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Mitsubishi 3D DLP HDTV 2010 range outed

Mitsubishi 3D DLP HDTV 2010 range outed

Mitsubishi have announced their latest range of 3D-capable DLP HDTVs, the 638 Series, 738 Series and 838 Series, spanning sizes from 60- to 82-inches and all packing Full HD 1080p.  In addition to high definition pictures and 3D support there's also an optional integrated 16-speaker 5.1 channel Dolby Digital surround sound system and optional StreamTV internet connected widgets for access to Vudu movies, Pandora, Flickr, Picasa, Facebook, Associated Press, The New York Times and more.

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Mitsubishi unveils massive 149-inch OLED display

Mitsubishi unveils massive 149-inch OLED display

I like the idea behind OLED TVs with better colors, thinner profiles, and less power needed to run the things. I am not a big fan of the massive price premium that is placed on most OLED sets right now. We have for the most part only seen smaller screen OLED displays on the market, but that is changing.

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Mitsubishi’s VUDU Integrated 1080p Flat Panel Diamond Unisen LCDs Begin Shipping

Mitsubishi’s VUDU Integrated 1080p Flat Panel Diamond Unisen LCDs Begin Shipping

Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America has announced today that they've begun to ship their VUDU Integrated, 1080p Flat Panel LCD TVs today, all of which incorporate their Diamond models of Unisen Immersive Sound. These TVs will provide the ability for the customer to seamlessly deliver high definition (HD) movies and television shows to their sets on demand, whenever they want.

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Mitsubishi 3D Touch Panel tracks proximity, hover

Mitsubishi 3D Touch Panel tracks proximity, hover

Mitsubishi have been demonstrating a "3D Touch Panel" that can recognize both direct contact and finger proximity.  Based on a mainstream 5.7-inch 640 x 480 capacitive touch panel, the new proximity tech can sense a finger up to 20mm from the screen surface as well as the speed at which it is moving.  Mitsubishi envisage the system being used for mobile devices, with proximity used to control a mouse pointer or possibly bring up a context menu.

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Mitsubishi developed Linux-based Car in-dash Blu-ray player

Mitsubishi developed Linux-based Car in-dash Blu-ray player

Mitsubishi Electric unveiled it latest automobile In-dash player with a Linux-driven Blu-ray player to be integrated with its Windows CE’s car navigation systems. Like most automobile in-dash player, the thin profile 1D1N Mitsubishi Blu-ray player is a shrunken version of home-used Blu-ray player, at the size of 1/3 smaller than the regular shelf component units.

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