Mitsubishi 2011 HDTV Line-Up pricing

Mitsubishi has officially revealed the pricing for its 2011 HDTVs which includes DLP TVs ranging from 73- to 92-inches from the 640, 740 and Diamond 840 Series, plus LaserVue TV, and all led by their giant 92-inch 3D DLP Home Cinema TV.

The Mitsubishi’s 640 Series 3D DLP Home Cinema TV Series offers high quality performance in a 73-inch screen size for $1,599.00.

The 740 series offers wireless Internet capability,  built-in 3D IR emitter, and StreamTV with high-def and 3D movies from VUDU, along with 100 applications for sports, news, social media and entertainment. Available in in 73- and 82-inch screen sizes with prices of $2,099.00 and $3,499.00, respectively. Here is and  “the world’s only laser-powered TV,” Mitsubishi’s 75-inch LaserVue which is equipped with company’s proprietary laser light engine, that combines this pure light source for precise colors with DLP technology for razor sharp 3D and high-definition viewing.  It also feature Clear Contrast Screen, DeepField Imager, EdgeEnhance, built-in WiFi, 4 HDMI inputs, and 120Hz variable smooth film motion.

Mitsubishi L75-A94 LaserVue TVThe flagship Diamond 840 Series includes 73-inch, 82-inch, and the mentioned 92-inch monster. The series offers various new enhancements and upgrades, including a new Clear Contrast Screen that mitigates ambient light through a specially-formulated screen material to deliver “deep blacks, bright whites and a wide range of colors in between,” also integrated Immersive Sound Technology (IST)  16-speaker Dolby Digital 5.1 surround sound system, Bluetooth Audio, Sub-woofer output and 4 HDMI. The TVs also allow wireless control via iPhone, iPod touch and iPad with Mitsubishi’s free for download remote control application. The models are priced at $2,599, $4,199, and $5,999, respectively.

Mitsubishi WD 92840 3D DLP Home Cinema TV

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