Originally Posted by Anaxilus
Laservue is still rear projection and uses a colorwheel I think? Not sure about that last part, maybe its not the same as their older laser DLP? It has primitive 120hz motion compensation which I'm sure is just NR as opposed to more sophisticated Sony Motion Flow. I don't know if there is alignment needed regularly or what potential component failures might be present. Size, energy consumption and mounting options are considerations as well. Plus fast refresh is extremely important for any future 3D use. I have an almost 15 year old Mitsubishi Rear projector which had a one time common solder problem that was a straight forward fix and known Mitsu defect. I won't be in the market for a new screen for a few years, I just like to stay on top of things.
I'm glad we can discuss this here since the Fuze+ is a dead concept w/o mourners.
Could you please link me with Mitsubishi's laser DLPs? I've thought of purchasing laser projector, but google revealed for me that it seems to be the evolving technology, and there are only 3 laser products on the market - LaserVue, some Casio hybrid laser+led portable projector with XGA, and some other pocketable projector with HalfHD... plus some rumors about future Sanyo (iirc) FullHD projector set to release in 2013.
Unfortunately, i haven't seen LaserVue in action, because it is only sold/presented in the USA. However, according to reviews, it should be darn good.
If you're considering 3D use, 2nd gen LaserVue does this (although the price is about $5.5k). Also it features extended size, 75" instead of 65".
And what about power consumption, this is one of laser technology advantages. 1st gen laservue consumes only 135W; my Philips 32PFL9604 consumes about 200W despite 4x smaller screen real estate.