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CES 2019: LG To Get Back Into Laptops

LG is set to reveal two new laptops which have already made an impression with award judges from CES 2019, where the new ‘Gram’ devices will be revealed for the first time.

The Gram 17 claims to be a “powerhouse portable workstation” with 8th gen Intel Core processor and up to 16GB of DDR4 memory. It comes with a 256GB SSD and an extra slot for an additional storage.

Featuring a 17″ high-res display that is equipped with a Wide Quad Extended Graphics Array (WQXGA) display that has twice the pixels (2560 x 1600) of a standard Full HD screen.

The updated model features a 72W battery that LG claim allows up to 19.5 hours of operation on a single charge.

The CES 2019 Innovation Awards honoree, weighs a mere 1.34kg, which LG claims is the lightest 17″ laptop on the market right now.

The 14-inch 2-in-1 convertible laptop folds from laptop to tablet offering a versatile on-the-go solution for creatives, students, and business professionals.

The convertible model features a 14-inch touchscreen and comes with a Wacom AES 2.0 Pen with 4,096 pressure levels and tilt detection, allowing for a natural drawing experience.

It also uses LG’s IPS display technology and is also powered by a 72W battery, which LG state should last up to 21 hours between charges.

“LG gram has evolved in accordance with what consumers have been asking for – super-light laptops that pair performance with optimum portability,” said Jang Ik-hwan, head of LG’s IT business division.

“With beautiful displays, compelling design and enough power for productivity and play, the 2019 LG gram models deliver convenience on a whole new scale, bringing unprecedented value to the laptop experience.”

The new LG gram models will be showcased at LG’s booth at CES 2019.

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