LG Electronics Australia Launches 2023 Refreshed Lineup of LG gram Laptops

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LG Electronics Australia has just announced the Australian release of their 2023 LG gram lineup, which features an upgraded 13th Gen Intel Core Processor.

These refreshed LG gram laptops come in three sizes (14, 16 and 17-inch), and are designed for those who want to get things done, no matter where they are.

And with PC shipments expected to grow by 2.6% in 2023, it’s clear that consumers are looking for top-of-the-line tech to help them work and play from anywhere.

“Our refreshed LG gram laptop lineup demonstrates the commitment LG has to continued innovation in our IT products, integrating smart technology and design that enhances work and play,” said Brad Reed, Head of B2B Marketing (Business Solutions) at LG Electronics Australia.

But what makes these laptops stand out? Well, in addition to the new 13th Gen Intel Core Processor, they boast a compact design and a battery that can last all day long for business travellers.

Plus, with two Thunderbolt™ 4 ports, USB 3.2, HDMI, headphone, and Micro-SD Card Slot options, users can easily connect and boost their efficiency and productivity.

But that’s not all: the new LG gram range is also equipped with Windows 11 Home, providing built-in tools to support multitasking, thinking, creating, and connecting all in one place.

And with a variable refresh rate of 31Hz, capable of reaching a maximum of 144Hz, these laptops can produce smooth visual transitions while providing efficient power consumption.

To sweeten the deal, the new LG gram lineup brings a new level of immersion to visual and audio experiences among PC users.

Each of the four models sport a 16:10 aspect ratio IPS panel designed to support faster response times, wider viewing angles, and improved colour contrast when compared to standard panels.

And with 99% coverage of the DCI-P3 colour gamut, users can expect vibrant and realistic visuals, enhanced further by the inbuilt Dolby Atmos speakers.

2023 LG Gram spec breakdown

Spec Items 14Z90R-G.AA75A 16Z90R-G.AA75A 17Z90R-G.AA78A 
Screen Size (Inch) 14 Inch 16 Inch 17 Inch 
Screen WUXGA (1920*1200) WQXGA 2560*1600 WQXGA 2560*1600 
Ratio 16:10 16:10 16:10 
Refresh Rate 60Hz 60Hz 60Hz 
Brightness 350nit 350nit / 400nit(VRR) 350nit / 400nit(VRR) 
Colour gamut DCI-P3 99% (Typical, min 95%)  DCI-P3 99% (Typical, min 95%)  DCI-P3 99% (Typical, min 95%)  
Contrast 1200:1 (Typical) 1200:1 (Typical) 1200:1 (Typical) 
Processor 13th Gen Intel® Core™Processor 
i7-1360P 
13th Gen Intel® Core™ Processor 
i7-1360P 
13th Gen Intel® Core™ Processor 
i7-1360P 
Graphic Intel Iris Xe Graphics (i7) Intel Iris Xe Graphics (i7) Intel Iris Xe Graphics (i7) 
Memory 16GB LPDDR5 16GB LPDDR5 16GB LPDDR5 
SSD M.2(2280) Dual SSD slots, Gen4 
– NVMe: 512GB  
M.2(2280) Dual SSD slots, Gen4 
– NVMe:  512GB  
M.2(2280) Dual SSD slots, Gen4 
– NVMe:  1TB  
Wireless Intel® Wireless-AX211 Intel® Wireless-AX211  Intel® Wireless-AX211 
LAN 10/100 with RJ45 adapter (Option) 10/100 with RJ45 adapter (Option) 10/100 with RJ45 adapter (Option) 
BT BT 5.1 BT 5.1 BT 5.1 
Audio HD Audio with Dolby Atmos HD Audio with Dolby Atmos HD Audio with Dolby Atmos 
Speaker Stereo Speaker 1.5W x 2 Stereo Speaker 2.0W x 2 (iGPU) 
Smart Amp (Max 5W) 
Stereo Speaker 2.0W x 2 (iGPU) 
Smart Amp (Max 5W) 
USB Type A USB 3.2 Gen2x1 (x2) USB 3.2 Gen2x1 (x2) USB 3.2 Gen2x1 (x2) 
USB Type C USB 4 Gen3x2 Type C (x2, with USB PD, Display Port, Thunderbolt 4) USB 4 Gen3x2 Type C (x2, with Power Delivery, Display Port, Thunderbolt 4) USB 4 Gen3x2 Type C (x2, with USB PD, Display Port, Thunderbolt 4) 
Battery 72 Wh Li-Ion 80 Wh Li-Ion 80 Wh Li-Ion 
Weight (kg) 999g 1.199kg 1.350kg 

So, when and where can you get your hands on one of these new laptops? The 2023 refreshed range of LG gram laptops will be available from April 2023, from retailers including JB Hi-Fi and LG.com/au.

But only time will tell if these updated models have what it takes to be considered one of the best laptops in Australia.

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  • Nick Broughall

    Nick is the founder and editor of BTTR. He is an award winning product reviewer, who has spent the last 20 years writing, editing and publishing technology and consumer content for brands like Finder, Gizmodo and TechRadar.

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