Mitsubishi LaserVue Debuts On Amazon

Posted: Nov 3 2008, 12:02am CST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 10:40am CDT, in Shopping | Shopping Tips

 

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The first Laser TV finally makes its appearance on Amazon.com. Mitsubishi announced last week that the 65 inch LaserVue L65-A90 is officially on sale in stores. Amazon is not directly offering the LaserVue HDTV yet. A retailer named Electronics Expo is offering the L65A90 Laser TV via Amazon for $6,999.

Reviews of the LaserVue Laser TV have been very positive so far. The only beef is with the high price and it seems none of the retailers currently see the need to move down from the MSRP of the L65A90. The highlights of the Mitsubishi Laser TV are reproduction of color gamut in excess of 200% of BT.709* (twice that of other HDTVs), 135W power consumption (a third of other HDTVs), 120Hz, x.v. Color, and 1080p.
More details on Amazon.com.

*BT.709 is an ITU-R standard designed to provide a common digital standard for interoperability between the three analog video/TV systems (NTSC, PAL and SECAM) for high definition television.

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