At CES 2023, LG confirmed off the “world’s first wi-fi OLED TV.” This huge 97-inch TV can obtain 4K/120Hz video and audio indicators from throughout the room wirelessly, liberating it of ugly HDMI cables.
All of it makes use of LG’s propriety Zero Join know-how. It is a separate field with all of the HDMI ports you’d anticipate for gaming consoles, cable packing containers, and even a gaming PC. It may possibly join wirelessly to soundbars, supplying you with the flexibleness to arrange your leisure heart unmarred by cable size.
An LG rep advised our pals at Tom’s Guide that the Zero Join field might be arrange 30 ft away with out shedding any sign high quality so long as the field has a line of sight on the TV. A lot for stashing the field in a closet or one thing, however nonetheless spectacular.
The M3 has voice controls, so you possibly can inform it to vary inputs. So far as the newest is worried, LG stated to the location that it might be “a lot decrease than 20ms” and “nearly imperceptible.” Whereas that will not make a distinction when watching a film, avid gamers may discover a little bit of latency when enjoying one thing.
The field has three HDMI 2.1 ports, two USB ports, optical out, and Ethernet, in addition to a coaxial connector for cable set-top packing containers. It has a rotatable antenna to make sure that the TV receives most sign energy. The field will robotically swap the sign’s path to fight sign disruptions like folks strolling by or a curious cat.
One of many cooler options is its ‘One Wall Design,’ a singular wall mounting system that allows you to put up the huge show in a method that leaves nearly no hole from the wall. It seems like a giant fancy portray you possibly can watch Netflix on.
LG advised Tom’s Guide that the M3 being proven at CES is a pre-production mannequin so the ultimate specs and design are topic to vary, though the 4K 120Hz panel would stay the identical. There isn’t any value or launch date but.