LG is celebrating 10 years of OLED technology with the release of its impressive new 2023 TV line-up which once again shows the company’s innovation and improvement.
The new line-up of TVs – which includes 15 new OLED models – have all been given smart upgrades to offer an improved home entertainment experience.
“At LG, we are committed to continuous innovation across our home entertainment products and our 2023 TV range is no exception,” says Tony Brown, marketing manager for home entertainment, LG Electronics Australia.
“And as our technologies have evolved, so has the role of the TV in Australian homes. “Whether it be the hub where people gather for the latest sporting match, game or movie, or a statement piece positioned to impress invited guests, this year we are providing a television for every consumer.
“Through our leadership across technology, design and personalised experiences, we are excited to offer Australians a TV range in a variety of form factors with personalised features and improved functionality.
“This year marks a milestone moment for us, and we are proud to have provided premium entertainment experiences to Australian homes over the last decade.”
LG OLED TVs
The flagships of LG’s OLED range of TVs is the LG OLED evo G3 series along with the stunning 97-inch LG Signature OLED M – the world’s first TV with Zero Connect technology.
The TV comes with a Zero Connect box which sits at the back of the room where you can connect your antenna and sources.
The wireless LG solution uses cutting-edge technology to provide a reliable video and audio transmission to the M3 OLED screen with customers able to enjoy content at 4K 120Hz with crisp and clear sound and no compromise on quality.
LG developed an algorithm that can identify the optimal transmission path for the signal and minimise interference or disruption.
The only cable that goes to the TV is the power. This frees up the options on where you can place the TV. All you need nearby is a power point.
In the end customers will have an uncluttered space for their TV.
The LG OLED evo G3 range is available in sizes from 55-inch all the way up to 83-inch and is powered by the Alpha9 Gen 6 AI Processor.
It also includes Brightness Booster Max technology which includes an all-new Light Control Architecture to increase average and peak luminance.
The OLED evo panel on the G3 offers LG’s brightest ever 4K OLED picture.
LG LIFESTYLE TVs
The LG lifestyle TV range includes the LG Objet TV (model 65Art90) and the LG StanbyME (model 27Art10) which have a fresh new form factor and new functionality to accommodate today’s multifunctional homes where we are now working, learning, exercising, relaxing and being entertained.
The LG Objet TV has a minimalistic style and looks like a canvas so it can easily blend into any room.
It has a fabric cover which can be raised or lowered at the press of a button on the LG remote. This cover can be moved away to reveal the entire screen or partially cover the screen to see a curated list of lifestyle functions.
In this Line View, the user can see the date and time, access their music through the audio player and display a collection of space and nature-themed images.
LG’s StanbyME is a wireless private TV screen with a built-in battery attached to a moveable stand with enough power to offer three hours of viewing.
The 27-inch screen can easily be moved from room to room to watch your content wherever you want.
The stand can be swivelled, tilted and rotated so the TV can be viewed in portrait or landscape mode.
LG QNED TVs
LG will continue to provide QNED – the company’s LED TV range – which incorporated Quantum Dot and Nanocell.
The LG 4K QNED TVs will be offered in screen sizes between 55 and 86-inches.
The full 2023 LG OLED, Lifestyle TV and QNED range includes:
|LG OLED Flex||42LX3Q||$4,999||July|
|LG StanbyME Portable Screen||27ART10AKPL||$1,999||July|