We’ve already told you that Westinghouse wants to steal the CES 2013 show with its 110-inch TV, but the company has actually managed to gain everyone’s attention with something different.
The TV is on display at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, and even though the UHDTV (ultra high-definition) display standard is definitely worth a look, not the same thing can be said about pricing.
Westinghouse announced at the event that its gigantic TV would be sold with a price tag of $300,000 (€228,000), so the 3840 x 2160 px resolution doesn’t come in cheap.
If you can’t afford it, there’s no reason to worry because Westinghouse has got you covered. The company has also unveiled 50, 55 and 65-inch versions of the TV sold for “only” $2,500 (€1,900), $3,000 (€2,290) and $4,000 (€3,000) respectively.