Westinghouse Electronics

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Westinghouse Electronics
Private (Licensee of Westinghouse Electric Corporation)
IndustryConsumer electronics
FoundedOrange, California, U.S. (2010 (2010), as Westinghouse Digital, LLC)
Headquarters,
Area served
Nationwide
ProductsTelevisions
ParentTsinghua Tongfang
Websitewestinghouseelectronics.com

Westinghouse Electronics LLC is a US company that markets LCD televisions[1] located in Diamond Bar, California.

It is a licensee of the Westinghouse Licensing Corporation, commonly known as Westinghouse Electric Corporation.[2]

History[edit]

In 2010, Westinghouse Digital Electronics stated on its LinkedIn page that it had ceased operations.[3] The successor company is Westinghouse Electronics[4]

In 2012, Westinghouse Electronics announced one of the first ultra high definition televisions (sometimes known as 4K).[5]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Westinghouse Electronics Official Site Main Page
  2. ^ Trademarks & Terms of Use Westinghouse Digital Official Site
  3. ^ "Westinghouse Digital Electronics". LinkedIn. Retrieved 2018-10-23. Until April, 2010, Westinghouse Digital Electronics was a leading LCD TV manufacturer in the U.S. The company provided a full line of LCD displays as well as other consumer electronic products. Westinghouse Digital Electronics LCD-based line-up included a complete family of 720p and 1080p LCD HDTVs and HD 1080p monitors in a wide range of sizes and formats, HD Grade™ computer standard and widescreen monitors, digital photo frames and notebook/HDTV bundles.
  4. ^ "About us: Westinghouse Electronics". Retrieved 2018-10-23.
  5. ^ Westinghouse shows off 4K TV CNET.com, 6/17/2012

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