Mitsubishi Unveils New LaserVue HDTV

Mitsubishi has unveiled The Mitsubishi LaserVue 65″ HDTV model.
The LaserVue delivers two times the color of many of today’s HDTVs, and also uses
exponentially less power than LCD and plasma TVs. The newest Mitsubishi LaserVue
laser televisions model is sold for $6,999 at select specialty retailers nationwide.
“The
consumer demand for LaserVue has simply exceeded our expectations and the
product is a terrific example of Mitsubishi’s technology leadership within the
home entertainment market. Bringing laser TV to market is a significant
industry accomplishment and we’re very proud to be the only TV manufacturer to
date that has delivered on the promise of a laser-driven TV,” said Frank
DeMartin, vice president, marketing, at Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America.
“With operating power at approximately 135W, LaserVue is environmentally
friendly, consuming approximately one-third the power of today’s LCD TVs, and
one-fourth of plasma TVs. Living in today’s green-conscious environment,
consumers can enjoy this color-brilliant, ground-breaking home entertainment
product while being mindful of energy consumption at the same time.”
LaserVue’s laser beams provide an extensive range of colors, along with truly distinct clarity and immersive depth of
field. LaserVue has demonstrated a
reproduction of color gamut in excess of 200 percent of BT.709, delivering two
times the color of many of today’s HDTVs. Brightness has been demonstrated
at approximately 500 nits. Additional features for LaserVue include
Smooth 120Hz, x.v. Color and 1080p with an Ultra Thin Frame.
LaserVue
is also equipped with 3D-ready3 viewing capabilities, demonstrating
Mitsubishi’s foray into bringing a true “ Hollywood”
entertainment experience to the consumer. At 10 inches thin, LaserVue TV
has been designed for both floor stand and wall-mount applications and features
a full stereo range of sound capabilities with integrated speakers.
“Consumers
are now coming to equate LaserVue with the industry’s best performing
high-definition television, and we are confident that HDTV enthusiasts
everywhere will want to quickly get their hands on one,” continued
DeMartin.