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Mitsubishi Develops Elevators that Detect Wheelchair Users (3)

Mitsubishi Electric has introduced an elevator that not only can be controlled through voice, but also automatically detects whether a person is sitting on a wheelchair. The system, called "Touchless Call," allows people who are wheelchair-bound or visually impaired to use the elevator without pushing any buttons. The system works by installing sensors by the elevator door. When a wheelchair user approaches the elevator, all the user has to do is to wait for the elevator to arrive. Once the door opens, the user simply speaks out which floor he or she wants to go. The company plans to offer the Touchless Call system to hospitals and nursing homes. It can also upgrade existing elevators. Source: Mitsubishi Electric (in Japanese), via Akihabara News Read More

Mitsubishi HL2750U Projector (0)

People all too often confuse "high-resolution" with "detail-oriented". Unfortunately, however, Mitsubishi is not referring to those details. The Mitsubishi HL2750U Projector features a hardly respectable SXGA+ (resolution of 1,400 x 1,050), so you can forget about this device handling your much loved Blu-ray films in full HD glory. The 3,100 ANSI lumens of brightness should be enough for brightly or mildly lit rooms.This 10.8 pound beamer touts a lamp life of about 5,000 hours, various lens options, digital horizontal and vertical keystone correction, Ethernet/RS-232c ports, as well as array of video inputs. You have the choice to play it nice with optional OL-XL2550 lenses for personalized installations. This allows you to go for long throw distances when the need arises. It can throw images ranging from 40 inches to 300 inches in size.The Mitsubishi HL2750U Projector uses inorganic LCD technology to double its life span compared to units in the same class available on the market. It has a 600:1 contrast ratio. Connectivity options include D-Sub, PC, and DVI-D with HDCP. Clearly, we are recommending you to look elsewhere for a dedicated home theater. We suspect that you will agree with us after forking out $3,995 for this projector.Image Source: Mitsubishi Read More

Mitsubishi Laservue, First Laser-Powered TV (0)

Mitsubishi made use of their renowned laser technology, which they are actually the world leader (would you believe?), and developed the first laser-powered television.  The Mitsubishi Laservue, formally referred to as Model L65-A90, has wowed many tech news blogs and reviewers during its previews, with the New York Times even saying that "the colors appear to be shooting from it,"  all because of its amazing breadth and depth of color despite its crazy retail price of $6,999.  However, let us give credit where it is due.Laservue is not only an amazing high-definition television with a 65-inch screen, it also delivers twice the color of many of today's HDTV all while using only one-third the power consumed by LCD TVs and one-fourth of that of plasma TVs.  The manufacturers have expressed that living in today's green-conscious environment, the consumers can enjoy a color-brilliant, ground breaking home entertainment product all while being mindful of energy consumption at the same time.The HDTV works by having laser beams project an extensive range of rich, complex colors, along with truly distinct clarity and immersive depth of field.  Laservue has demonstrated a reproduction of color gamut in excess of 200 percent of BT.709, delivering twice the color of many of today's HDTVs.  Meanwhile, brightness has been demonstrated at approximately 500 nits.  Other features include a smooth 120Hz, x.v. Color, 1080p with an ultra thin frame (at only 10 inches), as well as 3-D ready viewing capabilities.  It is designed for both floor stand and wall-mount applications and even features a full stereo range of sound capabilities with integrated speakers.  Now, Mitsubishi can proudly say that Laservue can be equated with the industry's best performing high-definition television.  Mitsubishi Laservue is now available at select authorized Mitsubishi Diamond retailers. Image Source: LaservueTV.com Read More

Mitsubishi Flat-Panel TVs with Integrated 16-Speaker Sound Projector (0)

