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Mitsubishi Launches Videowall Upgrade Marketplace

Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America's Presentation Products Division announced its Mitsubishi Owners' Circle, a portal site where qualified buyers and sellers can connect and trade or upgrade their Mitsubishi videowall products.

Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America's Presentation Products Division announced its Mitsubishi Owners' Circle, a portal site where qualified buyers and sellers can connect and trade or upgrade their Mitsubishi videowall products. Users can search for specific product parts or create listings to sell pre-owned cubes efficiently and cost-effectively.

"Because of the new modular design of our Seventy Series display wall, many of its components are interchangeable, so it's easy for users to switch them out and upgrade their systems over time," said James Chan, senior director of marketing at Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America, in a statement. "We realized that our customers might want to connect with each other to maximize recycling potential by buying and selling directly among themselves."

Sellers can go to the Mitsubishi wall cube website and look for Owners' Circle, listed under the Resources tab. There, they submit pertinent data like contact information, part numbers, serial numbers, description and condition, desired selling price, and more. Sellers are limited to current owners of any version of Mitsubishi display wall cubes.

Potential buyers can view available selections and upload their own data when they are ready to discuss a purchase. To verify product authenticity, Mitsubishi verifies the information from each party and then connects the two.

The new Mitsubishi Seventy Series cube choices include XGA (1024x768) and SXGA+ (1400x1050) resolution; LED-based light sources or lamp-based engines with single- or dual-lamp configurations; screen sizes of 50, 67, and 80 inches; three input card slots; and front- or rear-access screen panels (80-inch is available in only rear-access).

This modularity allows an easy and cost-effective upgrade path: users replace input cards, optical engines, or other parts instead of purchasing whole new units. After replacements or upgrades are installed, the cubes automatically adjust color and brightness across the wall for cost-effectiveness and minimal downtime, and the replaced units can be listed on Mitsubishi's Owners' Circle to help find them a new home.

 


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