Mitsubishi revealed the pricing of the first Laservue TV L65-A90 to hit the market in the United States at the end of the third Quarter. The 65 inch Mitsubishi Laservue has an MSRP of $6,999.
The price is quite a bit more than you have to pay for a decent LCD or Plasma HDTV in the 65 inch size. The open question will be what price retailers actually will offer the Laservue 65 inch HDTV in store shelves.
Of course the Mitsubishi Laservue TV is promising a new level of image quality. The Mitsubishi Laservue TV delivers twice the colors of today's HDTVs.
The Laser beams provide an extensive range of rich, complex colors, truly distinct clarity, and immersive depth of field. Additionally the Mitsubishi LaserVue has about half the operating power consumption of similar-sized LCD TVs, and a third of Plasma.
The LaserVue TVs also come equipped with 3D-ready viewing technology.
Other features of the Laservue L65-A90 include x.v.Color, PerfectColor, 4 HDMI ports and wired IR input.
A long odyssey for the first Laser TV to come to the market is coming to an end. The Mitsubishi Laser TV story started in 2006. Delayed in 2007, Mitsubishi officially announced the first Laser TV earlier this year at the CES 2008. In April the company announced the LaserVue branding.
Later this year a 73 inch LaserVue Laser TV will also become available.
Via the new Mitsubishi LaserVue TV site.