Mirror TVs are old hat by now, but Ad Notam's booth was certainly interesting to look at as they presented a fair bit of variety. The Ad Notam representative claimed that these custom displays measure anywhere from 2.5" to 3.9" thick while featuring low heat emission. The power source is located outside, hence the opportunity to keep temperatures low. The bathroom units are (naturally) waterproof, and the wires are all protected with a metal pipe. There isn't any specific price tags attached to these displays, but logic dictates they ought to retail for a premium over regular LCD TVs. There’s a new feature available with their line now – a wireless bathroom mirror TV. Indulgence or necessity? You decide with your wallet.