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Westinghouse will introduce new LED TVs with Roku's tiny 'streaming stick' at CES next week

Roku Streaming Stick

The Roku Streaming Stick is getting more support thanks to TV manufacturer Westinghouse, who today announced a new lineup of LED TVs that will come with the Roku Stick included. These new sets will be introduced at CES next week, and add more support to Roku's tiny, USB flash drive-esque Streaming Stick, which promises to bring the full Roku experience to compatible TVs. Thus far, Hitatchi and Insignia are the only TV brands that the company lists as "Roku ready," but the new partnership with Westinghouse makes three. According to CNET, Westinghouse's flagship Roku set will be a 60-inch, edge-lit LED TV that comes bundled with the Roku Stick, with smaller 46-, 50-, and 55-inch options available as well. Westinghouse may also sell other TVs that are "Roku ready" but don't include the stick, although those weren't announced at this time. The sets will be on display at CES next week, so we'll see how they stack up to the many, many other TVs sure to be on site.

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