LG, these are the new computers of the CES 2019

LG has already anticipated what it will present at CES in Las Vegas 2019: the 17 Gram with 17-inch screen and the Gram 2-in-1 with a 14-inch display. LG will bring at least two new laptops to the Consumer Electronic Show in Las Vegas, better known as CES . These are the Grams , the first 17-inch and the second 14-inch and 2-in-1 mode. The Gram 17 is the 17Z990-R.AAS8U1 model while the 2-in-1 is also known as 14T990-U.AAS8U1. At the moment it is not known when the products will make their debut on the Italian market or at what price but in the meantime we know features and tag in the United States . LG Gram 17 will cost $ 1,699 while the 2-in-1 will have a value of $ 1,499, not a little for both but here we are at the top of the range levels. The specifications of the Gram 17 include: 17-inch display and 2,560 x 1,600-pixel resolution 16:10 Aspect ratio with 96% front coverage Weight: 1.3 kg Dimensions: 381 x 266 x 17 mm Battery: 19.5 hours CPU: 8th generation Intel Core i7 CPU RAM: up to 16 GB Storage: up to 528 GB Colors: white, dark silver Connections: 1x USB-C (Thunderbolt 3 optional), 3x USB 3.1, 1x HDMI, 1x microSD, 1x audio combo jack Extra: MIL-STD-810g certification The Gram 14 2-in-1 instead has: Display: 14-inch full-HD touchscreen IPS (1,920 × 1,080-pixel) with Corning Gorilla Glass 5 Pen: Wacom AES 2.0 bundled with 4,096 levels of pressure sensitivity Weight: 1.1 kg Dimensions: 325 x 211 x 18 mm Battery life: 21 hours CPU: 8th generation Intel Core i7 RAM: up to 16 GB Storage: up to 528 GB SSD Colors: dark silver Connections: 1x USB-C, 2x USB 3.1, 1x HDMI, 1x microSD, 1x audio combo jack Extra: MIL-STD-810g certification, fingerprint reader LG gram has evolved based on what consumers have asked for: super-lightweight laptops that match performance with optimal portability. With marvelous displays, captivating design and power enough for productivity and play, the 2019 Gram models offer practicality on a whole new scale, bringing unprecedented value to the laptop experience – said Jang Ik-hwan , head of IT LG.
Kim Hostler
I studied Communication Sciences because as a child I always wanted to be an announcer and make drawings for advertising campaigns. Life took me down another path and now I am a Communicator who has worked for Nokia, and Motorola. Where now instead of drawing, I take pictures, and instead of talking about my passion.