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Ralf Jurrien : October 1st 2007 - 14:20 CET
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Mitsubishi electricMitsubishi mobile showroom : A number of Mitsubishi retailers across the country will host the local debut of Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America’s rolling showroom as it takes to the road this month. The first appearance for the 53-foot big rig trailer is September 21-23 in El Paso, Texas. The rig nearly doubles in width to 24 feet to create a 1000-square-foot showroom filled with the latest high-definition DLP and flat panel televisions. Thousands of people are expected to tour the mobile showroom as it travels through Texas, California, Virginia, North Carolina, Georgia, Florida and Arizona. On display will be more than a dozen HDTVs, including Mitsubishi’s SuperSlim LCD flat panel and large screen HDTVs.
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Incorporating Mitsubishi’s innovative UltraThin Frame design, the sets’ frame width is less than one inch wide, so a 46-inch LCD flat panel is only 42 inches wide and sleekly fits into a space equal to or smaller than the typical 42-inch plasma set. The TVs are also thinner and lighter: A 73-inch set weighs less than 100 pounds and has a depth of less than 18 inches, taking up less space than a 46-inch plasma TV on a base.

46 inch HD monitor

Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America
Headquartered in Irvine, Calif., Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America, Inc. is a subsidiary of Mitsubishi Electric Corporation of Japan, a worldwide leader in premium quality imaging and presentation products that set the standard in innovation, performance and reliability. The Photo Imaging Division of Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America manufactures and markets a wide range of products for the photographic industry, including an extensive line of digital photo printers and kiosks.

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