LG confirms prices and launch for M3 wireless OLED TV range

posted on Thursday, 3rd August 2023 by Steve May

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LG has confirmed prices and launch dates for its remarkable M3 wireless OLED TV range. First seen at CES, the models use new Zero Connect technology, with wireless AV transmission at 4K 120Hz, to beam sound and vision to the screens, the only lead required is for power.

The first M3 wireless OLED TV, the 97-inch LG Signature OLED M (model 97M3) is now available in South Korea, and will roll out to key markets, including North America and Europe, later this year. LG is positioning the 97M3 squarely at the luxury end of the market.

It will be joined by the more affordable 83- and 77-inch OLED evo M models with Zero Connect technology.each offering superior OLED performance with wireless AV transmission at 4K 120Hz.

The M3 line will launch in the UK this September. The 77-inch M3 will sell for £5,999.99; the 83M3 at £7,999.99 and the 97-inch premium M3 OLED Signature at £27,999.99.

The Zero Connect box needs line of site with the M3 screen to deliver sound and vision, but uses beam correction to cope with any disruptions to its signal path. An adjustable transmitting antenna that can be positioned according to the screen’s location. It’s the world’s first wireless solution capable of real-time video and audio transmission technology at 4K 120Hz.

LG Signature OLED M boasts the company’s Gallery Design, which allows for a seamless, flush-to-wall mount.

All AV gear is connected to the Zero Connect box, rather than the set. Just connect your gaming consoles and TV set-top box to the Zero Connect unit. Usability is just like a regular TV. The Zero Connect box runs the latest iteration of webOS and has access to a wide variety of streaming services.

The wireless nature of the M3 opens up interior design options, as hardware no longer needs to clutter around the set. Eliminating the need to place a cabinet or table directly near the TV, users can arrange their space exactly how they want it.

The Zero Connect Box can transmit 4K 120Hz up to a distance of 10 metres. Connectivity options include HDMI 2.1, USB, terrestrial RF, LAN and Bluetooth. The box also supports Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos.

Latency is said to be negligible. Using a proprietary wireless AV transmission solution, data is transmitted at 3 times the speed of the Wi-Fi 6E standard.

Steve May

Inside CI Editor Steve May is a freelance technology specialist who also writes for T3TechRadarHome Cinema Choice, Trusted Reviews and The Luxe Review.

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