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Mitsubishi Introduces Second-Generation Plasma Display Line-Up
Posted Apr 15, 2003 Print Version   Page 1of 1
  

Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America has introduced its second-generation line-up of plasma displays, featuring both Enhanced-Definition (ED) and High-Definition displays. In the Platinum Series of products, Mitsubishi introduced the PD-4220 EDTV-Upgradeable and PD-5020 HDTV-Upgradeable plasma displays.

In the Diamond Series, the company announced the PD-4230, PD-5030 and PD-6130 HDTV-Upgradeable plasma displays. Scheduled for release in early summer 2003, these displays transform into fully integrated ED and HD televisions, with all the features and functions of a one-piece EDTV/HDTV by adding the HD-5000 Digital Receiver-Controller connected via the proprietary MonitorLink connection.

Mitsubishi announced suggested value pricing as follows: PD-4230-- $7,499; PD-5030 -- $11,499; PD-6130 -- $20,499. Pricing on the PD-4220 and PD-5020 was not announced.

(http://www.mitsubishi-tv.com)

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