OLED televisions are super thin, ultra-contrasty, and have colors that are saturated to the point of near surreality. But other than Sony's dimunitive XEL-1, which has been on sale since 2008, they're usually trotted out at CES only as dreamy concept showpieces. Samsung's 55" Super OLED, though, marks an important moment in TVs: large-panel OLEDs are now practical to manufacture and sell. No word on price (it will be exorbitant, surely), but Samsung stated plainly that the set would be available for purchase this year. And good thing: after you've stood in front of this OLED beauty, it's hard to look at normal TVs the same way again.