The longevity of DVD-R optical media is how and where you store them. Keep them in a temperature control environment or away from chemicals that deteriorating the data layer is always a good practice. If you don’t have the luxury with environmental control, get the expensive flash media or highly-resistant optical media like the Mitsubishi‘s ARLEDIA.
Mitsubishi unveils a portable size LCD display that says to have a high life cycle of 60,000 hours. The 6.5-inch LCD display features a white LED backlighting with high brightness rating of 650cm/m2 and 600:1 contrast ratio. The AA065VD01 has a VGA size resolution panel of 640x480 and will be available in the late March. I’m not sure if digitime misprinted or Mitsubishi misquoted, the newest LCD display even Plasma panel already has 60,000 hours life expectancy these days. Perhaps it’s the first portable LCD display to feature longer life expectancy?
Japan's worst recall scandal in decade finally came to an end with a conviction. The Japanese’s court has ruled that the former head of Mitsubishi Motors, Katsuhiko Kawasoe and others executives are guilty of professional negligence which involved in a cover-up led to the death of a driver who was killed in his Mitsubishi truck accident due to a faulty clutch housing that was never recalled. Lucky for Mr Kawasoe, the 71 years old doesn’t have to worry about dropping the soap. Though the guilty parties were given only suspended sentences with no jail time but that should set an example to the rest of the auto-maker executives, Don’t Cut Corner in Auto Industry!
Now, this isn’t really cheap in comparison to a box of paperclips, but for the home theater buffs looking for a high-end, but comparatively cheap projector Circuit City has your pot of gold. The projector is a Mitsubishi HC4900 which offers up 1920x1080 resolution also known as 1080p, a 7.5k:1 contrast ratio, and a thousand ANSI lumens.
Talk about a gorgeous screen! This, friends and pixies, is Mitsubishi's d905i, set to form part of NTT DoCoMo's winter line-up of its high-end 905 range. And the crowning glory really does have to be its 3.1-inch 480x864 WVGA+ 262k colour display, on which you can enjoy such pleasantries as the full MSN Messenger experience, HTML email and more.
Mitsubishi unveiled eight new 1080p LCD TVs today. They each sport 3 HDMI 1.3 inputs and x.v.Color which offers 80% more color space than ATSC color space. Unfortunately, you won't find anything on the market that currently outputs in x.v.Color except for some newer camcorders. You'll also notice that the frames on these are smaller than most LCDs on the market measuring as little as an inch.
I must confess, I love watching TV but the sets themselves generally fail to ignite my enthusiasm. So it's a sign of how cool this new HD DLP from Mitsubishi is that it got me interested; not for the specs - though 57-inches and 1080p are pretty special - but for the achingly thin bezel around the screen.