as published in engadgetJan 17, 2013
Westinghouse has yet to become the premium HDTV manufacturer it one day hopes to be, and if the past is any indication, flooding the market with low-cost sets won’t drive you to the top. But the promise of high resolution might at least yield a modest bump. The company’s 2013 lineup is set to be dominated by 4K models, each packing 3840 x 2160-pixel panels for an “amazing” and “affordable” experience. The company’s flagship rings in at a massive 110 diagonal inches and will be available for custom order beginning sometime in Q1. 50, 55 and 65-inch versions will also ship within the same timeframe, offering the same resolution and a modest 120Hz native refresh rate. We’re still waiting to hear back on pricing and a hint of where you might be able to pick one of these UHDTVs up beginning early next year, but if the press release after the break is any indication, we’re about to be inundated with high-res, low-cost televisions at next month’s CES.
Westinghouse 110-inch 4K TV to ship alongside 65, 55 and 50-inch models in Q1,