Okay, so it's quite obvious this is either for the super lazy or those who want to flex their "pimp my crib" muscles, but seriously, is it really that good an idea to invade the most serene part of our homes with technology? A digital clock or a scale is understandable, but a TV? We want your two cents, readers.
Prices for elegance isn't come cheap. A 24" by 36" mirror to 960 for a 48" x 65" model may run you about $240 bucks, and that's just for the mirror. You provide the television screen behind it - they'll just help you figure out how big of a piece of mirror you'll need. Still, cool points for those who can afford it.