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Thursday, March 04, 2010
Mitsubishi Offers Large Screen 3D-ready TV


Today, Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America, Inc. (MDEA) is showcasing its 82 inch Home Theater TV, the world?s largest mass production 3D-Ready television available.

With almost four times the viewing area of a screen 42-inch flat panel TV, the 82-inch Mitsubishi 3D-Ready Home Theater TV provides a high quality, cinema-like, large screen 3D experience.

Mitsubishi has been selling 3D-Ready TVs since 2007, was the first to demonstrate 3D TV at retail, and has been showcasing 3D directly to consumers for over two years running.

Utilizing the same core technology that is used in the vast majority of 3D movie theaters, Mitsubishi 3D-Ready TVs bring the 3D DLP Cinema experience home.

Today, Mitsubishi will demonstrate its large screen 3D TV solution at the new Linder?s store in southern California. From noon through Sunday, Linder?s will be offering Mitsubishi 3D-Ready Home Theater TVs and a 3D gaming bundle to their customers. The 82" model (WD-82837) retails for about $5,000.



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