Mitsubishi Diamond 3D Projector At CES 2011

Posted: Dec 30 2010, 3:35pm CST | by , in News | CES

Mitsubishi Diamond 3D Projector At CES 2011
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Full 1080p and Up To 100"

3D TVs aren't exactly flying off the shelves right now. Manufacturers have high hopes that CES 2011 will change that. LG is bringing passive 3D TV to the show, along with a smart TV. We'll also see the world's largest 3D TV there.

But all of that pales in comparison to the Mitsubishi Diamond HC9000. This 3D projector is capable of full 1080p display. Since it's a projector, you'll be able to alter the display size to fit your own preferences. Mitsubishi gives 100" as the maximum size. The Diamond is powered an SXRD liquid crystal optical engine.

It brags image contrast of 120,000:1 and uses something called extra-low dispersion glass into the lens in order to avoid the weird color distortion projectors occasionally see. The Diamond has a 120 Hz refresh rate and an independent management function that gives you control over hue, intensity and individual color brightness.

This is a quiet projector too. It puts out only 19 dBa of noise and has two HDMI 1.4 outlets. The lamp comes with a 1-year warranty and the bulb is good for 4,000 hours. No price information is out yet, but we should know all the details once CES rolls around.

The really nice thing about a projector is that it allows you to have a high-end entertainment set-up, something you can use to wow a room full of people. At the same time, turning your living room back to normal just requires the touch of a button. You get all the benefits of a giant HDTV without turning a big slab of LCD into the focus of your hearth.

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