April 21, 2008 by Rachel Cericola
It doesn’t fly through the air with the greatest of ease, but Westinghouse Digital‘s new flip-style TV can contort itself into any spot in need of a high-def jolt.
It helps that the 16-inch PT-16H610S LCD is super thin, but the unit can actually flip and fold to fit into tight areas—like the kitchen. Aside from the acrobatics, the unit also offers a variety of placement options, including the countertop, wall mounting, or it can also hang on the bottom of a cabinet.
Other features include a 180-degree rotation of the front bezel, a 1080p HDMI input, and the option to display family photos.
The PT-16H610S is expected to hit shelves in the next two weeks; it should retail for $349.
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