LG announced its updated Gram laptops at CES last month and now the standard 14”, 16” and 17” models are on sale in the US. The 14-inch Gram with Intel’s 11 gen Tiger Lake i3 processor starts at $999 and weighs just 999 grams.
All new models come with 16:10 aspect screens and Iris Xe GPUs. They sport 8/16GB LPDDR4x RAM and NVMe SSDs that go up to 2TB on the most expensive 17” model which goes for $1,799. The 17-inch model boasts an IPS panel with 2560 x 1600-pixel resolution. Despite its large size, the laptop weighs in at 1.35kg which is quite compact for this size. All new Gram models are MIL-STD-810G compliant, come with fingerprint readers, Wi-Fi 6 connectivity and backlit keyboards.
The 14” and 16” convertible 2 in 1 models are compatible with Wacom’s AES 2.0 stylus technology and will go on sale in mid-March. Retail for the 14” convertible is set at $1,699 while the 16” will go for $1,999.