For the past few years, LG has kept up its launch of its own series of laptops under the Gram branding. These laptops are typically designed to be lightweight and portable, focusing more on mobility and appealing to users who can appreciate the lightweightedness of the laptops. If you’re after such a laptop, you’re in luck.

Ahead of CES 2021 (which kicks off next week), LG has unveiled its 2021 lineup of its new Gram laptops. There will be five different models to choose from, with three of the models being more traditional laptops that vary from 14-inch displays up to 17-inch displays, and two of the models being tablet hybrids.

All the laptops will feature the use of the latest Intel 11th gen processors and will also feature the use of Intel’s Iris Xe graphics. They will also all be configurable in 8GB or 16GB of RAM, and will sport 16:10 display aspect ratios. The resolution will differ from model to model, with the higher-end 17-inch and 16-inch models offering resolutions of up to 2560×1600, while the smaller models will go up to 1920×1200.

The weight of the laptops are also its selling point, where the lightest model weighs an impressive 999grams, while the heaviest model, the 16-inch 2-in-1 model, will weigh 1,480grams, which is still pretty decent. There is no word on pricing or availability, but we expect that information will be revealed at CES 2021.

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