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Westinghouse's 43-inch 4K Android TV set costs $350

The company is also releasing 50-, 55- and 65-inch 4K sets.
Steve Dent, @stevetdent
January 8, 2018
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Perhaps one of the best developments for tech consumers over the past few years has been the arrival of cheap, surprisingly feature-rich 4K TVs from companies like Vizio. That trend continues this year at CES 2018, as Westinghouse has unveiled a series of 4K models with Android TV starting at just $350. Don't expect miracles in terms of picture quality, but it's definitely a cheap way to get Netflix streaming, smart home control, Google Cast and other features.

Westinghouse doesn't appear to offer HDR, which is unfortunate considering that TCL and other companies build relatively cheap HDR 4K TVs. Nevertheless, the TVs do come with a 120Hz maximum refresh rate and built-in WiFi.

Android TV, meanwhile, will let you play games; stream from Netflix, Amazon Prime and other apps; and cast from your phone or laptop. You also get Google Assistant, Google Cast and Google Play Games, along with Google's built-in Home hub. As mentioned, the 43-inch model is $350; Westinghouse has yet to release prices for the 50-, 55- and 60-inch models, but expect those to be competitive too.

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