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Mitsubishi LaserVue TV

Mitsubishi LaserVue TV

Just when we thought rear-projection TV was dead, here comes the Mitsubishi LaserVue TV ($7,000) to blow our minds. As the world's first laser-powered television, the LaserVue uses laser beams (surprise!) to provide unmatched color reproduction, clarity, and depth of field. Features include 120Hz operation, 1080p resolution, x.v. Color, 3D-ready viewing capabilities, and a body that's only 10 inches deep. Now what to do with this LCD....

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