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post #1 of 2 Old 11-22-2008, 01:40 AM - Thread Starter
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So Mitsubishi is first out of the gate with the first Laser TV, the LaserVue 65" model. Has anybody seen this TV yet? How does it compare to plasmas and LCDs?

The real question that should be on your mind is: will we all be watching TVs with "lasers" in a few years? (Make the Dr. Evil quote signs when saying "laser" in your mind. )
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Yep, the thread is 103 pages long already dating back to January. I think people started seeing it a little over a month ago so you can check the last 15 or so pages of the thread to see posts from people who have acutally seen it. They've had it at a local store here for over a week but I haven't had a chance to go look at it yet.

I think the real question should be, "will anyone fork over 7K for this TV?" I think buyers will be few and far between.

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