Mitsubishi has just release its own version of, what else, an ultra thin flat panel TV called the Mitsubishi Ultra Thin Frame Premium Flat Panel TV with Integrated Sound Projector. Yes, you read that right. Mitsubishi just upped the ante by putting in Integrated Sound (ISP). It will transform the home entertainment experience with innovative sound technology by offering consumers a built-in home theater TV solution without the added trouble of installing extra speakers or additional wires. Or at least that's the idea. Integrated Sound ProjectorThe integrated sound projector (iSP) reproduces true 5.1 surround sound from a single speaker cabinet attached below the TV screen. The speaker enclosure houses a 16-speaker array that creates a 5.1 channel sound field. Through the use of an advanced algorithm, the iSP delays the sound varying intervals to each of the 16 speakers. As a result, the speaker generates 5.1 distinct sound beams that are focused both directly and indirectly to the listener.*Other FeaturesAn additional point for the Mitsubishi Ultra thin TV with ISP is that the system can be controlled via a single remote control. Plus, the added focus on its sound system does not subtract from the actual viewing department with 46″ and 52″ panels to choose from.Reportedly, Mitsubishi Ultra thin TV with ISP does a fairly good job with its integrated sound projector, but it will work better in a small room than a large hall since sound has less distance to travel before it bounces off the walls to create that surround sound effect. In a large hall, the sound would be pretty weak. The Mitsubishi Ultra Thin Frame Premium Flat Panel TV with Integrated Sound Projector comes in two sizes: 46″ LT-46149 for $3,299 and 52″ LT-52149 for $3,699. Available in July 2008. Read More

2007 Mitsubishi Eclipse Spyder (0)

The 2007 Mitsubishi Eclipse Spyder is one cool ride. This cool and stylish convertible form Mitsubishi doesn't fail to impress car enthusiasts with its sleek looks as well as its performance on the road. Riding in a convertible is next to nothing when it comes to cruising on a clear highway on a clear day with the fresh air meeting up with you as you speed along. It can be a mood changing experience like no other. The 2007 Mitsubishi Eclipse Spyder is able to give you this kind of experience and even enhances it with its different features. The 2007 Mitsubishi Eclipse Spyder comes with a flip open top that can be secured in as little as 19 seconds. You may be able to transform the 2007 Mitsubishi Eclipse Spyder from a comfortable coupe to an alfresco convertible in a cinch. When used as a convertible, the 2007 Mitsubishi Eclipse Spyder attractively looks like a sportster. With a top that is made of three layers of special durable cloth that provides a quiet cabin when raised. Performance wise, the 2007 Mitsubishi Eclipse Spyder never fails to impress. This front wheel drive convertible can run fast and handles the road well. It is also equipped with great suspensions to handle the bumps with minimal discomfort for its passengers. With the top up, it can be quiet riding the 2007 Mitsubishi Eclipse Spyder. To break the silence, the convertible is equipped with a standard Rockford Fosgate audio system with a subwoofer installed in the rear seats to give you clear and powerful sound when needed.The 2007 Mitsubishi Eclipse Spyder is equipped with a 260-HP MIVEC V6 engine that provides the convertible with power but a smooth ride. The exhaust has been toned down to decrease the noise level on the car with the top down. It is also equipped with a four wheel discs with ABS to provide braking convenience at just the right touch. The sleek look is enhanced with the car's standard 17 inch lipless alloy wheels. All around, the 2007 Mitsubishi Eclipse Spyder is quite a car to have and it doesn't disappoint in terms of performance and looks. Read More

Penthouse to Launch 3D Porn TV Channel (0)

Adult entertainment company Penthouse has announced that it launches what they claim as the "world's first 3D pornography television channel" in Europe starting today. The Penthouse 3D channel will broadcast in high-definition programs in 3D, streaming up to 30 hours of soft-core and hard-core adult-oriented programming every month. The channel will be available daily on ASTRA from 11:00p.m. to 5:00a.m. And it will not be alone as archrival Hustler announced last month that it was preparing its own HD channel that would also support 3D programming. Their channel will debut in Europe in March on the Hotbird satellite. PCMag.com notes that Penthouse is not the first network to sell porn in 3D TV. A company called Bad Girls in 3D announced in January 2010 that it would sell a 60-inch Mitsubishi HDTV, two sets of glasses, 3D playback software, and a subscription of their content for US$19.95 a month. Source: Fox News, photo by Paul Sakuma Read More

Electric Bikes Inspired from Electric Cars (0)

Mitsubishi has its own electric car, the i-MiEV, and now Japanese retail chain AEON comes up with two electric bicycles whose design is inspired from Mitsubishi's vehicle. The two e-bikes come in white/ light green and white/ red combination (pictured), just like how Mitsubishi does it for the i-MiEV. The bikes feature 20-inch wheels and are powered by a 4Ah lithium-ion battery. On one full charge, the e-bike can travel for more or less 15 kilometers. AEON is now selling the e-bikes in Japan (and will probably remain in Japan), costing US$1,200. Source: CrunchGear Read More

Introducing Meguru, an Electric Car Made from Bamboo (0)

