Westinghouse's brand new 32" and 27" screens feature more than 1366x768 resolution, integrated NTSC and ATSC tuners and 10-bit processing which they say provides a much better picture. They are also the first monitors to feature their SpineDesign™, with all cable connections moved to the side of the television for easy connection. They also say this shortens the distance from the video source to the panel, improving picture quality.

This new tech doesn't seem too different from what other LCD manufacturers have done recently, Gateway's 21" screen comes to mind.

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Westinghouse introduces "SpineDesign" on new LCD HDTV's