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Mitsubishi Lowers Projector Price Dramatically

Mitsubishi HC4900 Projector

If you finally got that surround sound system you wanted and would like to turn it into a home theater, Mitsubishi is offering you the chance. Their HC4900 Projector with 1080p (1920 x 1080) features 15,000:1 contrast, 1000 ANSI lumen brightness, a 7500:1 contrast ratio, and can handle both HD and Blu-ray. Knowing about a $500.00 rebate they are offering through January 31, we wandered over to Circuit City online where they listed it for $2,999.99, marked it down $700.00, and with the mail-in rebate you end up with a not too shabby price of $1,799.99.

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Seven Phones Unveiled by NTT Docomo

Posted by Sheila Franklin Categories: Cell Phones, Corporate News

NTT Docomo Cell Phones

NTT Docomo has 7, count ‘em, 7 new phones on the horizon. They include Mitsubishi’s D905i slider with 3.1-inch TFT screen and 3.2 MPx with auto-focus in a choice of 5 colors, Fujitsu’s F905i with width motion and a Super-Fine IPS monitor of 3.2-inches, and a 3.2MPx cam with CMOS sensor in one of 4 colors, NEC’s N905i with EX LCD screen that rotates and comes in four colors, and NEC’s N905iµ with 3-inch EX LCD display also in 4 colors.
In addition, the company is offering Panasonic’s P905i with W Opening Style screen and 3-inch TFT liquid crystals, Sharp’s SH9051 with 3-inch ASV LCD screen and rotating system, as well as 3.2MPx CMOS sensor with blur correction and Dolby sound, and Sony Ericsson’s SO905i with jog dial, Sensitive Pad, Bravia tech and 3.2MPx sensor (CMOS) with auto-focus. Lots of choices and a ho-ho-ho from NTT.

 

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Organic Blu-Rays Unveiled

Blu-ray DiscMitsubishi and Pioneer have developed BR-D discs made with organic materials, which should reduce the cost of making them. Announced at CEATEC 07 in Japan, the companies will not commercialize them until the end of this year or the beginning of the next. They also announced that they can burn them at a speed of 2x and are working on 4x with multiple layers. Wouldn’t it be nice if “organic” implied that they would be edible after they wear out? Mmmm, chocolate Blu-raspberry ray.

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