South Korean tech force to be reckoned with LG has presented three additional models from its Gram setup to the Indian market. They are the LG Gram 14, LG Gram 16, and LG Gram 17 lightweight workstations all accompanying the eleventh era Intel Core processor. The organization, in disclosing the super light items in India, expresses that the LG Gram setup was intended to augment the convenience for the purchasers, with predominant execution and solid battery life. The LG Gram models are centered around giving the most recent innovation that improves their way of life.
The LG Gram 17 (17Z90P), the Gram 16 (16Z90P), and the Gram 14 (14Z90P) are the 3 models, and they share a few normal highlights. Every one of the three models have a 16:10 presentation, comparative processors, Iris Xe Graphics, and LPDDR4X RAM. The Gram 17 and Gram 16 both have a WQXGA (2560 x 1600 pixels) show while the Gram 14 accompanies a WUXGA (1920 x 1200 pixels) show.
The three models are USB type 4 viable, have Thunderbolt 4 ports, and solid battery life. With USB 4 similarity, every one of the models can be charged through the USB Type-C port. In conclusion, the LG Gram 17 and Gram 16 each have 80Wh high-thickness batteries, which are more effective.
Each of the three LG Gram PCs are accessible both on the web and disconnected outlets across the subcontinent. The beginning cost for the most minimal model is Rs. 74,999 ($1,010). LG trusts the new items will get an incredible gathering in India.
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