LG Gram 2 in 1: Lightweight 16-inch convertible with a 28-watt processor


LG has introduced the Gram 2 in 1, a notebook with a 16-inch IPS touchscreen and 360-degree hinges, so that the device can also be used as a tablet. As with the sister models, the unique selling point is the weight: Despite its size and the Gorilla Glass 6 in front of the display, the convertible weighs just under 1.5 kilograms.

As with the normal Gram 16, the IPS panel displays 2560 × 1600 pixels (WQXGA) in 16:10 format and almost completely covers the DCI-P3 color space. Due to the touch capability, the display is reflective.

Inside, everything remains the same: LG installed Intel’s four-core processor Core i7-1165G7 from the Tiger Lake-U series with an increased Thermal Design Power (TDP) of 28 watts. The CPU and the integrated Xe graphics unit are supported by 16 GByte LPDDR4X-RAM in dual-channel. Two configurations differ only in the capacity of the PCI Express SSD of 512 GB and 1 TB.

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On the connection side, there are two Thunderbolt 4s including USB 4 in the form of Type-C ports, one USB 3.2 Gen 2 (10 GBit / s) Type A, a combo audio port and a micro SD card reader. External monitors up to 8K screens can be connected via the DisplayPort function of Thunderbolt 4.

LG already lists both variants of the Gram 2 in 1 in its own online shop, does not deliver the notebooks yet. The configuration with 512 GByte SSD costs 1900 euros, the one with 1 TByte 2000 euros. A Wacom pen for operating the touchscreen is included in the scope of delivery. The normal Gram 16 is 200 euros cheaper.


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