Unlike similar high-quality screens peddled by the big boys, when you turn this one on, its mechanical stand pivots the screen in your direction to create an optimal viewing angle, no matter where you're sitting. Then it unfolds a hidden sound panel from beneath — all with the grace and subtlety of a super sexy ballerina. What's more, it employs a Chromatic Room Adaptation feature that analyzes ambient light from two sensors and adjusts the screen to compensate for the room's color tones. Only catch? It's $8,000.
Joe McGauley is a senior editor at Supercompressor. The Bang & Olufsen retail store is his happy place.