Affordable LED HDTVs: Westinghouse Digital 2011 Lineup

It’s a great year to be a Hi-def TV owner. This year with Westinghouse Digital, they have some nice big screen HDTVs with really affordable prices.

Here’s a video of Westinghouse Digital’s VP of Product Development, John Araki, explaining how they keep prices down for their Hi-def television sets.

And check out Westinghouse Digital’s LED and CCFFL lineup for 2011 below.

2011 Red Trim LED

  • 26″ 1080p – LD-2685 – 1080p, 60 Hz, 2 HDMI, 11 lbs. Energy Star
    Available Now $299.99
  • 32″ 720p – LD-3255 – 720p, 60 Hz, 2 HDMI, 14.5 lbs, Energy Star
    Available Now $369.99
  • 42″ 1080p – LD-4255 – 1080p, 120 Hz, 2HDMI, 29 lbs, Energy Star
    Available Now $649.99

2011 CCFL LCD

  • 40″ 1080p – VR-4085DF – 1080p, 60 Hz, 3 HDMI, 38 lbs.
    Available Now $449.99
  • 55″ 1080p – VR-5585DFZ – 1080p 120Hz, MEMC, 3 HDMI
    Available Now $999.99
  • 60″ 1080p – VR-6025Z – 1080p, 120Hz, MEMC, 3 HDMI
    Available April $1,199.99

2011 Silver Trim LED

  • 26″ 1080p – LD-2680 – 1080p, 60 Hz, 2 HDMI, 11 lbs., Energy Star
    Available February $299.99
  • 32″ 720p – LD-3260 – 720p, 60 Hz, 2 HDMI, 14.5 lbs., Energy Star
    Available February $369.99
  • 42″ 1080p – LD-4280 – 1080p, 120Hz, MEMC, 2 HDMI, 29 lbs., Energy Star
    Available February $629.99
  • 46″ 1080p – LD-4655VX – 1080p, 120Hz, MEMC, 2 HDMI, audio by Yamaha, 38 lbs., Energy Star
    Available January $899.99
  • 46″ Connected – WC-4605 – 1080p, 120Hz, 2 HDMI, Netflix, Vudu, 38 lbs., Energy Star
    Available TBD, Price TBD
  • 40″ 1080p – LD 4080 – 1080p, 120Hz, 2 HDMI, Energy Star pending
    Available March $599.99
  • 60″ 1080p – LD-6080Z – 1080p, 120Hz, MEMC, 4 HDMI, Energy Star pending
    Available Q2 $1,499.99
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