Virgin Lobster 700tv - Watch ... Free!

By: Samuel Herrick

Watching television shows on your mobile phone, have been an year old phenomenon now. But in most of the cases you have to pay heavy charges to avail the advantage. Virgin Lobster 700 TV is a kind of TV mobile phone, where the users get to watch what they want- sans having to pay for any data cost. This type of service is first of a kind in the UK market, and all ready to capture the attention of the users.

Shaped as the claw of a lobster, the prowess of the Virgin Lobster 700 TV lies on its DAB tuner. Which means the users can tune in to more than 50 channels and currently three simulcast television channels. The channels being - BBC One, ITV1 and E4, and Channel 4.

Since the device is all about watching, it is but obvious that the handset is enabled with a quality display for optimum experience. The Virgin Lobster 700 TV features 2.2 inches screen with good resolution and finish. Further, it also has a direct TV button that is user friendly and also doubles as the interactive button. One gets the benefits of the handset so long one is under the coverage of DAB area, which is not a problem, as 85% of UK is under the DAB zone. Signal is found through the Virgin Lobster 700 TV's headphone cable doubling up as the aerial to boost reception.

But everything is not as impeccable as it sounds. The Virgin Lobster 700 TV does come with some tune in problem. As long as you are in one place getting coverage, the TV looks fine, but the moment you move, you can suffer from signal loss and everything could go downhill. Further, like all portable radios, when you start losing signal in Virgin Lobster 700 TV, reviving the signal is a big tasks. In most of the cases the signal is lost forever.

Thus, we can say, that as a concept Virgin Lobster 700 TV is sure a super star. But if it desires to win some Oscars, it has to show more credibility in terms of locking on to a signal to get TV.

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