MXenes, a recently discovered family of two-dimensional materials, have obtained a large consideration since they exhibit properties with potential applications. Among them, their hydrophilic and metallic conductivity have opened a way to deposit them by solution process techniques. We will present Ti3C2Tx delaminated monolayers forming ultra thin films as transparent electrodes with properties exceeding comparable reduced graphene oxide films. Our films deposited by spin-coating show a low sheet resistance of 437 Ω/sq with 77 % transmittance at 550 nm light. Finally, FET transistors fabricated with our films confirmed the metallic behavior of them. These results demonstrate the presence of a novel and solution-processed twodimensional material with both high conductivity and transparency.