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Mitsubishi LaserVue TV receives Most Efficient ENERGY STAR Award

The laser television was recognized for its low energy consumption.

By Elaine MurphyPublished: February 08, 2012 07:15 AM

Irvine-based Mitsubishi Electric Visual Solutions America Inc. recently received a 2012 Most Efficient ENERGY STAR Award for its 75-inch LaserVue L75-A94 TV.

The model is the largest TV to earn the award and is the only laser TV in the world. Although the ENERGY STAR standard requires it to operate at 108 watts, the LaserVue delivers a high-quality picture while consuming less than 85 watts of energy and maintaining one of the lowest watts-per-inch ratios in the industry.

ENERGY STAR introduced the Most Efficient awards to promote the development of new energy-efficient products, including refrigerators, TVs, air conditioners and clothes washers.

“Meeting the ENERGY STAR Most Efficient criteria demonstrates the value of Mitsubishi’s innovative laser TV technology,” said John Hwang, senior product manager of Mitsubishi Electric Visual Solutions America. “Based on size, viewing experience and energy efficiency, the LaserVue is a great choice for energy-conscious consumers and those who want an unmatched home theater experience.

“Mitsubishi’s pioneering work in laser technology led to our 2008 launch of the LaserVue line, and we’re proud to continue delivering an energy-efficient product that doesn’t compromise on performance,” Hwang added.

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