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LG Debuts New OLED TV With Zero Connect Technology

Real-Time video and audio wireless transmission up to 4K 120 Hz

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LG Electronics has introduced its 97-inch LG Signature OLED M (model M3) with Zero Connect technology, a wireless solution capable of real-time video and audio transmission at up to 4K 120Hz.

Unlike conventional TVs, where all input ports for connecting external devices are located on the rear or sides, the M3 comes with a separate Zero Connect box that sends video and audio signals wirelessly to LG’s cinematic, 97-inch screen. Because it can be placed away from the TV, the Zero Connect box helps to create a cleaner, distraction-free viewing environment and gives users greater freedom to arrange their space. The box comes with multiple ports for plugging in commonly used HDMI devices, such as cable/satellite set-top boxes and gaming consoles, and can also connect wirelessly with compatible soundbars for additional cable-free convenience. Along with offering users more freedom when curating their space, the M3 and its Zero Connect box allows users to easily install the new LG OLED TV without entangled cables.

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LG’s wireless solution leverages state-of-the-art technologies to provide reliable video and audio transmission to the M3’s self-lit OLED screen — allowing users to enjoy content at 4K 120 Hz, and clear, crisp sound, without interruption or degradation of quality. To ensure the seamless transfer of data from the box to the TV, the company developed an algorithm that instantly identifies the optimal transmission path. The algorithm also helps to minimize transmission errors or disruptions as it can recognize changes in the immediate environment — such as people or pets moving around the room — and switch paths accordingly. Additionally, for maximum signal strength, the box’s antenna can be easily rotated and/or tilted to align with the TV’s location. And for maximum usability, Zero Connect box is voice recognition-enabled, meaning users can turn on and manage the M3 and connected devices using spoken commands.

The M3 and its integrated bracket sit flush against the wall with no visible gap, presenting a chic, art gallery aesthetic that augments the TV’s outstanding self-lit picture quality.

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