Here at OSM, we updated you on the 4 January in relation to Mitsubishi and their 92-inch DLP HDTV, which could be seen at the current CES show in Las Vegas. Today news has been brought to the tech world of a jaw dropping 155-inch display from Mitsubishi made up of OLED panels, aimed at the “digital signage market.”
As Engadget stated, in the way of specifications, there is really no difference between this model and the 92-inch covered by ourselves, just the overwhelming size. Along with tablet devices, smartphones, Blu-Ray players, cameras and so on, TV’s have featured highly on the CES list this year, and Mitsubishi are hoping to make this year theirs with up and coming models. When we go back to view the smaller version, specifications include that of the DLP concept and not that of an LED or plasma screen but just “rear projection.”
Image of a Mitsubishi 92″ 3DTV
Also included will be the benefit of Fully integrated 3DTV with built-in emitter, Stream TV internet media, Multi-speaker Immersive Sound Technology and as PCMag.com reported, gives out an impressive 5.1 surround sound via beem steered speakers at the front of the set. Bluetooth Streaming Audio will be included as well as 4 HDMI outputs, a universal remote control and so on.
What do you make of Mitsubishi’s impressive TV’s? Let us know.
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