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82-Inch Mitsubishi WD-82737 3D-Ready TV for $4200

Posted in Television by Conner Flynn on April 8th, 2009

82-Inch Mitsubishi WD-82737 3D-Ready TV for $4200Mitsubishi just announced a whole bunch of new LCDs. DLPs too. The one that has us most interested is an 82-inch DLP for $4200. It isn’t just frakkin huge, it’s also equipped with “3D-ready viewing technology.”

With this baby you’ll be all ready to go whenever 3D content enters your home. It’s part of their 737 “home theater” TV line. The company also updated their soundbar-integrated LCD TVs, which start at $1800 for a 40-inch model up to to $3,300 for a 52-incher.

Mitsubishi releases WD3300U and XD3200U Projectors

Posted in Projectors by Conner Flynn on March 3rd, 2009

Mitsubishi releases WD3300U and XD3200U ProjectorsMitsubishi has two new projectors available for the mass market. The WD3300U and XD3200U are perfect for schools, churches, offices, presentation rooms etc. The WD3300U features 4,000 ANSI lumens, a 2,300:1 contrast ratio, and a wide screen WXGA (1,280 x 800) resolution with a 16:10 aspect ratio.

Meanwhile, the XD3200U offers 4,500 ANSI lumens, a 2,500:1 contrast ratio and a smaller XGA (1,024 x 768) resolution. Both projectors feature DLP display technology that allows you to view pictures up to 300 inches in size, diagonally.

Mitsubishi projector offers wide-angle and short throw

Posted in Mitsubishi by Shane McGlaun on November 20th, 2008

Mitsubishi WD500U-ST ProjectorWith some projectors that are used in the classroom or living room, getting a large image on the screen or a wall means needing a big room so the projector can be far enough from the surface the image is on. If you are in a smaller room that means you can end up with a smaller than ideal image.

This is where short throw projectors are perfect. Mitsubishi has announced a new short throw projector called the WD500U-ST that can throw an image 50-inches in size from only 28-inches from the screen or whiteboard.

Mitsubishi launches 3.3 pound pico projector

Posted in Mitsubishi by Shane McGlaun on November 14th, 2008

Mitsubishi XD95U ProjectorAsk most people about projectors and they think of home theater setups, but many professionals use projectors to give presentations for business. This type of user doesn’t care as much about resolution as they do brightness and how compact the projector is.

Mitsubishi has a new projector that just launched called the XD95U that weighs only 3.3 pounds and is smaller than a normal sheet of notebook paper. The small size makes it easy to carry on the bus, train or in an airplane when working on the road.

New Mitsubishi HDTVs integrate 16-speaker sound panel

Posted in HDTV by Nino Marchetti on July 8th, 2008

Mitsubishi Premium Flat Panel TV with Integrated Sound Projector

Mitsubishi recently introduced two new flat panel televisions with a integrated sound panel to meet the demand for surround sound in limited space settings. These new Mitsubishi Premium Flat Panel TVs with Integrated Sound Projector are the LT-46149 and LT-52149, pricing at around $3,400 and $3,700, respectively.

The Mitsubishi Premium Flat Panel TVs with Integrated Sound Projector come in 46- and 52-inch screen sizes and have built-in a a 16-speaker array that creates a 5.1 channel sound field. These speakers are managed by an “advanced algorithm” to generate this sound field and come with a graphical user interface to help consumers setup their room setting.

Mitsubishi breaks down 2008 HDTV plans

Posted in HDTV by Nino Marchetti on April 10th, 2008

Mitsubishi HDTV line for 2008

Mitsubishi earlier this week rolled out the carpet on a variety of new HDTVs for release this year. These new models come in a variety of screen sizes and body configurations and should all begin being available this month in staggered releases.

General details of these new models include what Mitsubishi says is thinner frame and brighter DLP models as well as “ultra thin frame” LCD HDTVs with better sound. There’s also upcoming the first ever laser powered television. If you are curious to learn more, check out the entire press release after the jump.

GalleryPlayer brings HD images to Mitsubishi HDTVs

Posted in HDTV by Nino Marchetti on March 24th, 2008

gp-mit.jpgGalleryPlayer, a self-described pioneer in lifestyle imagery, is adding Mitsubishi to its grouping of CE manufacturers whose HDTVs you can use to show off “full HD 1080p fine art and photographic images.” Panasonic is among the others already doing this.

GalleryPlayer said its technology will be embedded into 2008 Mitsubishi HDTV models launching this spring. This technology will allow for the playback of GalleryPlayer’s “rights-protected HD images.” The technology company and Mitsubishi are also developing a co-branded Web site which wil let Mitsubishi HDTV owners “access the GalleryPlayer online store and easily download, manage, and export images from such top partners as The Metropolitan Museum of Art and National Geographic.”

80-inch Mitsubishi video wall cube oversees world domination

Posted in Office Gadgets by Nino Marchetti on March 18th, 2008

wall-cube.jpgI don’t know about you, but here at the SlipperyBrick “command and control center” we like our video wall cubes for monitoring world affairs. We are therefore quite ready to lay down some serious change for the new VS-80PH40U from Mitsubishi.

Mitsubishi says the VS-80PH40U is designed for “large command and control centers,” which makes us wonder how well it would fit in around our one-room shack out in the sticks. You get out of this massive video cube 80-inches of viewing pleasure via 1400 x 1050 resolution and a “proprietary, high-powered projection engine to provide 190 cd/m2 of brightness.”

Mitsubishi Blu-ray recorders put HD video on standard DVDs

Posted in Blu-ray by Darrin Olson on March 18th, 2008

Mitsubishi Electric launches the DVR-BZ200 and the DVR-BZ100 Blu-Ray disc recordersMitsubishi just launched two new Blu-ray recorders set for Japan with the DVR-BZ200 and the DVR-BZ100. The two recorders each house an internal HDD with 500GB and 250GB capacities, respectively.

The part that really makes these Blu-ray records most notable is that they can record HD content onto a regular DVD disc with Blu-ray’s AVCREC specs. You can fit around a couple of hours of Full HD MPEG video onto a standard 4.7GB DVD, and set it to record using the super-cool, included touch screen remote control.

I want “Frickin’ Laser Beams” on my TV

Posted in Television by Darrin Olson on October 10th, 2006

Laser TVOK, anytime I hear anything about laser beams anymore I can’t help but think of evil geniuses.

Mitsubishi has manufactured a prototype of a television based on the technology of two other companies that uses a type of laser beam projection instead of plasma or liquid crystal displays (LCD). This is still in development but they think something might be ready for production towards the end of 2007.

The Laser TV is intended to be a replacement, or at the least direct competition to the reigning plasma televisions for brightness and picture clarity. Makers boast that the new laser projection television will have a better quality with more detail, consume less power and cost significantly less than plasma or LCD TV’s.

If the new laser TV’s do all that then I guess you really can’t go wrong with that. Is it really to much to ask to …


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