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It’s tough to make money in the HDTV business these days. It’s even tougher if you’re trying to push the boulder of rear-projection HDTV up the mountain. Rear-projection DLP has been the focal point for Mitsubishi’s product line, and the company has finally decided not to try to compete with the $500 flat panel market. Instead, they will only make consumer televisions that are 65″ or larger, and will also pursue commercial applications for their sets. Both will be handled by a new company named Mitsubishi Electric Visual Solutions America Inc. (MEVSA), which has a new website of its own.

So if you’re looking for a little LCD screen for the guest room, you can cross Mitsubishi off the list. If you need a projector or a 3D-capable set with a 95″ diagonal screen, however, they’re still looking for your business.

Posted by Alfred Poor, May 31, 2011 6:00 AM

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About Alfred Poor

Alfred Poor is a well-known display industry expert, who writes the daily HDTV Almanac. He wrote for PC Magazine for more than 20 years, and now is focusing on the home entertainment and home networking markets.