LG has announced its latest addition to its laptop lineup, the LG Gram SuperSlim. This ultra-thin laptop boasts a slim design of just 0.43 inches thick, making it the thinnest laptop in LG’s lineup. Despite its slim form factor, it still packs a punch with the power of 13th-generation Intel CPUs and a stunning OLED display.

Formerly known as the “UltraSlim,” the LG Gram SuperSlim is available at a starting price of $1,700. The device measures 14 x 8.95 x 0.43~0.49 inches and weighs around 2.18 pounds. Under the hood, it features an Intel Core i7-1360P CPU, up to 32GB LPDDR5 RAM, and up to 2TB of storage.

The laptop’s OLED display is a 15.6-inch anti-glare panel that can hit 100% of the DCI-P3 color gamut. The panel is also VESA DisplayHDR True Black certified, being able to provide deeper contrast levels and more accurate color reproduction — also, the device comes with a redesigned compact power adapter, a headphone jack, and three USB Type-C ports, with one of them supporting Thunderbolt 4.

Compared to other LG laptops, the LG Gram SuperSlim is the thinnest, measuring between 0.43 and 0.49 inches in thickness. The LG Gram 14, LG Gram 15, and LG Gram 16 all have thicker form factors, with the LG Gram 17 being the bulkiest at 0.7 inches in thickness.

The new ultrabook from LG is exclusively available for purchase on LG’s website, with availability in LG-authorized retailers starting in mid-May; customers who purchase the laptop through May 14 will receive a free LG Gram+ View portable monitor, valued at $350.

In summary, the LG Gram SuperSlim is a highly capable and ultra-thin laptop with an OLED screen and 13th-generation Intel CPUs, making it a desirable choice for those seeking portability without sacrificing power.

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