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LaserVue Is 'Greenest' Big Screen TV

Posted: Jul. 28th, 2009  |  By James Rothaar Freelance Writer |
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Luxury Electronics: The Mitsubishi LaserVue is the ultimate centerpiece for a sustainable luxury home-entertainment system! When you look at the numbers on the Mitsubishi LaserVue television, it adds up quite convincingly. The first laser-powered television's popularity is rising, as the 65-inch-screen is getting rave reviews from consumers and industry pundits alike.

The Electronic House recognized the LaserVue's excellent color range by naming it the recipient of its 2008 Picture of the Year award. Additionally, HD Guru gave the premier laser-powered TV high marks on picture quality, design, and power consumption, stating that the LaserVue was "the 'greenest' display measured to date." Furthermore, in reference to color reproduction: "Color reproduction by the LaserVue in its 'brilliant' mode was unlike any other display device previously tested." The television is viewable in two modes: brilliant and natural.

It uses one-third the power of comparable LCD TVs and one-fourth the power of comparable plasma models. The high-definition television offers twice the color as comparable LCD and plasma models, and it is 3-D ready out of the box. Additionally, being just 10 inches thick, the LaserVue can be wall-mounted or placed on a floor stand.

The Mitsubishi LaserVue L65-A90 compares favorably to other high-end big screen televisions, such as Samsung's LN46A860 and Panasonic's TH-46PZ850U, in regard to its quality and MSRP, which is $6,999. For more information, visit LaserVueTv.com.

See additional articles on high-end luxury electronic items under Electronics in the Lifestyle section of JustLuxe.

For JustLuxe James Rothaar
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