Hitachi 2010 line of LCD HDTVs announced
We’re well halfway into 2010, but Hitachi has just announced their 2010 line of LCD HDTVs for those of us living Stateside. Hmmm, guess that there really isn’t much urgency to roll out a new model for the year, but hey, you can always look at it on the bright side that they are half a year early before the clock tolls and 2011 rolls around. With the world’s economy still hanging precariously, it makes perfect sense for Hitachi to make sure their 2010 line up offers technology and advanced features alongside value-driven pricing to cater to today’s tech-savvy consumer. Let us take a look at the UltraVision UltraThin LED Series in greater detail in the extended post.
The UltraVision UltraThin LED Series are extremely slim, which means you can place them on your wall without much hassle, and they won’t look like an eyesore at all. Measuring under 2″ thin while taking full advantage of the latest high-efficiency LED technology, this new range is more than capable of delivering stunning Full HD 1080p 120Hz picture quality. Hitachi also has a heart for the environment, as they are all environmentally-friendly models by virtue of being mercury-free and ENERGY STAR 4.1 compliant, sipping definitely less juice when compared to conventional LCD models without compromising on image brightness or color vibrancy. The inclusion of CONEQ Surround and CONEQ 3D sound will further enhance Hitachi’s LED line, helping deliver an immersive audio experience to match the brilliance of the high definition video. The higher-end models will feature Instaport technology for ultra fast HDMI input switching, and you can choose from 42″ and 46″ screen sizes for the UltraThin LED series.
As for the UltraVision CCFL Series, it will come in 32″, 42″, 46″ and 55″ models, where all of them boast 1080p resolution, 120Hz panel speed and Hitachi’s Reel120 movie motion technology. They also sport a quartet of HDMI pure digital inputs for the best possible picture. You will find CONEQ 3D Sound thrown into the mix as well for a musically accurate three-dimensional audio image that will do justice to any on-screen programming. Heck, why not turn this into a USB photo viewer at the same time, after all it is large enough to double up as a digital photo frame in your living room.
Last but not least would be the Alpha CCFL Series that offers versatile connectivity with 7 high definition inputs, including 4 HDMI pure digital inputs for a brilliant picture. All Alpha Series model are also ENERGY STAR 4.1 compliant. If you’re on the lookout for a new LCD HDTV, which one would you go for?