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Tag: Mitsubishi

Mitsubishi EMIRAI Dashboard: When Can I Have it in My Car?

Mitsubishi EMIRAI Dashboard: When Can I Have it in My Car?
I’m pretty excited about the design of Mitsubishi’s futuristic¬†EMIRAI dashboard concept. Although I have a few problems with the way that they designed the new steering wheel – for me a steering wheel needs to be an oval or a complete circle – the rest of the design looks pretty cool.

Mitsubishi’s OLED Geo-Cosmos Globe: Display or Death Star?

Mitsubishi’s OLED Geo-Cosmos Globe: Display or Death Star?
This giant light-up disco ball is nearly 20 feet in diameter and is comprised of an astounding 10,000 OLED displays. Mitsubishi calls it their OLED Geo-Cosmos globe and it will be introduced at the National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation in Tokyo.
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Mitsubishi to Offer Virtual Test Drive, Misses Point of Test Driving

Mitsubishi to Offer Virtual Test Drive, Misses Point of Test Driving
This is the Outlander Sport. Like most new cars, you can view pictures and videos of it online. But unlike any car, you can also “test drive” it… using a computer. Sign up for Mitsubishi’s Live Drive and you’ll be given a limited time to control an actual unit via the Internet.

Giant Elevator Carries Up to 80 People: Talk About Raising the Bar

Giant Elevator Carries Up to 80 People: Talk About Raising the Bar
The new building where Hankyu Department Store is in also has several floors of offices, and is situated right on top of one of the largest train terminals in Japan, which means a ton of people will pass through or go to that building everyday.

Mitsubishi’S Giant 155-Inch OLED Display Can Expand to Any Size

Mitsubishi’S Giant 155-Inch OLED Display Can Expand to Any Size
The television display size war is officially over. Mitsubishi showed off a 155-inch OLED display at the Combined Exhibition of Advanced Technologies (CEATEC) 2009 in Japan. If you’re going “155-inches! ZOMG” right now, then you’ll probably die of excitement when I tell you that the display is infinitely expandable.

Mitsubishi Laservue Projection Tv: Yet Another Expensive “World’S First” Gadget

Mitsubishi Laservue Projection Tv: Yet Another Expensive “World’S First” Gadget
Mitsubishi’s L65A90 LaserVue 65-inch Rear Projection HDTV is the world’s first laser-powered television, and the company claims that its laser-lit DLP delivers twice as many colors as the now stupid and old LCD and plasma HDTVs.

Mitsubishi 73-Inch 1080p Dlp Tv Gets X.V.Color, Hdmi 1.3

Mitsubishi 73-Inch 1080p Dlp Tv Gets X.V.Color, Hdmi 1.3
Mitsubishi has started to trickle out shipments of their latest massive DLP rear projector set, and it’s loaded with all sorts of newfangled goodies to give you the best picture possible. The new Mitsubishi WD-73734 features a huge 73-inch diagonal widescreen, but is only 17.5-inches deep.
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