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Mitsubishi unveils IPS-based display with 3D

updated 11:10 am EDT, Thu April 28, 2011

Full HD, HDMI 1.4 support

Mitsubishi Electric Corporation introduced an IPS-based 3D LCD display, the RDT233WX-3D (BK). The 23-inch display features supports HDMI 1.4 and requires glasses to view 3D content. The intensity of the 3D effect can be adjusted to suit viewer preference. The unit has full HD 1,9201,080 resolution, 3.8ms response rate, and 1,000:1 contrast ratio. The display provides a twelve degree viewing angle in 3D mode.

In Mitsubishi's high-resolution mode, the display has 178-degree side viewing angle. Color depth is approximately 16.7 million colors.

The unit has DVI-D, Mini D-Sub15 pin, and two HDMI connections. Picture-in-picture mode is supported. Stereo speakers (2Wx2W) are built into the display. Dimensions are 21.8 6.8 15.8in. (w d h). Weight is approximately 10 lbs.

The included stand has three height positions of up to 15mm and can be adjusted up to 20 degrees of vertical tilt. Cables and remote control are also included.

The Mitsubishi RDT233WX-3D (BK) will be available in Japan starting May 30. Expected retail price is 52,800 yen ($648). The company has not released pricing or availability information for the US market. [via PC Watch (Japanese)]







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