LG unveils new Gram series laptops

LG Gram 2023 line-up is powered with Intel EVO certified 13th gen core processor with LPDDR5 6000 MHz RAM and Gen 4 NVMe (x2) storage

Updated - June 15, 2023 12:33 pm IST

Published - June 15, 2023 12:32 pm IST

LG unveils new Gram series laptops.

LG unveils new Gram series laptops. | Photo Credit: Special Arrangement

LG on Thursday launched the 2023 LG Gram series and UltraPC line ups for the Indian market. The new laptops cater to a wide range of lifestyle buyers.

LG Gram 2023 line-up is powered with Intel EVO certificated 13th gen core processor with LPDDR5 6000 MHz RAM and Gen 4 NVMe (x2) storage. The series comes with 16:10 WQXGA display, DCI-P3 99% color gamut, IPS display with 400 nits brightness.

LG Gram Style laptop is offered in 14-inch version (model 14Z90RS). It sports glass design with hidden haptic touchpad with soft LED backlighting that illuminates at user’s touch.

It comes with a 16:10, OLED anti-glare display and features an Intel 13th gen Raptor Lake P-Core CPU and a Gen4 NVMe solid-state drive (SSD). Like all other models in the 2023 Gram lineup, the 14Z90RS supports Thunderbolt 4 and HDMI connectivity and comes with Dolby Atmos.

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LG Gram 2-in-1 comes in 16-inch size (models 16T90R). The convertible laptop boasts a suite of pre-installed notetaking and drawing applications optimized for use with the LG Stylus Pen (Wacom AES 2.0).

LG Ultra PC comes with a 16:10 aspect ratio and anti-glare IPS display. Powered by the AMD Ryzen 7000 series processor, the Ultra PC features LPDDR4x RAM and dual NVMe slots SSD.

The new LG Gram series starts at ₹1,43,000 onwards, available on company’s website.

“These cutting-edge laptops set a new benchmark for excellence in performance, portability, and productivity, delivering an extraordinary computing experience to our customers,” said Hak Hyun Kim- Director- Home Entertainment, LG Electronics India.

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