If you’re looking for a new ultrabook, LG has just released a compelling option in the form of the new LG Gram SuperSlim, a laptop that not only features the latest Core i7 chipset and OLED display, but weighs just 2.7 pounds. .
From $1699 (will open in a new tab)LG is currently offering a free LG Gram +View portable monitor as a nice little bonus for early adopters. Considering this monitor is specifically designed to work with the excellent LG Gram laptops and costs a hefty $350 on its own, we’d say it’s an attractive deal to look into if you’re after a powerful laptop that looks great and has an unbeatable mobility.
LG Gram SuperSlim with free monitor
The new LG Gram SuperSlim is available in two configurations, one with 16GB RAM and 512GB SSD. for $1699 (will open in a new tab)and a more powerful version with 32 GB of RAM and a 2 TB SSD. for 1999 dollars (will open in a new tab). Both configurations come with a fast Intel Core i7-1360P processor and a luxurious 15.6-inch 1080p OLED display.
We haven’t reviewed this particular model here at TechRadar at the moment as it was just released, but we’ve reviewed several other Gram models over the years and have consistently found them to be among the best ultrabooks you can buy.
By far the biggest selling point of the new LG Gram SuperSlim is its absurdly thin design, measuring just 0.43 inches thick, surpassing even the MacBook Air M2. Despite having a powerful Core i7 chipset, the LG SuperSlim also weighs just 2.7 pounds, which is especially impressive for a relatively expensive 15.6-inch laptop.
The free monitor offered with this package is LG Gram+View (will open in a new tab) is a portable monitor specially designed to work with Gram laptops. With an ISP panel and 1600p resolution at 16 inches, it’s a large yet slim piece of technology that’s perfect for professional desktop work.
Again, we didn’t review this particular unit on TechRadar, but it looks like a fantastic freebie considering a new one costs $349 and would look great paired with a SuperSlim laptop.
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