Westinghouse Electronics brought their brand new Roku TV to New York City to show the set off at CE Week 2019—alongside the company’s new gaming monitors. There, the company announced new pricing details as well as retail availability for the affordable TV line.
With screen sizes ranging from 32 to 65 inches, the new Westinghouse Roku line includes two different models, a 4K Ultra HD set, and a 1080p model. The 4K line includes screen sizes of 43-inchs ($299.99), 50-inches ($329.99), 55-inches ($399.99), and 65-inches ($579.99). The 1080p line includes a 32-inch model ($169.99), 40-inch model ($229.99), and a 43-inch model ($229.99).
With the Roku OS platform integrated right into all of the Westinghouse TVs, users have access to more than 500,000 movies and TV episodes through 5,000+ free or paid channels. The free content is easily searchable through the Roku Channel, which offers “award-winners, cult classics, live and linear news, sports, entertainment, and more” all without a required subscription. Additionally, Featured Free provides users with direct links to free in-season episodes from top network shows and full past-season catch ups.
The OS opens up with a personalized home screen, giving the user direct access to the type of content they’re looking for, whether that’s broadcast TV, antenna, their favorite streaming channels, and inputs for other devices.
The Westinghouse Roku TVs are available in various retail stores, including Target, Best Buy, and Micro Center, as well as on QVC and HSN.