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Westinghouse to show 110-inch UHDTV at CES in January

updated 09:13 pm EST, Sun December 30, 2012

Displays with 4K resolutions to also be in 50, 55, and 65-inch sizes

Budget HDTV manufacturer Westinghouse plans to showcase a new line of Ultra High Definition (UHD) televisions at CES in January, as in previous years. The new 4K-capable TVs include a 110-inch model as well as more conventionally-sized 50, 55, and 65-inch models, with all UHDTVs being geared up for an early-2013 release.

The 3840x2160 resolution displays will have a native 120Hz refresh rate, though no further details on device specifications have been released ahead of CES itself. The 50 to 65-inch screens will go on sale through retailers in the first quarter, and while the 110-inch model will be available in the same quarter, it will go on sale as a custom order.



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