Laptops might be a piece of technology that's becoming obsolete for some, but the LG Gram 15 laptop proves theirs nothing flat about PCs these days. Boasted as being one of the lightest laptops on the planet, the LG Gram 15 weighs just 2.16-pounds and is 0.6-inches thick.
Packing either sixth-generation Intel Core i5 or i7 processors, the LG Gram 15 runs Windows 10 and features a gold color scheme that makes it seemingly similar to recent MacBooks. However, the device looks to one up the competition with a crisp display, a bevy of crucial ports and a strong battery life (around seven hours with regular use).
While pricing and worldwide availability is still to be announced, the laptop is destined to be a frontrunner in the PC market for the coming year.
The LG Gram 15 at CES 2016 is One of the World's Lightest Devices
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