These stands can make your TV float

They'll just cost more than your plasma or LCD.

The 'Cosmos' Schroers AT&T Schroers

They can't compare with the TV-bar combo --nothing can, really--but these "floating" glass stands are about as close as you can get. An ultra-contemporary line by U.K.-based Schroers AT&T Schroers manage can perform a magician's levitation act with any plasma or LCD up to 60 inches or 70 kilograms (about 54 pounds).

As if that weren't enough, OhGizmo notes that a rotary base can swivel these futuristic stands along a ring of steel bearings. These aren't for the faint of heart or the tight of fist, however: Their prices range from $5,900 to $6,600. The way plasma prices have come down, that means you could easily be spending three times more for the stand than for the TV itself.

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