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Westinghouse 110-inch 4K TV
Westinghouse teases 110" 4K TV for CES 2013


By Rasmus Larsen (@flatpanels)
05 Dec 2012

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Westinghouse has been in the game for many years but is not as relevant as back in the days. Maybe that will change when Westinghouse unveils their latest creation: a 110-inch 4K TV. Expect full details at CES 2013 in January.

Westinghouse 110” 4K TV

Westinghouse plans to unveil a 110-inch 4K TV at the coming CES 2013 show in Las Vegas this January. A 110-inch 4K TV would handily beat both LG and Sony’s 84-inch 4K TVs and even the rumored 85-inch Samsung 4K TV.

Westinghouse
Westinghouse plans to unveil a 110-inch 4K TV at CES 2013


Westinghouse teases the new product in a short message to the press but has not provided any other details. However, Westinghouse said that there are also a few other “surprises” waiting, including connected TVs.

Exciting stuff. FlatpanelsHD will report from CES 2013 in January so be sure to come back.




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