LG has officially launched the SuperSlim, the new Gram PC the organization is calling the “most slender LG Gram ever.” This isn’t simply publicizing hyperbole, as the SuperSlim is .43-inches thick and weighs two pounds. That certainly puts the PC in the domain of the super compact. In contrast, the 2022 Macbook Air is 0.44 inches thick and weighs 2.7 pounds.
The PC was first teased at the current year’s CES, back when it was known as the Ultraslim. Not much has changed since the first announcement, besides the name. The SuperSlim flaunts fair specs, with an Intel Evo 13th Gen processor and Intel Iris Xe GPU. There is also a 15.6-inch anti-glare OLED show and LG promotes a 100% DCI-P33 variety range and VESA DisplayHDR True Black mix. Significantly, Mac is rumored to be launching its 15-inch ultra-compact PC soon.
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As for the display, this PC packs in a 15.6-inch anti-glare OLED board. LG claims the sheet can hit 100 percent of the DCI-P3 color gamut. The board is also VESA DisplayHDR Genuine Dark guaranteed, for more profound differentiation levels and more precise variety multiplication. What’s more, ports and power? You’re getting a redesigned smaller power connector, an earphone jack, and three USB Type-C ports, one of which supports Thunderclap 4.
If you’re considering how it piles up in LG’s line-up, this PC is in the middle somewhere in the range of 0.43 and 0.49 inches in thickness. That’s thinner than the LG Gram 14, LG Gram 15, or LG Gram 16. The LG Gram 14 comes in at 0.66 inches in thickness. The LG Gram 15 measures 0.69 inches in thickness. At long last, the LG Gram 16 comes in at 0.66 inches in thickness. Indeed, even the LG Gram 17, which we as of late evaluated, isn’t as flimsy since it has a 0.7-inch thickness. This device will be sold close to those others.
The LG Gram SuperSlim is presently sold only at LG.com and will be coming to LG-approved retailers in mid-May. It’s worth $350.