Consumer electronics maker Westinghouse Digital Electronics, announced its line of high definition (HD)-ready 27-, 30-, and 32-in LCD TV models are now available at retail stores throughout the U.S.
According to the company, the 32-in model features a native resolution of 1,366 x 768 with more than 1 million pixels. The 27- and 32-in models offer 16:9 wide aspect ratio for viewing movies in their original format, and feature an industrial design with speakers located at the bottom instead of the sides for a better fit in square spaces, such as armoires. The models are available for the following estimated retail prices: LTV-27w2, U.S. $999, LTV-30w2, $1,199, and LTV-32w1, $1,599.
"Westinghouse Digital continues to provide consumers with the highest-quality picture, innovation and value to meet the specific needs of households while still at a very reasonable price," said Douglas Woo, president of Westinghouse Digital Electronics. "We continue to enhance both the technological specifications and styles with each new model we release."
Westinghouse LCD TVs and monitors are available at major consumer electronics retailers thoughout the U.S., including Best Buy, The Great Indoors, and Fred Meyer, as well as other retailers, including American TV and Appliance, Bernie's, Boscov's, Cambridge Soundworks, Cowboy Maloney, Electronics Express, Famsa stores, Grant's Appliance, Handy TV, H.H. Gregg, J&R Music and Computer World, Lack's Furniture, Nebraska Furniture Mart, Queen City, R.C. Willey, Rex Stores, and Stereo Advantage, TV & Audio.
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