LG Gram SuperSlim: LG's thinnest laptop launches with OLED display and 12-core processor
LG has introduced the Gram SuperSlim, previously known as the Gram UltraSlim. To recap, LG introduced the Gram UltraSlim in January during CES 2023, where it also presented various regular Gram laptops and 2-in-1 devices. While it is unclear why LG sought to make such a late name change, the essential characteristics of the Gram UltraSlim remain the same.
Thus, LG combines a 15.6-inch OLED display with a powerful Intel Raptor Lake processor. For now, the Gram UltraSlim comes with a sole 1,080p display option that has a 16:9 aspect ratio and provides full DCI-P3 colour space coverage. Meanwhile, LG includes the Core i7-1360P, which has four performance cores, eight efficiency cores and an Iris Xe Graphics G7 iGPU with 96 Execution Units (EUs).
Additionally, complements the 28 W processor with 16 GB or 32 GB of RAM, as well as 512 GB or 2 TB of storage. Moreover, LG has equipped the Gram SuperSlim with a 60 Wh battery, twin 2 W stereo speakers, two Thunderbolt 4 ports, one USB 4 port and a 3.5 mm jack. Please note that the device's USB 4 port does not support DisplayPort Alt Mode. Elsewhere, the Gram SuperSlim has LPDDR5-6000 dual-channel RAM and an M.2 2280 slot for upgradeable storage.
For reference, the Gram SuperSlim measures approximately 355.6 x 227.3 x 12.4 mm, although it tapers to 10.9 mm at its thinnest point. The SuperSlim is also incredibly light for a 15.6-inch laptop at 998 g. In comparison, the regular Gram 15 weighs between 1.13 kg and 1.15 kg, depending on the configuration. The Gram SuperSlim (15Z90RT) is available to order in the US in two variants, starting at US$1,699 with 16 GB of RAM and 512 GB of storage. Alternatively, LG sells the Gram SuperSlim with 32 GB of RAM and a 2 TB SSD for US$1,999. All orders placed before May 14 will ship with a complimentary 16-inch portable monitor that typically sells for US$349.99.