LG's latest Gram laptops pack impressive battery life into a thin frame
LG has introduced a refresh for its insanely thin Gram series of laptops at CES 2017, bringing along new processors and some potentially impressive battery life. In all, the new Gram line serves up 3 models, with screen sizes coming in at 13.3", 14" and 15.6". Perhaps more impressively, all three weigh in at around just 2 pounds.
The biggest change for the Gram refresh is the addition of Intel's latest 7th-generation Kaby Lake processors — something that's become a bit of a theme for laptop manufacturers at CES. Aside from the new processors, you'll have the option of adding up to 512GB of SSD storage and 16GB of memory. LG also managed to pack in a 60Wh battery, meaning you should be able to get some excellent battery life out of each Gram. In fact, LG is claiming you'll get up to 24 hours depending on which model you're using.
Availability and pricing are a mystery at the moment, but you'll likely be able to get your hands on the 2017 LG Gram within the coming months.
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Even brands like Samsung and Huawei which have a huge local (official) presence in smartphone category never launched Samsung Notebook 9 series (2016 version) or Samsung TabPro S. Same for Huawei with Huawei Matebook. And this makes me sad. Because I feel we are getting some stellar PCs post windows 10.