Westinghouse seems to have completely moved into the same 16:9 spacious flat that most other monitor vendors have begun cramming themselves into. In addition to their previously announced monitor sizes, make room for the company's 22-incher.
The Westinghouse L2220HM with its "Full HD" 16:9 aspect ratio offers a resolution of 1,920x1,080 (1080p), a 1,000:1 contrast ratio, 300 candelas per square meters (cd/m2) brightness, a pixel response time or 5ms, and a 170-degree horizontal viewing angle.
Connection options include DVI and VGA. In addition, the monitor includes built-in stereo speakers.
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In Westinghouse's press materials it states that either of the following monitors would be an ideal solution for a tailgating party. Finally, vendors are starting to give tailgaters the respect they deserve. No word yet if these TVs/monitors include beer holders.
During CES Westinghouse announced three new LCD HDTVs. The 19-inch PT-19H340S, the 22-inch PT-22H340S, and the 22-inch 1080p PT-22F380S. Each display includes support for 720p (1,366x768) resolution, a 16:9 aspect ratio and a purported 5ms pixel response time.
In addition, each display includes connections and support for ATSC/NTSC/CATV/ClearQAM tuner, which allow for … Read more
Along with pretty much every other monitor vendor, Westinghouse is moving to a 16:9, "Full HD" format for its monitors. This means that these new displays will be able to display 720p or 1080p HD content without stretching the image.
Other than "Full HD," not much is new about the new lineup.
Here are the specifications on the three new unreleased models.
L2031NW (20-inch class LCD monitor) Available: Second half 2009; Price: TBD20-inch TFT LCD monitor, 20.0-inch diagonal viewable True HD 16:9 aspect ratio, 1,600x900-pixel resolution 0.277x0.277mm pixel pitch … Read more
This is for all you Crave addicts out there who read Crave and only Crave (you know who you are). You see, CNET is actually more than quirky gadgets and gear. We review whole products!
In particular, we've reviewed quite a few LCD monitors lately. For a low-price 22-incher that boasts great movies and games performance and includes both HDMI and DVI connections, check out the Gateway HD2201.
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Anne Geddes. You know her. She's the one who does those baby photos that pass the point of being cute and fly head first into a steaming pile of pretentiousness? Well, that's my opinion, anyway.
Still, according to Westinghouse, her books have sold more than 18 million copies worldwide and have been translated into 24 languages. So if you're champing at the bit to give your child a cuteness inferiority complex, read on.
Westinghouse obviously sees this and they've partnered with Geddes and the Geddes Group to create a new family of digital photo frames. The … Read more
Combo TVs with built-in DVD or VCR players have always gotten little respect, found on the far reaches of shelf space at retail stores next to the HDMI cables or whatever else is in the next aisle. Given this lowly station, they've usually been allowed only the smaller screen sizes appropriate for such places as the kitchen or small family room--and rarely, if ever, bearing the latest technologies.
That's what makes Westinghouse's latest model interesting. The VK-40F580D integrates a DVD player with a 40-inch display, according to GizmoWatch, much larger than the 26-inch cap seen in practically … Read more
Westinghouse has created a "flip-style" HDTV that can actually be folded, to a degree, to fit into the most cramped areas and corners of any given abode. The front bezel of the dual-hinged "Flexible Lifestyle Display" can be rotated 180 degrees on a tabletop, according to Electronic House, or the TV can be suspended from the wall or bottom of a cabinet, trapeze-style.
The PT-16H610S must maintain a petite frame to … Read more