With all the unveiling of UHD Display ranging from $12K + from companies like LG, Sony and more, Westinghouse is offering some lower cost UHD TV's.
Westinghouse is going to offer its sets starting in the first quarter at the bargain suggested retail prices of $2,499 for the 50-inch set, $3,000 for the 55-inch set and $3,995 for the 65-inch set.
That price get's only the display without any "Smart" features like other manufacturers are offering.
What about content though?
Westinghouse expects viewers to use the 4K video processing converters that come built into select Blu-ray Disc players, A/V receivers and other devices to handle that load. To present pictures from regular sources, the sets will have only simple 4K up-scaling circuitry and 120Hz refresh rates.
Does this become a game changer?
Edited by VinnyS - 1/9/13 at 1:40pm