Certainly one of the hottest technologies at this year's CES is the 27-inch Organic Light Emitting Diode television by Sony.
Not only is the picture beautiful, but the screen is just three millimeters thick, about the same as three credit cards. Current LCD televisions require a backlight, but OLED technology doesn't, which means its far more energy efficient.
This full HD (1080p) television also has a million-to-one contrast ratio, which means blacks are very black and brights are very bright. It also has what Sony claims is a super fast response time, so there won't be any blurring if you happen to be watching a movie or sporting event.
Smaller, 11-inch OLED's have been on sale in Japan for the last few months, but they haven't worked their way into the U.S. market till now. Sony says the sets are on sale at select Sony stores across the country for a not-too-shabby $2,499.