LG has announced new variants of their LG Gram thin-and-light laptop, this time featuring 12th Gen Intel Core CPUs and a discrete NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2050 GPU. There are two new models, the Gram 16 which weighs 1.28 kilograms and the Gram 17 with which weighs 1.43 kilograms. These come after the company introduced the Gram 360 last month.
Both the new models come with a 16:10 aspect ratio WQXGA IPS display with a resolution of 2,560×1,600. It has an anti-glare coating and the panel is capable of 99% of the DCI-P3 colour space. They both have a with a 90Wh battery too.
Powering the new LG Gram laptops are 12th Gen Intel Core CPUs that are paired with up to an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2050 GPU. It also features a PCIe Gen4 SSD and LPDDR5x RAM.
The laptops offer several convenience features, such as the ability to detect if the user has walked away or there is another person behind the user, and then dim the display or display a warning message.
Pricing and availability
The Gram 16 and Gram 17 have 3 colour options: white, black and charcoal. The LG Gram 16 starts at 2.29 million won (Approx. Rs. 1,43,520) for the Core i5/16GB/256GB model, while the LG Gram 17 is priced at 2.39 million won (Approx. Rs. 1,49,820) for the i5/16GB/256GB model. Both laptops will go on sale starting from April 2022 in South Korea.