Osaka-based manufacturers Yodogawa and Kinki Knives Industries team up to develop the Meguru, their modern take on the traditional Japanese rickshaw. This electric car is powered by a lithium-ion battery and it can run a total distance of 25 miles with speeds of up to 25mph in a single charge. Although the driver uses bicycle handles to steer the Meguru, it is actually registered as a car. The developers stayed true to the old-fashioned design of the local rickshaw in designing the Meguru, with its bamboo floors and fan-shaped doors made from washi paper. Click the link to see its test drive. The two companies plan on commercializing the vehicle at a suggested price of US$10,000. Source: CrunchGear Related articles Don't go off-road in electric car made of bamboo (news.cnet.com) How-To: Bamboo electric motorcycle (makezine.com) Mitsubishi rolls out new electric car in Hong Kong (physorg.com) Read More

Black Friday's Hottest Buys (0)

It's the season everybody's been waiting for.Christmas is just 32 days away and the shopping season officially starts today, Black Friday.  Prices are going down and the hottest gadgets are on sale on the web and in store.Here's the list from Engadget : LG 42-inch plasma - $900 sound good? Hit up Sears.ThinkGee's Super dorky 8-bit tie - now 50% offAcer 20-inch 1680 x 1050 pixel LCD - $168Apple:MacBook and iMac (up to $101 off)iPod nano, shuffle, classic (up to $31 off with free laser engraving)Apple Bluetooth headset - $108 ($21 off)Airport Extreme base station - $158 ($21 off)Amazon's:Sony Bravia 60-inch 1080p rear projection - $1,700 ($500 off)Samsung 46-inch 1080p LCD - $1,700 ($700 off)Samsung 42-inch plasma - $1,000 ($500 off) Samsung 32-inch LCD - $700 ($300 off)HP Photo Printer - $9.99 ("lightning deal" goes live at 6AM PST / 9AM EST)Timex Ironman iControl watch - $62.50 (50% off)SanDisk Sansa e250 2GB - $49.99 (75% off)Sanyo Xacti HD700 camcorder - $399.99 (33% off)TomTom One GPS - $149.95 (40% off)Garmin nuvi 360 GPS - $329.99 (66% off)Logitech MX Revolution Cordless Laser Mouse - $69.99 ($30 off)Aliph Jawbone bluetooth headset - $69.99 (53% off)Logitech Z-5300e 280-watt 5.1 surround gaming speakers - $92.99 ($107 off)Staples:Hanns-G 21.6-inch 1680 x 1050 LCD monitor - $150 ($150 off)SanDisk 4GB ReadyBoost USB drive - $17.98 ($62 off)Viewsonic projector - $399 ($200 off)15.4-inch Compaq laptop - $350Circuit City has 791 items on sale by our count:Optoma HD80 1080p projector - $2,500 ($250 off)Mitsubishi HC4900 1080p projector - $2000 ($1000 off)LG 37-inch 720p LCD - $750 ($450 off)JVC Everio-G camcorder - $438 ($161 off)Garmin StreetPilot GPS - $349 ($450 off)15.4-inch Compaq laptop - $299 ($300 off)Canon PowerShot 7.1 megapixel - $214 ($86 off)Western Digital 1TB MyBook - $199 ($150 off)Mac Mall is apparently going for broke on Apple products -- here's just a few tasty numbers:Apple 17" MacBook Pro - Intel Core 2 Duo 2.4GHz - $2,499 ($300 off)Apple iMac 24" - Intel Core 2 Extreme 2.8GHz, 2GB RAM, 500GB Hard Drive - $2,099 ($200 off)Apple iPod touch 16GB - $359.99 ($39.01 off)Samsung 40-inch 1080p LCD TV - $1200, at Best Buy.Toshiba A135-S7403 laptop (plus printer) - $230.Wal-Mart is blowing it out in-store:Polaroid 42-inch 1080p LCD - $798Polaroid 32-inch 720p LCD - $448Philips 50-inch 720p plasma - $1,397Sound video rocker - $30Sony Cyber-shot DSCS650 7.2 megapixel camera - $8080GB PS3 with 10 Blu-ray movies - $499.00Kodak EasyShare All-in-one printer - $99.00WowWee Dragonfly - $25.00Dell laptop - $388Xbox 360 with $50 gift card - 279.92Circuit City:Sharp 46-inch 1080p LCD - $1,299 ($1,200 off)Compaq Presario C717NR 15.4" laptop - $299.99Magellan Triton 300 Handheld GPS Navigation - $149.99Aiptek AH-D HD Camcorder - $119.99 Read More



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