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Westinghouse Digital is Teasing a 110" 4K LED TV

Engadget reports that it has received CES 2013 promotional material from Westinghouse Digital teasing a monstrously-huge 4K LED TV measuring 110-inches diagonally. That's certainly no typo, and is significantly larger than what's currently offered by the likes of Sony and LG on the 4K TV market.

Sony's own 84-inch XBR-84X900 4K Ultra HD TV, which recently went on sale, costs a frightening $24,999.99 USD. LG also brought its 84-inch 4K TV Stateside back in October, retailing for a cheaper $19,999 USD. That said, you can imagine the pricetag Westinghouse Digital's 110-inch model will eventually retail when it eventually hits the market next year.

Unfortunately, the details surrounding the Westinghouse 4K TV are not available, so the eventual price could potentially hover around the 20K to 25K mark, depending on what's packed behind the screen. Westinghouse Digital is being rather secretive about the device, only hinting that there will be more "surprises" in store at CES 2013 in January including a number of web-connected HDTVs.

Currently the largest LED-based HDTV from Westinghouse Digital is the 55-inch 120 Hz LD-5580Z featuring a super-slim profile that doesn't contain any Mercury or Lead. On the LCD front, the largest display offered on the Westinghouse Digital website is the 60-inch VR-6025Z featuring flicker-free performance thanks to 120Hz MEMC (Motion Estimation Motion Compensation) technology.

That said, Westinghouse Digital looks to be cranking up its HDTV offering a notch during CES 2013 in January. LG, Sony and its other competitors will probably showcase super-sized 4K TVs as well, so there's a good chance we'll see some kind of 4K TV war during the show that will leave our jaws dragging across the convention floor.

 

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  • SteelCity1981
    in the mean time the vast majority of these 4k tv's are ether too big for many peoples rooms or too costly for people to even care about.
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  • sliem
    Woawww!!!
    Oh... my...
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  • bak0n
    Maximum size for my space is 65". I can't personally see a difference on TV and vids between 720 and 1080p, doubt 4k will do anything for me other than waste money that'd go toward retirement.
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  • TeraMedia
    Purchase price: $24,999.99
    Installation and repair costs: $15,782.43
    Watching a movie at home with better quality than in a theater: USELESS

    Nevermind what I'd have to do to my house to get this to the movie room in the basement; there's still practically no 4k content available. Also, what happened to 3D? If by "other surprises" they mean passive or glasses-free 3D, then that would be interesting. But offering such a large TV at this price level and supporting only active-glasses 3D or no 3D at all would be puzzling.

    The poor TV industry really doesn't know what to do with itself, it would seem.
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  • MajinCry
    I wish they would just bring back CRT HD TVs. I want a Triniton I can use wit' my compy!
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  • lancero
    At that size I'll happily give up my 100" front projector. Wonder what the ultimate price for these will be in a few years...maybe $2,000 (plus BIG shipping).
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  • I already have a projector screen with a size comparable to these TVs, so I'll just wait for an affordable 4k projector. Of course, without 4k media there really is no point.
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  • danwat1234
    Just buy 4K (or 1080p) Goggles and use true surround sound head phones are you are set. Buy a huge TV isn't logical unless you plan on hosting parties
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  • SinisterSalad
    I wouldn't touch anything with the Westinghouse name on it.
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  • XZaapryca
    Eyefinity....
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