The gram line represents for LG the offer of ultralight computers, trying to extract the maximum possible performance within its segment. And for that, next year will come the new models, which feature as the main novelty, the upgrade to Intel's tenth generation processors. But also the introduction of new connectivity options comes with an important asset, in this case the new technology of Wi-Fi 6 and Thunderbolt 3 input.
The new range of notebooks comes in three sizes, starting with the 14-inch version weighing 999 grams, the slightly heavier 17-inch model weighing 1.35 kg. In between is a 15 inch (1.12 kg) version. LG also has a 14-inch 2-in-1 version that allows users to use as a laptop or tablet. The line retains the minimalist and practical look that defines the segment.
The 17-inch version now features 4K resolution and up to 24 GB of dual-channel DDR4 memory. The 15 and 17 inch models will have 80 Wh batteries, promising hours of autonomy for users who need to edit videos out of the office. For the convertible model, LG promises over 20 hours of autonomy on one charge, even though it has 72 Wh of capacity.
There is no release date yet, but LG will show it at CES, January 7-10.