LG gram

LG announced on Wednesday that it is preparing to bring its latest LG gram laptops to the 2019 Las Vegas Consumer Electronics Show. The gram is LG’s ultra-light laptop line and the two new models announced are the LG gram 17 and the 14-inch LG gram 2-in-1, a convertible which can be switched from a tablet to a laptop and back again.

The LG gram 17 features a 17-inch display with 2560 x 1600 resolution. It is powered by Intel’s 8th Gen Core processor and comes in configurations of 8- and 16GB of RAM, 256- and 512GB of storage. It packs a 72Wh battery, and, despite its internal components, it weighs 1.3kg and measures 380.6 x 265.7 x 17.4mm.

The LG gram 2-in-1 has a 14-inch display with Full HD 1920 x 1080 resolution. Aside from its weight and measurements, all of the specs are identical to the 17-inch model above, save for some ports. You can check out all the specs listed below. While there is no pricing info for now, a recent Best Buy leak mentioned $1,699 for the 17-inch laptop, and $1,499 for the 2-in-1 convertible. However, prices may vary depending on market and region, so we’ll have to wait for official wording on that.

LG gram




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