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CES 2008: Mitsubishi Unveils Laser HDTV
New rear-projection technology launches. It looks rather nice.

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  1. bastielm says:

    der laser-tv ist …
    der laser-tv ist von mitsubishi und soll noch in diesem jahr auf den markt kommen. das beste aber daran ist nicht nur die tolle farbbrillianz, sondern das eine 3D-Funktion mit an bord ist. dann kann man via einer shutter-brille die zukünftigen blockbuster in 3D zu hause ansehen. das muss richtig cool sein. dazu gibts auch noch den p enden 3D!- Blue-Ray-player. wahnsinn! wird das geil! und dann noch spiele in 3d…. wow….. dann kann man die 2d-filme ins museum schicken :)

  2. Sanddesert says:

    For this new 3D …
    For this new 3D function there is no eyegl needed to see the 3D effect. It is created by a special layer on the screen, although ofcourse the broadcast itself has to be in 3d.

  3. Diehard6309 says:

    you will die in …
    you will die in seven days if you don’t post this comment on 10 videos in the next hour. if you do, tomorrow will be the best day of your life

  4. raidersin2007 says:

    Wow no eyegl ? …
    Wow no eyegl ? thanks for the heads hu sanddessert. very innovative technology, i’m impressed.

  5. k9feces says:

    color, my …
    color, my plasma is too colorful

  6. VEGAN0011 says:

    when is laser tv …
    when is laser tv coming out

  7. mystieus says:

    Fall of 2008 under …
    Fall of 2008 under the line of Mitsubishi televisions

  8. VEGAN0011 says:

    thankyou mystieus
    thankyou mystieus

  9. Nyana999 says:

    I hope Laser …
    I hope Laser resolves the whole Juddering issue most HDTVS have, not to mention they better have high contrast ratios/deep blacks and I’m also curiouse about the response time. As of now, I wouldn’t waste a dime on any HDTV on the market, since they’r all flawed and can’t perform as good as a high end CRT

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