Being a 3d-ready HDTV it will serve a 3D Starter Pack containing a 3D emitter, 3D Adapter with remote, an HDMI cable and a Blu-ray Disc with a collection of clips to really show off your new purchase.
Who says 3D isn’t a hit? Ooh, do I see Sony, Samsung, LG, Panasonic, Sharp and other known companies diving to this craft? Back in 2008, Mitsubishi launched it’s LaserVue HDTV model but unfortunately didn’t make it big, though that time HDTVs are well-off pricey considering the competition versus the much fat-bulky design the LaserVue have. However, thinking better performance and picture quality you can sacrifice the stylish design offer by other competitions over LaserVue’s. Today Mitsubishi revived the LaserVue model (L75-A91) for 2010 this time jumping on 3D-bandwagon, oh, massive 75-incher (41.7- x 66.4- x 15-inches) that weighs 154 pounds, be sure to add delivery boys.
The behemoth HDTV also include web connectivity, four HDMI-CEC inputs, a wired IR output, 1080p native resolution and a price tag of “only” $5,999, not including the $399 3D Starter Pack and $99 3D Adapter.
If you think this out of your budget check out this Samsung LN40C530 40-Inch 1080p 60 Hz LCD HDTV (Black) from Amazon.com for only $624.99.