Ever since televisions became huge flat surfaces, there's been an effort to try and make them look less awkward when not turned on. LG's Signature OLED T gets around this with a transparent 77-inch screen that's nearly invisible when turned off. When the Always-On-Display feature is turned on, photos and artwork seem to float in the air, while allowing for views of whatever happens to be behind the screen. It leverages LG's Zero Connect Box for wireless transmission of audio and video to the screen, enabling a wide variety of placement options, including in the middle of the room as a divider, with optional shelves on the sides to make it look more like furniture than a piece of tech. A simple button click raises the contrast screen, letting the set deliver outstanding 4K visuals helped along by its Alpha 11 AI processor. The TV is expected to be released later this year; pricing has yet to be announced.