Mitsubishi Goes BIG with 92-inch 3D TV
The largest in the 3D Home Cinema TV line will have a built-in emitter, ISFccc calibration, and StreamTV features.
January 04, 2011 by Rachel Cericola

Mitsubishi is kicking off this week’s Consumer Electronics Show with a pretty big announcement—or at least the announcement of a pretty big 3D TV.

Today, the company announced plans to add a 92-inch model to the 3D Home Cinema TV line. This is the latest (and largest) model in the series, which already includes impressive sizes ranging from 60 to 82 inches.

As with the rest of its 3D TVs, Mitsubishi uses the power of DLP technology, which has Texas Instruments chips working hard to deliver the sharpest image possible. Other features on this 3D TV include a built-in emitter, a 120Hz Sub-Frame rate, ISFccc calibration and an Advanced Calibration Mode, Bluetooth support, and the company’s new Clear Contrast Screen.

If you’re not ready to invest in the 3D just yet, this set also features StreamTV, which provides on-screen access to services such as VUDU, Twitter, Facebook, Pandora, and much more. Of course, you’re probably going to want to add in your own entertainment as well, via the set’s four HDMI inputs.

Naturally, Mitsubishi has left out a few details, such as availability and pricing. However, the 92-inch 3D Home Cinema TV will be out and about, starting today at the CEA’s “Unveiled” press event in Las Vegas.

Also be prepared: Mitsubishi isn’t planning to stop at 92 inches of 3D TV. The company will unveil its first 1080p full HD 3D home theater front projection system this week, which promises 3D images larger than 100 inches. We should have the scoop on that later this week.


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Rachel Cericola - Contributing Writer
Over the past 15 years, Rachel Cericola has covered entertainment, web and technology trends. Check her out at www.rachelcericola.com.

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