[THE INVESTOR] LG Electronics said on Jan. 28 it has launched its laptop-cum-tablet Gram in Korea and the United States to target consumers looking for versatile mobile devices.
The Korean electronics maker released the 14-inch LG Gram 2-in-1 model, which can be converted into a tablet to allow users to draw and write on the full HD touch screen display with a LG stylus pen.
The notebook weighing 1,145 grams is powered by an 8th Generation Intel Core processor and comes with a DDR4, solid state drive and dual channel SSD slots.
The ultralight notebook packs a 72-watt battery to run for up to 21 hours, providing portability throughout the day.
Its fingerprint recognition system allows users to log onto the computer by simply touching the power button, and the backlit keyboard that activates in dark environments makes it easy to use in various places, the company said.
The new Gram model’s price ranges from 1,890,000 won (US$1,688) to 2,290,000 won.
By Ram Garikipati and newswires (firstname.lastname@example.org)