Wes­ting­house bestä­tigte nun in einer Pres­se­mit­tei­lung sein Ultra HD-Lin­eup für die CES 2013 in Las Vegas. Natür­lich ist der bereits ange­kün­digte 110 Zoll LED Ultra High Defi­ni­tion Fern­se­her auch dabei.

Eine freu­dige Über­ra­schung ist wohl, das Wes­ting­house noch meh­rere Fern­se­her mit 3.840 x 2.160 Pixel vor­stel­len wird. Dar­un­ter Modelle mit Dia­go­na­len von 50, 55 und 65 Zoll. Grö­ßen die auch bereits bei aktu­el­len Full HD Fern­se­hern geläu­fig sind. Alle Fern­se­her haben eine Bild­wie­der­ho­lungs­rate von 120 Hz.

Alle Modelle wer­den bereits im ers­ten Quar­tal 2013 ver­füg­bar sein. Wir war­ten gespannt auf wei­tere Fea­tures und das Design, wel­ches Wes­ting­house bald ent­hül­len wird.

Preise für die Modelle lie­gen aktu­ell noch nicht vor.

PS: Wuss­tet Ihr das Wes­ting­house auch Tech­nik für Atom­kraft­werke lie­fert? diese ist in mehr als 50% aller Atom­kraft­werke welt­weit ver­baut. Sollte uns das strah­lende Far­ben bei den neuen UHD-Fern­se­hern garan­tie­ren? 😉

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Wes­ting­house Digi­tal Show­ca­ses 110 inch LED Ultra-High Defi­ni­tion Tele­vi­sion at CES in Las Vegas

Full Line Of Next Gene­ra­tion UHDTV Dis­plays Deli­ver True Digi­tal Cinema In The Home

Las Vegas, NV — Wes­ting­house Digi­tal, one of the lea­ding LED and LCD TV manu­fac­turers in the U.S., will be intro­du­cing a line of next-gene­ra­tion UHDTVs (Ultra High Defi­ni­tion) inclu­ding a 110 inch model at the Con­su­mer Elec­tro­nics Show, held in Las Vegas, NV Janu­ary 8-11. The new models will com­bine the best of what’s achieva­ble in today’s most cut­ting-edge dis­play tech­no­lo­gies, with Westinghouse’s world-renow­ned value and per­for­mance, and will set a new stan­dard for acces­si­ble high-end func­tio­na­lity in home thea­ter repro­duc­tion.

Our new UHDTV lin­eup, and the value that it offers to con­su­mers, will change expec­ta­ti­ons across the ent­ire TV mar­ket­place,“ says Rey Roque, Senior Vice Pre­si­dent of Mar­ke­ting at Wes­ting­house Digi­tal. „Wes­ting­house Digi­tal was at the for­e­front of pro­vi­ding 1080p TVs to con­su­mers and now is posi­tio­ned to pro­vide Ultra High Defi­ni­tion TVs to a broa­der mar­ket. We believe that con­su­mers will be ama­zed by the expe­ri­ence they can expect from these dis­plays and deligh­ted with the afforda­bi­lity.“

The new Wes­ting­house lin­eup of UHDTV (also cal­led 4k) dis­plays fea­ture the hig­hest pic­ture qua­lity cur­rently achieva­ble in con­su­mer-level video equip­ment at 3840 x 2160 pixels of reso­lu­tion. This is dou­ble the reso­lu­tion (both hori­zon­tally and ver­ti­cally) of todays best 1080p HDTVs, or 4 times the num­ber of pixels. In addi­tion to con­ven­tio­nally sized 50-inch, 55-inch and 65-inch models with native 120 Hz refresh rates, the lin­eup will be spearhea­ded by an enor­mous 110-inch dis­play that will lite­r­ally put a thea­tri­cal expe­ri­ence into the home.

The new Wes­ting­house Digi­tal UHDTVs will be avail­able in the 50, 55 and 65-inch screen sizes in Q1 of 2013. The 110-inch model will be avail­able as a custom order in Q1 of 2013.

Quelle: engadget.com

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