The 4K HDTV revolution is upon us, and Westinghouse is hoping to lead the charge with a 110-inch HDTV that is set to debut at CES 2013. The high resolution television will then follow CES with a Q1 2013 release.
Westinghouse promises that the high resolution televisions will feature only a modest price bump while offering 3840 x 2160 pixels panels for an “amazing” and “affordable” experience.
Westinghouse will now debut 50-, 55-, and 65-inch versions alongside the new 110-inch 4K HDTV.
The 110-inch device will not appear in stores but will instead be available as a special order item that ships directly to the customers home.
According to Westinghouse:
“The new Westinghouse lineup of UHDTV (also called 4k) displays feature the highest picture quality currently achievable in consumer-level video equipment at 3840 x 2160 pixels of resolution. This is double the resolution (both horizontally and vertically) of todays best 1080p HDTVs, or 4 times the number of pixels. In addition to conventionally sized 50-inch, 55-inch and 65-inch models with native 120 Hz refresh rates, the lineup will be spearheaded by an enormous 110-inch display that will literally put a theatrical experience into the home.”
The Inquisitr will be meeting with Westinghouse at CES 2013 where we will test drive the company’s large-sized 4K UHDTVs.
Westinghouse also promises a plethora of other televisions and electronics that will be on full display in Vegas just in time to roll in the new year.