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Introducing the world’s first wireless OLED TV – the LG Signature M3

LG Signature M3

Introducing the LG Signature M3 – the world’s first wireless OLED TV that offers a futuristic and clutter-free viewing experience. With its Zero Connect technology, the TV operates remotely without any wires, thanks to an accompanying wireless receiver box that connects all the peripherals. The LG M3 features a 97-inch OLED display that works in conjunction with a box capable of transmitting audio and video signals of up to 4K and at 120Hz.

The accompanying box can be placed up to four meters away, making the TV’s surrounding environment much less cluttered. It can connect to various peripheral devices such as set-top boxes, hard disks, Blu-ray players, game consoles, and soundbars, making it a versatile option for entertainment. LG Electronics has developed an algorithm that identifies the optimal transmission path and adapts it in real-time to ensure that the signal is not affected by obstructions.

Moreover, the Zero Box is equipped with voice recognition, allowing users to turn on and off all connected devices without having to get up. LG’s wireless TV achieves its goal seamlessly, making it an attractive option for serious cord-haters with a budget to spare.

The LG M3 boasts a clean and minimalist design with a relatively thin-framed screen on a two-legged easel stand. It comes equipped with a 4K OLED panel and Alpha 9 processor, making it 75% brighter than the entry-level B3 OLED in its 77-inch size. It also has generous support for HDR formats, including Dolby Vision, Dolby Atmos, and all the latest gaming features. The TV also has an integrated wall-mount bracket, making it easy to install against a wall.

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