LG Gram 360 laptop, with Intel Tiger Lake chipset, launched
LG has announced the Gram 360 model in South Korea at a starting price-tag of KRW 2.09 million (roughly Rs. 1.36 lakh). As for the key highlights, the device comes with an 11th-generation Intel Core processor, MIL-STD-certified build quality, and a 360-degree hinge design that allows you to prop the screen according to your requirement. Here's our roundup.
LG Gram 360 is offered in two screen sizes
LG Gram 360 has a 360-degree hinge design, slim bezels, an HD web camera, and a fingerprint sensor. It is available in two display options: a 14-inch Full-HD+ (1920x1200 pixels) LCD panel and a 16-inch QHD+ (2560x1600 pixels) LCD display, both with a 16:10 aspect ratio. Both the variants house a backlit keyboard and a touchpad that supports Windows gestures.
Under the hood, it runs on Windows 10 Home
The LG Gram 360 draws power from an 11th-generation Intel Core i5 chipset, paired with Intel Iris Xe graphics, 8GB of LPDDR4x RAM, and 256GB of M.2 NVMe SSD storage. It boots Windows 10 Home and packs a 72Wh battery (80Wh battery on 16-inch model).
LG Gram 360 offers support for Wi-Fi 6
The LG Gram 360 offers a host of I/O ports, including a USB 3.1 port, two Type-C ports, and a headphone jack. In terms of connectivity, it offers support for Wi-Fi 6, Gigabit Ethernet, and Bluetooth. The device also packs an HD web camera and two 2W speakers with HD Audio and support for DTS:X Ultra.
LG Gram 360: Pricing and availability
In Korea, the LG Gram carries a starting price-tag of KRW 2.09 million (approximately Rs. 1.36 lakh) for the 14-inch variant and KRW 2.24 million (roughly Rs. 1.45 lakh) for the 16-inch model. Its global pricing and availability details have not been announced yet.