Mitsubishi has its fingers spread across many cookie jars, ranging from consumer electronics to motors, but this time around they will focus on projectors, with the Mitsubishi HC7800D being a model that sports the latest DLP chip which is capable of churning out stereoscopic 3D imagery that ought to blow your mind away – assuming you have yet to jump aboard the 3D bandwagon for your living room.
The Mitsubishi HC7800D is a mid-range device that will rely on Texas Instruments’ 0.065″ DMD chip that is said to deliver exciting, vibrant 3D images in full high-definition. Since all projectors tend to heat up real fast, every one of them comes with a fan – and that fan alone will cause some sound in the long run, but Mitsubishi intends to reduce the sound emitted with a fan that creates just 25 dBa in low mode, allowing you to hear both quiet dialogue or music in your favorite movie moments.
Not only that, this projector boasts of a long lamp life of up to 5,000 hours in low mode, and comes with a one-year limited warranty. Other hardware specifications include a 1,600 lumens lamp and a 30,000:1 contrast ratio, where it will arrive in Q3 this year for $3,495. [Press Release]RELATED
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