According to a Samsung spokesperson, because transparent MicroLED displays have higher brightness compared to transparent OLED panels, they are also less impacted by ambient light.The bad news is that with Samsung’s current crop of non-transparent MicroLED TVs currently costing $150,000 for a 110-inch model, it’s going to be a decently long time until these new displays become anything close to affordable.Coincidentally, Samsung isn’t the only Korean company showing off a big transparent display at CES this year. Its eternal rival LG debuted the OLED T, which, unlike Samsung’s model, is actually going on sale this year. The OLED T is apparently the first wireless transparent OLED TV, with 4K resolution and LG’s wireless transmission tech for audio and video. That’s building on the company’s (non-transparent) M3 model, which debuted at least year’s CES. The OLED T also features a contrast screen that rolls down into a box at its base that you can raise or lower with the press of a button.