It's been clear to anyone looking at the industry for the last few years that Mitsubishi just isn't competitive in the LCD marketplace. When you think Mitsubishi, you think about massive televisions. The idea that they even make LCD sets at this point seems odd. Mitsubishi agrees.
Wednesday, 17 November 2010
The most frustrating thing about being a 3D enthusiast with a Mitsubishi DLP is trying to deal with the compatibility issues. Picking up an adapter just to use your set to view certain 3D content is a pain. If you're using an older 3D capable TV from Mitsubishi, it's the only way to go.
Mitsubishi's new LaserVue, the L75-A91, is nothing short of impressive. At 75 inches, it's significantly larger than the former 65 inch model, and it's got a great assortment of features. The only real question is why Mitsubishi decided to use a nightmarish harlequin figure to promote the set.
Mitsubishi isn’t known for making small DLPs. In fact, it’s quite the opposite. Their sets start at 60 inches and move up from there. This year, Mistubishi Digital Electronics America (MDEA) has created DLPs up to 82 inches diagonally.
Wednesday, 17 February 2010
It’s one of those things we knew was coming, but it’s still refreshing to see that companies are working on upscaling for upcoming 4K2K televisions. There isn’t much in the way of detail from Mitsubishi on this, though we expect to hear more as time goes by. What we do know is that they’re taking 1080p signals and scaling them on up to 4K.