Xiaomi on Tuesday announced the “world’s first mass-produced” see-through transparent TV, the Mi TV Lux OLED Transparent Edition, as part of its 10th anniversary celebration. The 55-inch device will set you back 49,999 yuan (around $7,200), and is scheduled to go on sale in the company’s native China on Aug. 16.
“When Mi TV LUXTransparent Edition is turned off, it looks like a mere glass display,” the company said in a release. “The pictures it displays seem to be floating in the air, merging the virtual and the real to bring an unprecedented visual experience.”
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