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Westinghouse set to unveil new HDTV lineup at CES

updated 05:05 pm EST, Wed January 4, 2012

Models range in size from 19" to 70"

Westinghouse has announced that it will formally unveil its 2012 television lineup next week at CES in Las Vegas. The forthcoming offerings will include an expanded size range from 19 to 70 inches, including LED-backlit and traditional CCFL-based models, along with 3D-capable TVs and a thin bezel design.

The larger models will include the 70-inch UW70 series and 55-inch EW55 series, both featuring LED backlighting and 1080p resolution. The panels are said to be capable of 120Hz refresh rates and 8ms response times.

The 46-inch UW46 represents the company's first "ultra-slim bezel" LED-backlit HDTV, which features 1080p resolution and a 6.5ms response time, while the 47-inch W47 features passive 3D presentation and a 6ms response time.

Midrange offerings will include the 40-inch EW40 television, with 1080p resolution and 6.5ms response time, along with the 32-inch EW32 variant with 720p resolution. The smaller models, such as the EW24 and EW22, are marketed as small televisions that can also be used for gaming or computer displays.

Westinghouse has yet to announce specific launch dates or pricing information for its 2012 TV lineup.



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