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FUJITSU ANNOUNCES PRICE REDUCTION ON PLASMAVISION P63XHA40US HIGH-PERFORMANCE PLASMA DISPLAY

— 63-Inch Model Priced More Competitively – $5,000 Off Original MSRP —

FAIRFIELD, NJ — Fujitsu General America, a recognized leader in the fast-growing plasma display market, today announced a major price reduction on its Plasmavision P63XHA40US 63-inch HDTV monitor. Effective immediately, the manufacturer’s suggested retail price has been reduced by $5,000, from $17,999 to $12,999.

“Flat-panel plasma monitors are fast becoming the high-performance display of choice for many home theater enthusiasts,” noted Tedd Rozylowicz, President, COO, Fujitsu General America. “As their popularity increases, prices industrywide are naturally being adjusted downward, due to both increased competition and lower manufacturing costs. In this fast-growing market, Fujitsu Plasmavision products are renowned for their high quality, advanced features and total placement flexibility. By reducing the price of our 63-inch P63XHA40US, we’re making this no–compromise performance available to even more of our discriminating customers.”

The ultimate big-screen home theater display, the P63XHA40US incorporates today’s foremost image-enhancement technologies, including Fujitsu’s proprietary Advanced Video Movement-II (AVM-II) digital video processor, and a leading-edge 10-bit video processing system that produces more than 1.07 billion colors.

The P63XHA40US features a high-definition 1366 x 768 pixel panel that provides maximum resolution images from today’s most advanced digital video sources, with a wide 160-degree viewing angle. For optimal reception of all digital television broadcasts, the P63XHA40US also features an HDMI input. The input provides a direct digital connection to the latest high-end audio and video devices — such as a satellite system or an HDTV set-top box — to provide crystal-clear, high definition digital images and sound.

Designed for simple installation and seamless integration into any home theater system, all Fujitsu Plasmavision displays feature a sleek, lightweight bezel and an extensive array of inputs and outputs. In addition, Plasmavision displays have a chassis design that enables all connecting cables to be easily and invisibly installed.

About Fujitsu General America
Fujitsu General America is a subsidiary of Fujitsu General Limited, headquartered in Kawasaki, Japan. Founded in 1936, Fujitsu General is the worldwide leader in the development of plasma display monitors and has been the front-runner in the commercialization of plasma display technology. For additional information, please visit www.plasmavision.com.

Plasmavision is a registered trademark of Fujitsu General Limited.

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