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Westinghouse 3D TVs Announced today

Orange, CA — Westinghouse Digital, one of the leading HDTV manufacturers in the U.S., will soon make owning a 3D HDTV more affordable than ever.Westinghouse’s first offering in the 3D HDTV sector will give many consumers the chance to own a piece of the latest HDTV technology at a very reasonable price. Nearly 50 models in a range of sizes from 22″ to 60″ will be introduced. In addition to Westinghouse’s brand new 3D TV, the company will be showing a host of new LED and LCD models during CE Week in New York City, including the connected 46″ WC-4625T LED HDTV.

The 47″ W47S2TCD, is a passive 3D LCD that features 1080p full HD resolution and a super fast six ms response time. The set features options like 3D noise reduction, inverse 3:2 pulldown for film-based content, three-way selectable color temperature and DayBright, making it perfect for daytime or nighttime viewing. The 47″ W47S2TCD contains no lead and is ROHS compliant. The W47S2TCD ships with four pairs of glasses.

Westinghouse is pleased to announce the launch of its first 3D offering, the 47″ W47S2TCD at an MSRP of $1199.The company is also unveiling five other TVs, including its first connected TV — the 46-inch WC-4625T — which includes access to Netflix and Vudu. The 47-inch 3D TV will be sold at Best Buy, Costco, and Target with a suggested retail price of $1199, but we imagine in-store pricing will be significant lower — with the recent announcement of Vizio’s 42-inch passive offering for $699, shelling out an extra $100 per inch for the new Westinghouse set is not likely to sit well with bargain hunters.Westinghouse’s extensive line can be found at retailers like Best Buy, Costco, and Target. The latest additions to the lineup will be on exhibit at Booth D2 at the 2011 CEA Line Shows from June 22-23 at 7 West 34th Street.

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