Mitsubishi is looking forward to streamlining their LCD HDTV market – and to do so, they decided that downsizing it is the way to go. After all, the Japanese company has decided to close some offices in the process and take leave from the LCD TV business entirely – yup, we said entirely. They are, after all, the only company selling rear projection sets even at the present time. What will Mitsubishi do then – will they leave a legacy just like that? Perhaps not, as senior VP Cayce Blanchard points toward selling DLP and Laservue TVs in sizes that are more than 73-inches in size, a region where their competitors rarely venture to. Apart from that, they will continue to sell projectors, display walls, printers and large public display screens to other companies. Let’s just say that if you want LCDs, look elsewhere apart from Mitsubishi.
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