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Mitsubishi Laser TV Coming 2007

Apr 4 2006, 1:20am CDT | by

Mitsubishi Laser TV Coming 2007
 
 

Mitsubishi will show the first Laser projection TV set end of this week.

Update 04/08/08:
The Mitsubishi Laser TV is now called Mitsubishi LaserVue.

Update 03/21/08:
Mitsubishi Laser TV available Information Summary

Update 01/16/08:
Interview with Mitsubishi about LaserTV

Update 01/07/08:
Mitsubishi Laser TV official

First Mitsubishi Laser TV Photos

Update 12/28/07:
Laser TV to debut at CES 2008

Instead of white-light mercury lamps a Laser TV uses a red, blue and green laser to generate images. The advantages are bright and deep images on large, thin, lightweight screens.
Apparently the first commercial Laser HDTV will go on sale in 2007.

Plasma and LCD technology are getting competition from new technology such as S.E.D. and Carbon Nanotube in the near future.Mitsubishi will show a 52 inch Laser TV Mitsubishi laser television on Friday in Huntington Beach, Ca.
More details on the NY Times.

Update 06/25/07:
Mitsubishi will show Laser TV at CES 2008

Mitsubishi Projection TV Deals


Update:
Coherent shows a Laser TV prototype live on video.
Arasor develops Laser TV Technology

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Luigi Lugmayr (Google) is the founding chief Editor of I4U News and brings over 15 years experience in the technology field to the ever evolving and exciting world of gadgets. He started I4U News back in 2000 and evolved it into vibrant technology magazine.
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