Published: Fri, December 15, 2017
IT | By Lester Massey

LG to unveil new Gram laptops at CES 2018

LG to unveil new Gram laptops at CES 2018

The newest LG Gram will fix a major offense of many modern Ultrabooks, webcams positioned below the screen. LG is also increasing the battery capacity on the Grams, with the smallest model having 22.5 hours of power, the 14-inch model having 21.5 hours of power, and the largest offering 19 hours of power.

LG's new gram models are durable enough to use in the extreme environments, passing seven stringent USA military MIL-STD 810G durability tests for resistance to impact, pressure and temperature.

All the models will also feature nano carbon magnesium full metal alloy body, which is 20 percent more durable as compared to traditional magnesium products.

The three new LG gram laptops - 13.3-, 14- and 15.6-inch models - will continue to live up to their name with impressively thin and light chassis, but this time around will make key improvements to performance and longevity in addition to the much-needed design change.

Equipped with the latest 8th Intel Core i7 and i5 processors and SSD storage, the newest LG gram laptops are more efficient than their predecessors and significantly faster. Despite this, LG has managed to include a second solid-state drive slot in each model for expanded storage.

In January past year, LG refreshed its super slim and lightweight range of Gram laptops and boasted they offered 24-hour battery life. To offer great audio experience, LG has included DTS Headphone:X technology allowing users to enjoy multi-channel sound of up to 11.1 channels and rich 1.5W hi-fi surround sound.

LG has announced its updating its Gram lineup of laptops ahead of a formal introduction next month during CES 2018. The upgraded fan is quieter and emits less heat than before.

The new LG gram notebooks will be available in the US market starting in January 2018 with other markets to follow soon after. The laptops will also feature fingerprint reader and Thunderbolt 3 port as well.

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