CONSUMER ELECTRONICS SHOW: CNET editors cover the Next Big Thing
Westinghouse unveils new 1080p LCD TV at CES 2005
January 7, 2005; 4:32 p.m.
The prospects: Westinghouse has regained traction in consumer electronics with its competitively priced LCDs, and the LVM-37w1 is priced thousands of dollars less than 45-inch 1080p LCD sets from the likes of Sharp and Samsung. But the one Westinghouse LCD we reviewed last year, the W33001, failed to impress us with its image quality. Still, the LVM-37w1 could be a good bargain, considering that the next generation of DVD technology will feature 1080p content.
By Sean Portnoy, senior associate editor, CNET Reviews
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