the YPbPr quality is stunning but not as amazing as the HDMI quality, it is to tune all of the stations in as well once i got everything plugged in it did not take me long at all to get all the television stations tuned in. One of the disappointing aspects of this television is that it does not have a VGA input because most televisions these days have a VGA input. Overall i definitely recommend this television if you are looking for a small, cheap television with amazing picture quality.
For the price that you pay for this TV (around £150), it is certainly worth a buy! Granted, the television isn't of the same quality as a Sony, or Panasonic, but this is only really noticeable in the actual build of the TV. It feels fairly cheap, made of fairly basic plastic, unlike the glossy style of many televisions these days.
The sound is also quite a downside. When turned up to high levels, it can become very tinny and creates disrupting noises. The sound is fine on low levels, but if you're watching a loud film for example, you may begin to notice noise crackling.
But aside from this there are many advantages. The television is HD ready (not full HD), so it can output in 720p and 1080i. This is excellent for those with Sky/Freeview HD, or gamers with a Playstation 3. I use my Playstation 3 on this television and it looks excellent. Mikomi have cut no corners with the quality of the high-definition output.
There is only one HDMI port, however this is not a major problem, and you can connect through the composite port in case this suits your needs more than HD. It has all the other standard sockets, so the TV doesn't lack anything in this department.
One issue I had when I first purchased it was that light appears to leak in through the side of the television. This is probably due to the poor build quality, and it can be slightly annoying as a slight amount of blue light will appear around the edges of the screen. I did get used to it, and never notice it any more, but it is a point that should be brought up.
On the whole though, this is an excellent HD television for a low price! Don't be put off by the brand!
The Mikomi LCDW 19 HD is a 19" HD Ready TV which can be brought from Argos from £159.99. The TV is Not a High Class TV such as Sony, Samsung etc. But it does the Same Job.
The Tv Comes with a Range of Slots such as
HDMI - Plug your Sky HD or HD DVD Player
YPBPR - Plug your wii and make your wii up to 480P
The TV can Support up to 1080I but not 1080P so the Tv is it fully HD but the TV does show that it can be cheap to make a HDTV and hopefully big comapnies like sony will lower there prices to match the low budjet TVs.
The TV is a widescreen TV and Offers a Large Remote which Most of the bottons you will not use such as the Colour Bottons as it has no Built in Freeview and Analog teletext goes off in a few years. The remote is quite big about a good 25CM.
Overall the Tv is a Great TV and i know it quite small but i don't use it a lot and only use it a few hours a day and not all the time so it not a bad size for me.
Sorry i could not put more into this review but i got work now and spent about 15 Minutes writing this.