LG’s first laptop for the US weighs just 2.16 lbs
LG will be launching its Windows laptops for the first time in US, kicking things off with the thin and light Gram series.
Accessible in two sizes with different configurations, the new portable workstations are lighter than the MacBook Air. The 14-inch variation weighs just 2.16 lbs — that is 0.8 lbs lighter than Apple’s offering, yet a small bit more than 2.03 lbs MacBook.
Both the 13-inch and 14-inch variants are just a large portion of an inch thick and highlight a 1080p IPS display in a carbon magnesium and lithium magnesium cases.
They additionally accompany HDMI and USB 3.0 ports and also openings for microSD cards.
In case you’re keen on the 14-inch model, you can pick between an Intel i7 2.4GHz processor with a 256GB SSD for capacity, or an i5 2.2GHz chip with a 128GB SSD.
Both variations pack 8GB of RAM, alongside a Wolfson Digital-to-Analog Converter (DAC) for astounding sound yield. LG guarantees up to 7.5 hours of battery life.
The i7 model costs $1399.99, while the i5 form will be available for $999.99.
For $899.99, you can get the 13-inch model with an i5 processor, but without the DAC.
The portable workstations are accessible now at Microsoft stores over the US, and additionally online at microsoftstore.com and Amazon.