3D may not have become a standard feature of TVs, but it did get a lot of attention last year (2011) and during 2012. 2013 and 2014 should see something similar happening with the 4K resolution.Westinghouse will be part of the first group of companies that will promote the new display standard, also known as UHDTV (ultra high-definition).
4K stands for the native resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels. A very high quality, no matter what anyone thinks.
We've known about Westinghouse's 110-inch model for a while. What we did not know for sure was if any other 4K screens would be revealed during CES 2013.
We now have the confirmation. There will be a 50-inch panel, a 55-inch TV and a 65-inch display.
All of them will have a refresh rate of 120 Hz and, thus, 3D support.
No prices have been revealed, sadly.