What's pink, weighs just two pounds, and has a 24 hour battery life?
That would be the LG Gram, the company's lightest laptop to date.
Okay, so if we're gonna get technical, it actually weights 2.07 pounds.
Pounds, won't last quite the full 24 hours, and comes in more than just pink.
But those features alone are enough to make it stand out in a sea of new laptops.
It's not the lightest laptop, but it definitely comes close, and it's by no means flimsy with its nanocarbon magnesium alloy cover.
Though it's not quite as sturdy as say, an aluminum Than a Macbook Air.
Last year's model was also impossibly light, but it's Achille's heel was its battery life.
This year they managed to up the battery life significantly, making it way more attractive, but the benchmark they used for the 24-hour claim is dated.
That's no WiFi, dim screen.
So take that with a grain of salt.
What else does it offer?
13,14 or 15 inch 1080P touchscreen display.
With extremely thin bezels.
An HD webcam on the hinge, back left keyboard and Intel's new Corei3, i5, and i7 daily laid processors.
At 512 gigabytes storage, up to 15 gigabytes of RAM and flop store.
A USB sea port, two USB3 ports and a full size HDMI video jack And micro SD card slot.
No word yet on availability outside of South Korea but prices will start at about $1,200.
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