Westinghouse Launches a New Line of Roku TVs Starting At just $299.99 For a 4K HDR TV

This week Westinghouse announced a new line of Roku TVs. These TVs include a line of 4K HDR Roku TVs that start at just $299.99 for a 43” 4K HDR TV.

“The new Roku TVs from Westinghouse provide access to 500,000+ movies and TV episodes via 5,000+ free or paid channels. Fast and easy search across hundreds of channels returns results in order by price, plus what’s playing live when an HDTV antenna is attached. Free content is easy to find with The Roku Channel, which offers award-winners, cult classics, live and linear news, sports and entertainment, and more all without a subscription required. Featured Free provides users with direct links to free in-season episodes from top network shows and full past-season catch-ups.” Westinghouse said on their website.

About These TVs:

4K Ultra High-Definition: Users can experience stunning resolution and picture quality on Westinghouse Roku TVs 4K Ultra HD sets. Sizes include 43”, 50”, 55” and 65” (Respective MSRP’s: $299.99, $329.99, $399.99, $579.99) with additional sizes coming soon. Ultra HD content can be accessed from Roku’s 4K Ultra HD Spotlight channel or from some of the most popular video streaming services including Netflix, Amazon Video, YouTube and Vudu.

High Definition: Also available are a range of Westinghouse Roku TVs that provide the same great Roku experience in a more budget-friendly affordable HD resolution up to 1080p.  Sizes include 32”, 40” and 43” (Respective MSRP’s: $169.99, $229.99, $249.99)

HDR (High Dynamic Range): HDR-10 delivers enhanced wider color, greater brightness, Improved contrast than standard displays.

Dolby Audio: Provides crystal-clear audio with improved dialogue and enhanced loudness for a fuller audio mix.

Connectivity: A wide variety of options to easily integrate your TV or gaming console in your home.

All of these TVs come with 3 HDMI ports, 1 composite video, 1 Optical Audio Out, a 3.5mm headphone out, Ethernet, and built-in Wi-Fi. You can find them for sale at HSN right now and later this year at Best Buy, Target, Micro Center, and Audio America.

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