Westinghouse Introduces Smart 4K UHD TVs

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Westinghouse-WE85NC4210.jpgAt the recent CE Week event in New York, Westinghouse introduced its new line of affordably priced Smart 4K UHD TVs--six models ranging in size from 42 to 85 inches. All models include built-in Wi-Fi and HEVC decoding, as well as HDMI 2.0 with HDCP 2.2 copy protection. Prices range from $499 for the 42-inch model up to $6,999 for the new 85-inch WE85NC4210 (shown here).

From Westinghouse
Westinghouse Electronics, one of the leading LED TV manufacturers in the U.S., is now shipping its line of Smart 4K Ultra High-Definition (UHD) LED televisions. 

Equipped with advanced technologies, the next generation 4K line of TVs will range in sizes from 42-inch to 85-inch screens and will display true, native 4K. Plus the TVs will feature Wi-Fi connectivity and Smart functionality with the incorporation of popular apps. Designed to handle 4K content from streaming services like Netflix, Westinghouse televisions will be equipped with the latest HEVC codec as well as HDMI 2.0 and feature the latest HDCP 2.2 content security. Westinghouse knows upgrading to a new TV technology is a big commitment and is dedicated to providing the latest chipsets and technology currently available to its customers.

Key Features Include:

Sizes: 42", 55", 65", 75" and 85"
2160p Resolution
Netflix 4K Certified
Smart Functionality with Built-in Wi-Fi
Upscale HD content to nearly 4K
HDMI 2.0 with HDCP 2.2 Content Protection

The Westinghouse line of Smart 4K Ultra HDTVs are now available for consumers to purchase. MSRP for the units start at $499 for the 42" version, the 50" at $699, 55" at $799, 65" at $1,299, 75" at $3,999 and 85" at $6,999.

Additional Resources
• For more product information, visit the Westinghouse website.
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