Westinghouse Digital Unveils Full HDTV Line-UP at CES 2011
Westinghouse Digital is pulling the wraps off its entire new line-up of advanced LED and CCFL HDTV’s at the 2011 International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. The stylish new flat panels deliver all the latest features in a stylish package–but the feature that will attract most consumers is the very competitive price.
According to VP of Marketing, Rey Roque, Westinghouse Digital is using its success in the LED and LCD lines to expand its product line, which now ranges from 26 inch to 60 inch models. “With the addition of the 46”, 55” and 60” models, Westinghouse now offers full HD, 1080p in both LED and CCFL back-lit LCD.”
Not only are the new Westinghouse TV’s more feature-packed and affordable; they’re more environmentally friendly as well which means lower electricity consumption for you and me. The entire range is Energy Star certified for Federal energy efficiency standards and the company boasts that even the packaging is produced from recycled and recyclable materials. Specifications vary from model to model but refresh rates and contrast ratios have been improved across the board. Westinghouse has also introduced technology to reduce judder and blur. Expect to find the usual compliment of legacy connectivity options as well as multiple HDMI inputs, 3D noise reduction, colour temperature selector and bright, vivid display.