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Mitsubishi Diamond 82-Inch 3D HDTV

Mitsubishi Diamond 82-Inch 3D HDTV

It used to be that 80-inch TVs were the stuff of CES displays and rich folks' home cinemas. Not so with the Mitsubishi Diamond 82-Inch 3D HDTV ($3,800). Beyond the obvious 3D chops, this mammoth monitor also features an integrated 16-speaker, 5.1 channel Dolby Digital surround sound system, StreamTV for on-screen access to web services like Pandora, Flickr, and Facebook, Wi-Fi with an optional adapter, and the Plush 1080p 5G 12-bit Video processor for smooth action and upscaling. [via]

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