As expected, every tech company brought out the big guns at CES this week — and by big guns, we mean big TVs. That said, few manufacturers managed to outdo LG in this department, as the South Korean gadgeteer unveiled a mesmerizing new model that’s about to change how we arrange our living room.
As opposed to the ordinary television and their typical wire arrangements, LG’s Signature OLED M3 primarily relies on the brand’s innovative Zero Connect box. This additional device sends video and audio signals wirelessly, paving the way for a far more organized living space. The voice control-enabled Zero Connect box is a home for several ports, so you can easily connect video game consoles, soundbars, or cable boxes and activate them without lifting a finger.
And while this new level of organization steals the show, the M3’s crisp, self-lit OLED screen has something to say about that — oh, did we mention that it measures in at 97 inches? That’s right, not only do you get to live without the bothersome wires snaking around your media center, but you do so while basking in a glorious, gargantuan display. In addition to your preferred movie or show looking remarkable, the television itself is a work of art, as the M3 and its integrated bracket sit flush against the wall, practically doubling as a work of art.
Although it was revealed at CES this week, any pricing or release information regarding LG’s innovative new television is sparse. Visit the brand’s website for future updates.