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Westinghouse 47-inch W47S2TCD 3D TV is Company's First

Jun 20 2011, 9:39am CDT | by , in News | Home Entertainment

Westinghouse 47-inch W47S2TCD 3D TV is Company's First
 
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Westinghouse unveils their first 3D TV aiming at the low-end.

Westinghouse announces the launch of its first 3D TV, the 47-inch W47S2TCD has an MSRP of $1,199.  The Westinghouse 3D LCD HDTV is the latest addition to Westinghouse’s ultra-affordable HDTV line of nearly 50 models in a range of sizes from 22” to 60”.  

The 47" W47S2TCD is a passive 3D LCD that features 1080p full HD resolution and a 6ms response time. The set features options like 3D noise reduction, inverse 3:2 pulldown for film-based content, three-way selectable color temperature and DayBright, making it perfect for daytime or nighttime viewing. The 47" W47S2TCD contains no lead and is ROHS compliant. The W47S2TCD ships with four pairs of glasses.

“We’re thrilled to announce our first 3D HDTV,” says Rey Roque, Vice President of Marketing at Westinghouse Digital.  “Westinghouse can now truly fulfill the needs of every consumer, with sets ranging from 22” to 60” in both LED and  LCD, and the addition of our first 3D HDTV and connected HDTV.”

Passive 3D TV technology (polarizer glasses) is seen as winning the 3D technology battle until glass-free 3D will become an affordable reality in our living rooms.

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