Mitsubishi Introduces Two High Definition Plasma Monitors
Apr 13, 2005
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Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America, Inc. introduced two plasma monitors. Mitsubishi plasma monitors include Plush(TM) imaging. The 42-in PD-4265 and 50-in PD-5065 feature 12-bit color processing, resulting in more than 68 billion colors. Both monitors include Mitsubishi's BrightCell(TM) plasma technology, which uses thinner, darker cell wall construction for more phosphor area per pixel.

Another feature shared by both displays is Mitsubishi's MicroFilter(TM) technology. Each plasma cell has a matched microfilter that optimizes red, green, and blue phosphors.

Each display includes Mitsubishi's six-way color control to allow the user to adjust six colors for optimal picture performance. The 42-in model displays in 1024 by 768 resolution while the 50-in boasts 1365 by 768 resolution. Both monitors utilize Mitsubishi's Plush(TM) imaging to deliver brightness, contrast, and color accuracy.

According to the company, the new models feature an HDMI(TM) input and come with removable low profile, bottom-mounted speakers and a height-adjustable stand. The new models are expected to arrive in stores in August and September.

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