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As expected, this years CES was filled with every type pf television imaginable. Big ones, little ones, plasmas, HD...you name it. With all of those options at your fingertips it's hard to imagine one screen actually sticking out. But I found one! In the way back of the South Hall I found Mirror Image by Ad Notam. They make custom glass or mirror contained High Definition televisions. Now we can all watch Oprah while staring at ourselves! My favorite is the disappearing screen- check it out.

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    Googleman81

    ok, that is totally awesome, way above of my financial limits but still cool... just one thing that kinda bothers me - and of course it has not mainly to do with the great products - is that the name of the company is "ad notam" which is latin for "of notice" and that sort of contradicts with what i thought the companies goal was, integrating screens into your living space and make them only noticable when used, so theoretically the "correct" name for the company would be absconditus or occultus but i guess they chose the name knowingly and most people associate occultus with black candles n stuff anyway so... but  the tv in the fishtank totally fits the companies name.

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    Googleman81

    ok, that is totally awesome, way above of my financial limits but still cool... just one thing that kinda bothers me - and of course it has not mainly to do with the great products - is that the name of the company is "ad notam" which is latin for "of notice" and that sort of contradicts with what i thought the companies goal was, integrating screens into your living space and make them only noticable when used, so theoretically the "correct" name for the company would be absconditus or occultus but i guess they chose the name knowingly and most people associate occultus with black candles n stuff anyway so... but  the tv in the fishtank totally fits the companies name.

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