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Mitsubishi introduces Range of HDTVs in the US

Mitsubishi Logo Mitsubishi has introduced a new range of HDTVs including DLP models, Ultra Thin Frame LCD HDTVs and the LaserVue, Laser TV series.

The LaserVue was initially showcased at CES 2008 in January. It is the first ever laser-powered television, claims Mitsubishi. The LaserVue offers a range of never before seen color in home entertainment. Precise and accurate, the purity of the laser light surpasses current high-definition technologies. Laser beams provide the widest range of rich, complex colors, along with maximum clarity and depth of field.

The LaserVue TVs are further made capable of viewing 3D viewing experience. Also they are environment-friendly, consuming approximately one-half the power of today’s LCD TVs.

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Mitsubishi intends to ship the LaserVue TV in Q3 of 2008.

The new 1080p DLP HDTVs feature thinner frames, increased brightness and 3D-ready capability. Besides, Mitsubishi’s exclusive 6-Color Processor delivers extraordinary vivid color reproduction. The DLP models are available in various sizes including 73”, 65” and the 60”. While, the Diamond DLP HDTV line offers ultimate large screen performance and design. The diamond range features Smooth120Hz that optimizes fast action scenes and Dark Detailer for higher contrast imagery along with a high gloss design and Blue Light Accent.

The price of the 1080p DLP HDTVs range between $1,799 and $4,699.

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“Because Mitsubishi has focused on large-format televisions for more than two decades, we have a unique understanding of our customers wants, needs and expectations from their HDTVs,” said Frank DeMartin, vice president, marketing, at Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America. “Our new 2008 HDTVs are a direct result of listening to our customers, and we have delivered multi-dimensional products that will take their viewing experience to a new level.”

The Mitsubishi 1080p LCD HDTV series boasts an ultra thin frame and their sizes range between 40″ to 52″. Mitsubishi has claimed to reduce the width of their LCD TVs by more than 10 percent. The other new features added to the latest LCD TV range are low-profile speakers offering improved sound, Smooth 120Hz Film Motion and GalleryPlayer technology.

Even the LCD TV range includes the Diamond series that is enriched with Variable Smooth120Hz Film Motion to optimize movie reproduction, a high performance, low profile speaker design for high-quality sound, DeepField Imager for higher contrast imagery and a high gloss design with Blue Light Accent.

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Mitsubishi’s 1080p Ultra Thin Frame LCD HDTVs are available in the US market at prices ranging from $2,499 to $4,499.

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