LG has announced the newest member of their ultra-thin family of laptops, called the Gram 360. It comes in both 14-inch and 16-inch sizes, features Intel’s latest 11th Gen Core CPUs, large batteries, high resolution displays and more.
The LG Gram 360 is certified for Intel’s EVO platform, offering 11th Gen Core CPUs along with Intel’s Iris Xe integrated GPUs. It has an Aluminium and Magnesium body that is MIL-STD certified, and it comes with 360° hinge design that allows the laptop to easily switch between a classic-laptop mode and tablet mode.
The 16-inch variant is equipped with WQXGA (2560×1600) 16:10 high-resolution IPS display, and it features a colour gamut of 99% DCI-P3. It has a large 80Whr battery built-in and has a total weight of 1,480 grams. The laptop comes in three colours – both 16-inch and 14-inch models offer obsidian black, quartz silver colour while the 14-inch also offers topaz green colour.
The 14-inch LG Gram 360 will start at 2.09 million won (Approx. US$ 1,877 / Rs. 1,36,143), while the 16-inch LG Gram 360 will start at 2.24 million won (Approx. US$ 2,011 / Rs. 1,45,914).