Following the introduction of its gram Style laptops (16Z90RS and 14Z90RS) and the brand-new LG gram models (2023) (17Z90R and 16Z90R) at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) earlier this month, LG made the announcement today that production of those products has begun. These are made of glass, and the design makes each of the colors that are available shine and change dynamically, moving and changing depending on the angle and light.
A “hidden” haptic touchpad with soft LED backlighting illuminates when touched on the models. A WQXGA+ 120Hz and 90Hz OLED Anti-Glare Low Reflection display is featured in the gram design. The most recent 13th Gen Intel Core Processor and 256GB Gen4 NVMe solid-state drive (SSD) underpin all of these.
Additionally, the standard gram models support VRR (Variable Refresh Rate), which automatically adjusts the refresh rate from 31 Hz to a maximum of 144 Hz depending on the application.
For the first time in the Gram series, these include Dolby Atmos support in addition to HDMI and Thunderbolt 4 connectivity. The volume and weight of the charging connector are decreased by 46% and 24%, separately, contrasted with the past one, making it helpful to convey, said LG.
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Prices for the LG Gram Style 14-inch (14Z90RS) and 16-inch (16Z90RS) models with the i5 13th Gen, 16GB of RAM, and 256GB of storage range from 2.49 million won (about Rs. 1,64,780 roughly) and 2.74 million won, or 2221 dollars per rupee 1,81,320 in total), respectively.
The LG Gram 16-inch (16Z90R) and 17-inch (17Z90R) models have similar specifications (i5 13th Gen, 16GB RAM, and 256GB) and cost 2.44 million won (about Rs. 1977 in US dollars). 1,61,495 in total, won and 2.59 million won, which is equivalent to Rs. 1,71,400 in total), respectively.
From today, January 25, to the first of February, LG will begin accepting reservations from Korea. According to the company, pre-orders will receive a gram mouse, gift pack, and other goodies on a first-come, first-served basis.