View Poll Results: Which is your favourite HANNspree animule TV set?

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  • Tortoise

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  • Sheep

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  • Rhino

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  • Pig

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  • Monkey

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  • Lion

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  • Giraffe

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  • Elephant

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  • Crab

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Thread: HANNspree novelty TVs - so bad they're wonderful!

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    HANNspree novelty TVs - so bad they're wonderful!

    HANNspree is a name you've probably not heard of but it produces a range of novelty LCD TV sets that are so appalling that they're wonderful - and they're starting to come available in the UK on Amazon, priced upwards from a pretty stiff £198 including VAT and delivery.

    Most of the models that Amazon is selling are 9.6in tellies in HANNspree's Kid-Chic range. This consists of sets embedded in soft outers that are shaped like animals.


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    Oh, and I've just added a poll - no room for Dog, I'm afraid, so you'll have to do a posting if you want to vote for that. Bob C
    Last edited by Bob Crabtree; 01-11-2006 at 06:10 PM. Reason: To add poll

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    I want the crab!!! Are the TVs of a decent quality?
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    Great idea for kids, sadly the pricing is way off the mark imho.

    £200 for a 9.6 inch screen? No thanks

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    Is it just me or is there something ever so adult being shown on that apple TV?!?

    EDIT - nope just me
    Last edited by Johnny Bravo; 31-10-2006 at 11:56 AM.

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    Ha! I thought that too.
    Admit crab is cute too.

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    Keep your eye on Hannspree/Hanns-G, likely to be a big player in the future .

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    The mind boggles.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlindMelon7 View Post
    I want the crab!!! Are the TVs of a decent quality?
    Really not sure I know. The pics on the screens looked okay but an exhibition hall isn't the ideal place to judge and I don't know anything about the company's reputation for reliability or quality.

    Specs look okay, though, I think (they're in the press release on the second page of the piece)

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnnybravo View Post
    Is it just me or is there something ever so adult being shown on that apple TV?!?

    EDIT - nope just me
    Have to say I had that thought too - AFTER I'd made the article live!



    But, thankfully, no, it's nothing "ever so adult".


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    Quote Originally Posted by Speedo View Post
    Keep your eye on Hannspree/Hanns-G, likely to be a big player in the future .
    Care to elaborate?

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    Another vote for the crab! It's great!

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    I'm Cancer, so I'd like the crab as well.

    But if I could get one, I'd go for either the giraffe or zebra, kinda remiding me of Madagascar !

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    Lion for the win (and I'm Libra not Leo)

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    Re: HANNspree novelty TVs - so bad they're wonderful!

    They look cool... and I wouldn't DARE do a thread revival just to put an ad link in my sig...

    I'm not that daft to think that it hasn't been tried before and no-one would notice.

    Which is why I'm so glad Nick helped me out with this post.

    Next week at school they said I could have real scissors for cutting the plasticine.
    Last edited by Nick; 01-03-2008 at 10:25 PM.

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