You might be wondering why you're looking at the rear-end of a TV instead of its glossy front. That's because what's notable about this set isn't its panel or its thinness: it's that it doesn't have any cables connected to it. Like a similar model from a couple of years ago, this Haier TV gets its video content over WHDI and it's wirelessly powered by magnetic resonance. Of course, the system isn't truly wireless; Tech-On reports that the TV needs to stay in place no more than 8-inches above the (wired) power transmitter. You're probably going to need a WHDI dongle like HP's Wireless TV Connect for your laptop or set-top-box so you can stream video to the television, too. Haier has no plans to release the 55-inch 3D LCD TV, so you're just going to have to continue to live with cables for now.