Mitsubishi’s LaserVue Laser TV was touted as the next big thing when it hit US shelves last November. But with Samsung’s LED TVs now taking the initiative in the futuristic fight against LCD and Plasma, Mitsubishi has slashed the cost of its LaserVue Laser TV. Read on and find out why this matters to you now.
The 65-inch Mitsubishi LaserVue Laser TV wasn’t cheap when it first landed. At $6,999 (£4,399), only first adoptors immune from impending financial doom could get involved. But with a 55-inch Samsung LED TV costing £2,408 on Amazon, Mistubishi has cut the price of the LaserVue to $6.499 (£4,010).
While it might not seem a huge drop, Laser TVs offer massive advantages over their LED brethren. They come in the same slimline format, are 3D ready (perfect for when Sky’s 3D trials comes to fruition), offer twice the colour and are super green too.
As future tech goes, the Mitsubishi LaserVue is right at the top of the pile. But we’ll need a few more price cuts before we can dig deep and go for one over the excellent Samsung LED range.