It happened. A new category of TV has been announced. Mitsubishi just published a press-release with the details of their large-screen Laser TV.
The long awaited Mitsubishi Laser TV delivers as much as twice the color of current high-definition televisions.
Today's HDTVs display less than 40% of the color spectrum that the eye can see. Now, for the first time ever, laser produces twice the color. Laser beams provide the widest range of rich, complex colors, along with the most clarity and depth of field.
Mitsubishi Laser TV is not only providing the ultimate picture quality, they are also capable of delivering a true 3D viewing experience.
Mitsubishi teamed with leading 3D digital technology provider REAL D to demonstrate the most advanced 3D content available today at the CES 2008.
While today's flat panel HDTVs consume significantly more energy than the analog TVs that they replace, Laser TV sets are energy efficient, consuming less power than comparably sized flat-panel sets.
Mitsubishi will ship the first LaserTV in the United States later this year. See photos of the Laser TV from the CES 2008 press conference.
It has been a long road from the first Laser TV announcement in 2006, but it looks like 2008 is the year Laser TV is becoming a reality.
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