CES 2017: LG Gram laptops promise 24h of autonomy

The manufacturer LG has unveiled a new range of PCs under Windows 10 very light and especially very autonomous, since it offers a battery of very large capacity.

During the CES 2017 held this week in Las Vegas Microsoft makes its voice heard through partnerships or when using its products. It relays notably on its blog the arrival of PCs under Windows 10 including those of LG which announces its "LG Gram" range.

Three models are available with different screen sizes of 13.3, 14.0 and 15.6 inches, all with a resolution of 1920x1080 pixels. The smallest has a very interesting weight 940 grams and fully 30 grams more for its big brother. The most imposing of 15.6 inches exceeds a kilo with 1090 grams, which remains very light for this size of screen.

The largest battery capacity in the market

This weight performance was achieved thanks to the ultra-thin and almost edgeless touch screen that equips laptops for mobility. LG also highlights the battery capacity of 60Wh, the highest on the market that allows it to hold 24h on the smallest model according to the Neowin site that relays the release of LG broadcast in Korean. The two largest models of 14 and 15.6 inches also display a sympathetic autonomy of respectively 23 and 22 hours.

On the technical side they will embark logically the latest generation of Intel Kaby Lake processors, up to 16GB of RAM and SSD storage of up to 512GB depending on configurations. They will have USB 3.0 ports, USB Type C and HDMI output. However, the availability and prices of these models has not yet been disclosed.

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