For years now, LG has been the king of OLED televisions, but fierce competition from Samsung, Sony, and others, coupled with new technology like MicroLED, means LG can’t afford to rest on its laurels. At CES this year, LG revisited the oversized OLED category by launching a massive new flagship TV.
The new Signature OLED M3 takes the same concept of the “gallery” TV that LG made mainstream with their G1 in 2020, but it pushes it to the max. Let’s start with the size, because this thing is gigantic. The range-leading M3 is 97 inches, but (77- and 83-inch units are are also available. The biggest is a touch over eight feet from corner to corner—Shaquille O’Neal could lay on top of this thing with some room to spare.
Sheer size isn’t even the biggest selling point. That honor goes to the new “Zero Connect” technology that lets you hook up all of your HMDI-compatible devices to the M3 wirelessly.
When you have a TV this large, it can be difficult finding a good place to mount, especially if you need to leave room for receivers, game consoles, streaming devices and more. So LG has solved that problem by removing the need to plug anything into the M3 at all. Instead, external…