updated 02:20 pm EST, Fri January 5, 2007
Westinghouse 2K HDTV
American electronics maker Westinghouse today said that it will unveil what it says is the world's first 2160p LCD screen. Measuring 56 inches, the widescreen panel will display an unprecedented 3840x2160 resolution, commonly referred to as 2K. The increased depth -- dubbed Quad Full HD by the company -- offers four times the resolution of today's current 1080p maximum for HDTV. Other details of the LCD have not yet been released, though the enhanced resolution is likely to require a dual-link DVI or HDMI connector.
Also planned for the debut of CES are a series of basic 19- to 42- inch LCD televisions, 1080p-capable sets between 42 and 52 inches, a 24-inch computer LCD and a slew of digital picture frames. [via Gadgetell]