February 7, 2023

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LG presents OLED M, the first “wireless” TV – LG

While it’s not the kind of wireless, battery-powered TV we’ve seen from Displace, LG’s new OLED M connects wirelessly to a separate unit that houses the full electronics.

This solution can be likened to Samsung One Connect wireless software that promises to “blend” the unit with the screen, providing specific advantages during installation.

According to LG officials at CES 2023All content from the unit is transferred to the gorgeous 97-inch display without interruption with up to 4K resolution and 120Hz refresh rate. LG explained in the presentation that the range is up to 9 meters with guaranteed performance provided there are no obstacles. The TV itself features LG’s “One Wall” design, which means it has ultra-thin bezels that add to its impressive size.

A separate LG OLED M unit contains an RJ45 ethernet port, a coaxial input for a TV antenna or cable box, two HDMI ports (one with eARC), a 3.5mm analog audio input, an optical digital audio input and two USB ports.

The idea is to connect all your entertainment devices to it such as Xbox/PlayStation/Switch, Blu-ray player (now say), stored on a USB stick, etc., with the unit then taking over to stream audio and video to a TV using a dedicated wireless connection developed by LG. . However, the South Korean company has not become more specific about the wireless connection specifications as it guarantees that there will be no distortions as long as it is within the permissible range.

LG OLED M belongs to the Signature series, which tells us that its launch in the market is questionable judging by other similar models of the series that were presented at previous CES shows. But if this becomes a reality, then surely the price will be purchase deterrent in most.

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