Westinghouse’s first 3D TV is a passive LCD model
By James K. Willcox
Need additional proof that 3D TV is more than a fad? Westinghouse Digital, a value-priced brand that tends not to be at the cutting edge of technology, has decided to enter the 3D TV fray with its first model, which uses passive 3D technology.
The set, a 47-inch 1080p Internet-connected model (W47S2TCD) with access to streaming movies from Netflix and Vudu, has 120-Hz technology and comes with four sets of passive polarized 3D glasses. The 3D TV, which joins other passive 3D sets from LG and Vizio, will carry a suggested retail price of $1,200. Westinghouse TVs are typically found at retailers such as Best Buy, Costco, and Target.
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