The device consists of specially engineered mirror glass with an LCD TV behind the mirrored surface. The mirror is carefully polarized to allow an image to transfer through the mirror, such that when the TV is off, the device looks like a mirror. Models include High-Definition functionality, common with the LCD technology used in the screens. Some manufacturers offer high-end input and output options for entire-home A/V integration.
- PC World - Philips Unveils Mirror TV
- 21st Century Technology - Mirror, mirror...what's on TV?
- Wall Street Journal
"CES 2010 Innovation Award" http://www.cesweb.org/awards/innovations/2010honorees.asp?category=931341
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