LG has announced its Gram line up of laptops will be upgraded with Intel’s 11th Gen Intel Core processors in 2021.
Five new Gram models will be introduced this year, including 17-inch, 16-inch and 14-inch versions. The latter two will also be available in 2-in-1 form factors.
Every one of those laptops will be equipped with Intel’s new Tiger Lake processor, improving both the CPU and integrated GPU speeds on 2020’s range.
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