By >Akihabara News Team
Mitsubishi intros their 75″ 3D Full HD LaserVue 75-LT1 TV in Japan
This is during a press conference held in Tokyo that Mitsubishi introduced their latest impressive 3D laser TV for the Japanese market, the 75-LT1 (which has already been release in the US). Using the Mitsubishi’s Laser technology, one of the most advanced tech, the new 75-LT1 promises to provide more comfortable, more vivid, more eco-friendly image.
As reminder, Mitsubishi’s laser technology (LaserVue TV) aims to provide a color range twice than found on a normal HD TV, and at the same time significantly reduces the power consumption. According to the Japanese manufacturer it only consumes 270 Watts. To put it in perspective, Mitsubishi was explaining that their new 75-inch TV, (that is the equivalent of four 37-Inch TV in terms of panel size), was only consuming 305 Watts (270 Watts for the screen + 35Watts for the station), while four 37-inch TV were consuming 572Watts in total.
Besides the Eco-Friendly part, Mitsubishi was also claiming their technology based on laser beams provides an extensive range of rich, complex colors, truly distinct clarity, and immersive depth of field. Unfortunately, using this kind of rear-projection technology won’t help to get slimmer and sexier display. Indeed, the 75-LT1 is thin of 38.4cm. Anyway, this is thanks to this technology that Mitsubishi could produce much bigger screen sizes for less money
Lastly, Regarding specs, Mitsubishi’s 75-LT1comes with a 75-inch Full HD panel (1920 x 1080) that can display 3D images using the side-by-side format… Our TV also features BS.110/CS Digital TV Tuner, as well as HDMI input (x5), HDMI output (x1), D-Sub port (x1), S-Video port (x3), 10Watts x 2 Speakers, and two pairs of active shutter 3D glasses.
Price: 750 000 Yens
Release Date: August 21st