The MitsubishiLaserVueLaser TV gets tested some more at Bjorn's an Electronics retailer in Texas, by the guys from TechLounge. We already reported about their first encounter of the LaserVue at the World Premier in the same store two weeks ago.
This time the guys spent some time with Blu-ray movies and watching them side-by-side on a LaserVue L65-A90 and a PioneerKuro PRO-151FD 60 inch Plasma.
Their verdict: "If you are the kind of guy (or girl) who has to have the latest in tech, no matter what the cost - an early adopter, a frequent flyer on the bleeding edge - you'd be wise to take a closer look at the LaserVue. The picture quality is fantastic across the board, from unruly action flicks to serene, Sunrise Earth-like films.
And the colors. You're not going to find a set that is capable of displaying colors quite like this one. If you're a Nebraska fan or you cheer for a team sporting a cardinal for a mascot, you're set. If George A. Romero's film collection never leaves your Blu-Ray player, or you're a Republican, you'll love the LaserVue."
Read the full LaserVue review on TheTechLounge.
What this review also means is that at least at Bjorns you can actually pick up a Mitsubishi LaserVue and bring it home for $6,999. I have not seen it anywhere else on sale yet.
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