Mitsubishi Announces 92-inch 3D DLP HDTV

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Mitsubishi_92-inch_3D_DLP_HDTV.gifTWICE reports that Mitsubishi has revealed its 2011 television line and resting at the top as the flagship model is a 92-inch 3D DLP Home Cinema model, which was previewed at the 2011 CES trade show.

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But that's not all. All the screen sizes are large. The new models include DLP HDTVs that go from 73 inches up to the 92-inch model.

"Consumers are demanding outrageously large screens with the high speed response and picture quality to transform 3D TV watching into a bigger-than-life, fully immersive experience," said Max Wasinger, executive VP of sales and marketing, Mitsubishi Electric Visual Solutions America. "We're responding with a new strategic focus that clearly differentiates Mitsubishi from the commoditized TV market."

This new line is Mitsubishi's Diamond 840 series, and size isn't its only benefit. The new series comes with a new Clear Contrast Screen which attempts to mitigate ambient light through a new screen material, as well as an integrated 16-speaker Dolby Digital 5.1 surround sound system.

The Diamond 840 Series and LaserVue models offer a connected TV feature, Mitsubishi's iPhone, iPod touch and iPad remote control application, which will be available for free in the iTunes store.

Users will be able to pick up this 92-inch behemoth in July 2011 for $5,999.

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• Explore reviews for all manner of models in our 3D HDTV Review section.
• See the original TWICE article on their website.


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