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LG announces 2021 Gram laptops

LG announces 2021 Gram laptops with large 16:10 aspect ratio screens and sleek new design.

LG announces 2021 Gram laptops

LG Electronics (LG) is bringing to the first all virtual CES 2021 its eagerly awaited lineup of new gram laptops. Ultra-light, ultra-portable and boasting exceptional performance and long battery life, the new models continue the brand’s legacy of go anywhere computing convenience. Stylish new designs and productivity-boosting 16:10 aspect ratio screens add even more value to the company’s versatile solutions.

The diverse lineup includes five exciting new models: LG gram 17 (model 17Z90P), LG gram 16 (model 16Z90P), LG gram 14 (model 14Z90P), LG gram 2-in-1 16 (model 16T90P) and LG gram 2-in-1 14 (model 14T90P) all with 16:10 aspect ratio screens designed around maximizing work efficiency.

LG announces 2021 Gram laptops

Offering more screen real estate than the 16:9 displays found on most laptops, the latest LG grams are able to show more information at any one time. The keyboard and touchpad have also been enlarged for faster, easier typing without compromising the portability of these compact devices.

High-resolution, covering 99 percent (typical) of DCI-P3 color space, the new displays are perfect for entertainment as well as work, delivering stellar picture quality with vibrant, accurate colors, excellent contrast and sharp details. New or 2021, the four-sided super-slim bezel design aids in viewer immersion and contributes to the premium products’ sleeker, more sophisticated look.

LG gram laptops are Intel Evo Platform verified, powered by an 11th Gen Intel Core processor with Iris Xe Graphics and speedy LPDDR4x memory. LG gram models 17Z90P, 16Z90P and 16T90P feature 80Wh high-density batteries to ensure longer periods of use between charges, freeing users from the need to carry a power adapter with them at all times.

Providing a big-screen experience without sacrificing portability, the flagship LG gram 17 boasts a large 17-inch screen while only weighing 1.35kg (2.98lbs). Equally transportable, the new LG gram 16 and 14 tip the scales at just 1.19kg (2.62lbs) and 999g (2.2lbs) respectively and are a scant 1.68cm (0.66 inch) thick. Thanks to LG’s ultra-narrow bezels and a hidden hinge design, all three models achieve an impressive screen-to-body ratio of 90 percent.

Both the 16 and 14 inch versions of the new LG gram 2-in-1 deliver incredible freedom thanks to LG’s unique 360-degree hinge and their exceptional lightness. The LG gram 2-in-1 comes with a stylus pen compatible with Wacom AES 2.0 for enhanced navigation and control for a smooth, precise writing and drawing experience.

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