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.
If you are a fan of the Dallas Cowboys, NFL football, or sweet and massive big screen TVs you may have heard about the new stadium the Cowboys are playing in this year. The stadium has a massive 11,393 square-feet of TV screen space.
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.
It seems like everyday we're talking about a new projector of some sort and today is no different. Mitsubishi announced their LVP-XD95ST, which is a DLP Projector that is actually in a more affordable range than most.
Mitsubishi made a broad stroke this morning by announcing the latest update to their HDTV lines and introduced two new models that are worthy of checking out. Two lines in particular got major overhauls: the Home Theater line and the Immersive Sound LCD line.
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.
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.
The 65-inch Mitsubishi Laser TV got official back in 2008 and later rolled in production with shipping date announced in October. Its debut gained positive reviews nationwide, supposedly the next generation display to rival Plasmas and LCDs thanks to its wide color gamut ability and low energy consumption. It’s still a new and exciting technology, the expectation is high but the unit has long overdue and high in demand.
Despite we were told its availability months ago, we haven’t heard if the display has indeed shipped to paying customers. Latest update on the Laservue doesn’t help; the manufacturer has temporary hold the production of the laser TV due to a manufacturing problem. Details of the holdback were not disclosed but said the engineers are on their feet to ensure displays are back on production, at highest standards as soon as possible.
Mitsubishi has announced a wide color gamut 26-inch (25.5-inch) H-IPS LCD panel, RDT262WH, in Japan. Its specification, including the of claim of 97% Adobe RGB color range are closely resembling the new NEC 26-inch MultiSync LCD2690WUXi2 we reported early.
Mitsubishi engineers have developed a laser diode that’s capable of 110mW at 638nm, an industry’s highest power conversion efficiency of 28 percent, and is for the use in pico projectors, handhelds, or any compact laser light color source devices.