LG is again showing off its latest innovation in the TV segment. Named Signature OLED M, this device is the world’s first Wireless OLED TV.
Features of LG Signature OLED M
Then what’s the difference with smart TVs in general, which are also equipped with a wireless connection? The difference is that the wireless concept in the Signature OLED M is in how this TV panel displays images and sound. The Signature OLED M screen consists of a panel and speakers only. The panel measures 97 inches and has a 4K resolution. In addition, the panel is also equipped with support for Dolby Vision, Dolby Atmos and Nvidia G-Sync.
To display the picture and sound of the Signature OLED M, it relies on a box called Zero Connect. So, without Zero Connect, practically the screen panel will not be able to display images or sound.
So, through the Zero Connect wireless connection, it will send image and sound signals to the panel. The maximum connected distance between the two can be up to about 9 meters. Zero Connect is also equipped with connectivity ports such as USB, antenna, and three HDMI ports. Each of these HDMI ports supports output at 4K 120 Hz resolution. So, you can connect various devices such as set-top boxes, Playstation 5 game consoles, to blu-ray players.
The wireless idea of the Signature OLED M is unique. At least, now you can create a neater, cable-free entertainment space. TV panel is also possible to be placed anywhere.
LG Signature OLED M Price
Entering the Signature line, you can be sure that the price of this TV will not be cheap. Indeed, there is no more detailed information on prices and when the Signature OLED M will be available on the market. As an illustration, the price of the LG Signature OLED R TV with a screen panel that can be rolled up costs US $100,000.