Westinghouse Announces New Roku TV Line

This month, Westinghouse announces a new line of Roku TVs in a partnership that plans on bringing affordable Smart TVs to every household.

Westinghouse Announces New Roku TV Line

Ranging from 63 to 65 inches, the new Westinghouse Roku Smart TV line includes two different models a 4K Ultra HD model, and a 1080p Model. Promising to provide access to 500,000+ movies and TV episodes courtesy of over 5000+ channels, you will also have the ability to search for free content within the Roku Channel that offers award-winning content, cult classics and live and linear news, sports and entertainment without a subscription.

The Roku OS features a personalized home screen that provides front-and-center access to the antenna, broadcast TV, favorite streaming channels, and inputs for other devices such as game consoles. Roku TV simplifies the TV viewing experience by allowing easy access to all of your entertainment without the need to flip through multiple screens and menu items.

Users have multiple control options over their TV by using either the Roku TV remote control, which has half the buttons of a traditional TV remote, or using the Roku app on their smartphone or tablet. Consumers can also cast popular streaming channels and personal video, photos and music directly from their smartphones to the TV.

?The Roku TV 4k Ultra HD sets come in 43″, 50″, 55″, 58″ and 65″ with prices ranging from $319.99-$699.99, ?with the Westinghouse 1080p Roku TV’s comes in 32″, 40″ and 43″, ranging from $169.99 to $279.99. All of the televisions will be in retails stores such as Target, Best Buy, Micro Center as well as on popular vendors HSN and QVC.

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