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Westinghouse launches flexible 16-inch HDTV

updated 11:15 pm EDT, Wed April 23, 2008

Westinghouse flexible HDTV

Westinghouse Digital on Wednesday released its seemingly double-jointed PT-16H610S HDTV. The company dubs the TV a Flexible Lifestyle Display, and is built around a 16-inch LCD capable of reproducing HD content in 720p (1366 by 768 pixel) resolution. The TV's mounting and adjustability options live up to its namesake, as it can be hung upside down as on a kitchen cabinet or mounted on a wall, thanks to dual hinges and an image that rotates by 180 degrees.

The 16:9 aspect ratio TV can accept a 1080p input via an HDMI or component cables, and has a built-in ATSC/NTSC/ClearQAM tuner. An anti-glare coating makes images visible in bright conditions. Instead of buttons, the TV itself features a touch keypad. When not in use, the 16H610S folds flat.

The PT-16H610S is currently available for pre-order at Target stores throughout the US, priced at nearly $300. [via Crave]







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  1. thibaulthalpern

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    Conundrum

    Perhaps I'm a little picky, but they haven't thought through the visual design problem of the logo. When you hang that LCD upside the Westinghouse logo is upside down. A little awkward, no?

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