Pricing details for the 15-inch LG Gram have been announced by the company. Should you be holding out for the MacBook lookalike, you'll need to part with at least $1,100 which will bag you the configuration with an Intel Core i5 processor. Opting for the i7 build will bring the price up to $1,500, but even at these rather high-end prices, the LG Gram is a gorgeous and light laptop that'll be well worth the investment.
For specifications, there's a 1080p display, 256GB or 512GB SSD, 8GB of RAM and a USB Type-C, USB 3.0, micro-USB and HDMI ports. While it's clear LG are positioning the Gram to compete against Apple, unfortunately, the display is only 1080p and falls short of Retina. We'd like have seen at least a 1440p screen.
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