Westinghouse showed up to CES with this bad boy: a 110-inch 4K Ultra HD TV. If that blows your mind, the price tag might stop your heart. It’ll be a “made-to-order” product, expected to retail for $300,000.
It’s probably safe to say they’ll sell a few, but the line won’t be forming around the block for this one. Instead, Westinghouse also announced three other 4K Ultra HD models for “the rest of us”, starting at $2500 on up to $4,000. They’ll be available before the end of March (at the latest) in 50, 55, and 65-inch sizes.
Westinghouse says the 110-inch panel for their mega monster screen is the same one Samsung uses in their 84-inch 4K Ultra HD TV. Dante from The Verge checked it out in-person and was surprisingly impressed. After, of course, he picked his jaw up off the ground and wiped the drool from his chin.
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[Source: The Verge]