LAS VEGAS –
(MDEA) revealed at International CES here
Tuesday that it will add a massive 92-inch screen size to its 2011 DLP 3D 1080p
rear projection TV line in addition to new models in the 60, 65, 73 and 82 inch
demonstrating the 92-inch set in Central Hall booth 9021 during the show this
The 92-inch 3D Home Cinema TV is includes a number of advanced
features including a fully integrated 3D TV with built-in emitter, StreamTV
Internet Media streaming, multi-speaker immersive sound technology (IST),
center channel mode with center channel input, rear channel pre-outputs,
sub-woofer output, Bluetooth streaming audio, four HDMI inputs, ISFccc, USB
media player, advanced calibration mode, universal remote control, 120Hz
sub-frame rate, Jade user interface and a new clear contrast screen.
The company is also showing its first 1080p full HD 3D home theater
front projection system, targeting home theater applications.
In addition, some of Mitsubishi Electric’s commercial divisions
will highlight their respective technologies, including a super high-contrast
155-inch OLED display geared for the digital signage market and a new
Mitsubishi Mini Photo Album Printer which offers the ability to design and
instantly print personalized pocket-sized photo books.
“3D TV has formally arrived, and unit sales in 2010 certainly
underscore this fact. 3D dominated box office numbers, as consumers flocked to
the cinema to lose themselves in the fully immersive experience that large
screen 3D delivers,” stated Max Wasinger, MDEA sales and marketing executive VP.
“Our focus at Mitsubishi is to replicate the cinematic 3D experience in
the home, and our broad offering of very large screen 3D Home Cinema and 3D
LaserVue TVs do just that.”