Sony just unveiled the KDL-40ZX1, which at just 9.9mm is the world's thinnest LCD HDTV. The Sony HDTV panel nearly halves the depth of Hitachi's thin model, and comes extremely close to Pioneer's ultra thin concept TV.
This Sony Bravia HDTV panel features LED backlighting, a 3000:1 contrast ratio, 120 Hz MotionFlow tech, x.v. Color and Bravia Engine 2 image processing. This is the closest you'll get to having a window as your HDTV for quite a while. There is only one HDMI port on the TV itself. All other HDMI/USB/component ports are found on the base station, which can be wired or wireless. It will be available in Japan for $4,474 on November 10th.