LG has just launched its thinnest and lightest laptop yet, the Gram SuperSlim. This incredibly slim laptop is designed to rival the Apple MacBook Air in terms of portability, boasting a thickness of just 0.43 inches and a weight of only 2.2 pounds. It also sports a larger 15.6-inch OLED display compared to Apple’s 13.6-inch IPS screen.
The Gram SuperSlim, formerly known as the Ultraslim, has an impressive set of specifications. Starting at $1,699.99, the base model comes with a 13th-gen Intel Evo Core i7-1360P processor, 16GB of LPDDR5 RAM, and a 512GB SSD. Connectivity options include three USB-C ports (two with Thunderbolt 4 support and one USB 4 only) and a headphone jack.
For those looking for a bit more power, the $1,999.99 model offers an upgrade to 32GB of RAM and 2TB of SSD storage. Additionally, LG is offering a complimentary 16-inch +view Portable USB-C monitor for customers who purchase either SuperSlim model by May 14th.
One notable difference between the SuperSlim and the MacBook Air is the display resolution. While the SuperSlim features an OLED screen, the available models have a 1080p resolution, while the MacBook Air has a higher 2560 x 1664 resolution display.
The LG Gram SuperSlim was first unveiled at CES in January, along with the rest of LG’s Gram lineup. This range includes standard 14, 15, 16, and 17-inch models, as well as the vibrant and lightweight LG Gram Style laptops. Like the SuperSlim, the Gram Style laptops feature an OLED screen and weigh just 2.2 pounds.LG’s new Gram SuperSlim is an ultra-portable laptop that is set to challenge the Apple MacBook Air’s dominance in the market. With its sleek design, powerful specs, and larger OLED display, the SuperSlim offers an attractive alternative for those seeking a lightweight and high-performance laptop.