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Remember Green Plug? That universal connector we detailed last month which aims to replace wall warts and help Mother Earth out in the process? Turns out, said outfit has just landed its first real believer as Westinghouse committed to using the smart power technology. Even Darwin Chang, Westy's CT

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Westinghouse continues their habit of releasing well-spec'd but average-performing displays today with a slew of new LCD HDTVs. On the 1080p front, the TX Series comes in 42, 47, and 52-inch flavors along with the 40-inch VK-40F580D -- a 1080P DVD combo player that's (aside from the $1,099 price) i

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Westinghouse continues their habit of releasing well-spec'd but average-performing displays today with a slew of new LCD HDTVs. On the 1080p front, the TX Series comes in 42, 47, and 52-inch flavors along with the 40-inch VK-40F580D -- a 1080P DVD combo player that's (aside from the $1,099 price) i

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Surely you remember that peculiar PT-16H610S that Westinghouse slipped in during CES, right? Even if not, PCMag is out to help you refresh that memory with its latest review, which takes a good, hard look at the 16-inch \"portable LCD.\" At first glance, reviewers praised the dual-hinged base, which

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It's some strange times in HD-land, and all that strangeness is brought together in the Westinghouse VK-40F580D LCD. Things start off pretty good with a 40-inch, 1080p LCD with NTSC, ATSC, and clear QAM tuning. Our eyebrows arched when we saw that Westinghouse also builds a DVD player into mix. We k

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Whether plasma is back, or never left is up for argument, but don't think LCD took CES 2008 sitting down. Vizio upgraded the specs on its bargain LCDs, and even Panasonic showed some love. PDP prototypes might have been bigger and skinnier, but 2008 is the year we'll actually be able to buy a 108-i

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We're still not quite sure whether to file Westinghouse Digital's PumpTop TV network under \"because there were a few square inches of advertising-free modern life left\" or \"because Western civilization demands the right to watch TV absolutely anywhere,\" but either way we thought it fitting to remind

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We promise this post isn't just a cheap excuse to drool over Halo 3 -- no, no -- this post is a cheap excuse to drool over Crysis running at native resolution. Westinghouse got smarter this year and made its two Quad HD LCDs on display a more prominent attraction in the booth, showing off 47-inch an

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We've seen firms let loose entire clans of HDTVs before, and apparently Westinghouse is aiming to be the next to direct you straight to overload. Without further ado, let's get to the VK Series. The 40-inch VK-40F530S sports a 1080p resolution, a pair of HDMI inputs and a 6.5-millisecond response

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We're not exactly sure what constitutes a \"portable LCD,\" but apparently, Westinghouse figures a 16- to 19-incher fits the bill. The new PT Series is curiously aimed as \"consumers who are on the go,\" but realistically, we envision these bad boys sticking pretty close to the countertop. Getting us s

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This CES, Westinghouse isn't doling anything by its lonesome, and the trend's not changing with its new family of digital photo frames. Kicking things off is the DPF-1561, which rocks a 15.6-inch panel with a 1,366 x 768 resolution, a 16:9 aspect ratio, a wooden frame, built-in stereo speakers and

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We've seen firms let loose entire clans of HDTVs before, and apparently Westinghouse is aiming to be the next to direct you straight to overload. Without further ado, let's get to the VK Series. The 40-inch VK-40F530S sports a 1080p resolution, a pair of HDMI inputs and a 6.5-millisecond response t

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Just in case you haven't seen enough from Westinghouse of late, it's got a whole slew of new LCD monitors comin' your way. Up first is the 19-inch L1975NW, which features a 1,440 x 900 resolution, 1,000:1 contrast ratio, 170- / 160-degree viewing angles and DVI / VGA / audio-in ports. Moving on, we

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We're not exactly sure what constitutes a \"portable LCD,\" but apparently, Westinghouse figures a 16- to 19-incher fits the bill. The new PT Series is curiously aimed as \"consumers who are on the go,\" but realistically, we envision these bad boys sticking pretty close to the countertop. Getting us

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Pulse-Link and Westinghouse displayed their UWB-equipped wireless HDMI LCD, streaming 1080p goodness from an attached Blu-ray player. The JPEG2000 compression showed no trace of artifacting as the video passed three, shoot, maybe four feet without the aid of such antiquated devices as cables. Due f

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Pulse-Link and Westinghouse displayed their UWB-equipped wireless HDMI LCD, streaming 1080p goodness from an attached Blu-ray player. The JPEG2000 compression showed no trace of artifacting as the video passed three, shoot, maybe four feet without the aid of such antiquated devices as cables. Due f

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We didn't have to wait for CES to begin to find out the UWB camp's response to WirelessHD 1.0, Westinghouse and Pulse-Link plan to demo the first \"fully-integrated\" wireless HDTV Saturday. The Westinghouse Digital Wireless HDMI HDTV should hit the B2B digital signage marketplace in the second quart

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We didn't have to wait for CES to begin to find out the UWB camp's response to WirelessHD 1.0, Westinghouse and Pulse-Link plan to demo the first \"fully-integrated\" wireless HDTV Saturday. The Westinghouse Digital Wireless HDMI HDTV should hit the B2B digital signage marketplace in the second quart

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It's not like this type of activity doesn't happen every day-after-Thanksgiving here in the US of A, but 2007 is being seen as a banner year for \"aggressive pricing\" come Black Friday. As expected, competition will likely be most heated in the 40- to 42-inch range, where plasma and LCD manufacturer

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