LG unveils world's first wireless 4K TV

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LG unveils world's first wireless 4K TV

Photo: LG M3 TV from 97 -inch screen/lgnewsroom.com

LG introduced a new OLED TV – model M3 with a 97-inch screen, positioned by the manufacturer as the world's first wireless TV.

The TV allows you to watch an image with a resolution of up to 4K with a refresh rate of 120 Hz, which is the maximum figure for all TVs, including wire, in the line brand.

The M3 model is completely devoid of all ports and connectors, except for the power outlet – it is integrated into one of the legs of the device.

LG introduced the world's first wireless 4K -TV

Zero Connect technology is used to transmit the signal, which involves the use of a special set-top box in tandem with the TV.

The module is equipped with all the necessary ports, including three HDMI, two USB and Ethernet for connecting video sources, sound and game consoles. The set-top box can be placed up to 10 m away from the screen, and it can be controlled using voice commands.

To ensure uninterrupted data transfer from the set-top box to the TV, the company has developed a separate algorithm that instantly determines the optimal transmission path and reduces to minimize errors and failures.

The system can detect changes in space, such as people or pets moving around the room, in real time, and switch data paths accordingly to ensure an uninterrupted connection.

The LG M3 Wireless TV will be available by the end of 2023. The price of the novelty has not yet been announced.

LG introduced the world's first wireless 4K TV

BAGNET recalls that in September 2021, LG engineers created a 325-inch TV for $1.7 million.

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