If you are currently looking for a LED HDTV (non-3D ready) for your home entertainment, I suggest you to wait for this Westinghouse LED HDTV to launch before taking further step. Why? Because Westinghouse is going to release a range of new LED HDTVs in an affordable prices!
It has been launched, but it should take some time to full penetrate the market in the State. But at least, you can save money in getting a most advanced LED display with the best bang of the buck. There are 8 new models released, and models up to 42-inch are Energy Star 5.0 compliant for saving energy and electricity bill. There are six sizes available, starting from 24-inch, 26-inch, 32-inch, 42-inch, 46-inch, and 55-inch.
All of them are about 1-inch thick at the edges and 1.5-inch at the glass. Westinghouse LED HDTVs are covered in sleek high-gloss black frame with a thin red line at the bottom. Pretty much like Samsung Touch of Color series HDTV, but Westinghouse LED HDTV has support HDMI 1.4a.
THe LED HDTV is very lightweight, so Westinghouse said it can be hung on a wall hanger and wall mounting is optional.
Going tech side, The 24-inch model is coded as LD-245. It has support 1080p, weight itn 9.26lbs and should be lower than $299 price mark.
Going up, The 26-inch coded as LD-245 is also supporting 1080p, but a little bit heavier at 11lbs, and estimated pricing is $329.
There are two models on 32-inch version. The 32-inch LD-325 featuring low res at 720p, while 32-inch LD-328 get 1080p and using low watt light bulb at 60 Watt only.
The 42-inch Model is practically cost more energy than 32-inch model. It’s using 80 Watts of power and should be available for $799.
Meanwhile, the highest end models (46-inch and 55-inch) are featuring super fast response rate at 6ms, 120Hz refresh rate, Energy Star 4.0 compliant, 3 HDMI ports, and other tasty features that you can enjoy if you are willing to pay more.[via Chipchick]
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