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Tuesday, June 29, 2010
Hitachi Debuts 2010 Line Of HDTVs


Hitachi today announced its 2010 line of LCD HDTVs that blend technology and advanced features with value-driven pricing.

UltraVision UltraThin LED Series

The new Hitachi UltraThin Light Emitting Diode (LED) models are less than two inches thin and utilize the latest LED technology while delivering Full HD 1080p 120Hz picture quality. These environmentally-friendly models are mercury-free and ENERGY STAR 4.1 qualified, consuming significantly less power than conventional LCD models without compromising on image brightness or color vibrancy. CONEQ Surround and CONEQ 3D sound further enhance Hitachi?s LED line. These top of the line models feature Instaport technology for fast HDMI input switching. The UltraThin LED series will be available in 46-inch and 42-inch class screen sizes.



UltraVision CCFL Series

The new UltraVision CCFL series will be available in a 55-inch class home theater model and in 46-inch, 42-inch, and 32-inch class screen sizes. Each model boasts 1080p resolution, 120Hz panel speed and Hitachi?s Reel120 movie motion technology. The slim and light designs are easily swiveled to accommodate various viewing positions.

The UltraVision CCFL Series includes four HDMI digital inputs. Additionally, the top-of-the-line "S604" models feature Instaport technology for faster HDMI input switching. All UltraVision CCFL models also include CONEQ 3D Sound. A USB photo viewer input allows each model to function as a home theater digital photo frame.

Alpha CCFL Series

Building on the 2010 line, Hitachi?s Alpha Series offers 7 high definition inputs, including 4 HDMI digital inputs. Additionally, each Alpha Series model is ENERGY STAR 4.1 qualified. Consumers can display PC photos and videos with the high definition RGB input and enjoy the flexibility of the swivel stand to optimize the viewing angle. To provide more natural sound, the Alpha series features CONEQ technology to optimize each individual speaker driver for musically accurate sound. The Alpha series will be available in the 32-inch screen size (720p) with panel speed of 60Hz.

The Hitachi 2010 line will be released as follows:





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