It has been a while since LG sold notebooks in Australia, but the company is back with what is globally its 2nd-gen Gram range using 16:10 ratio screens with two 14-inch models at 999 grams, three 16-inch models at 1.19kg and a 17-inch model at 1.35kg.
Competing for the higher-end customer is Huawei's new MateBook 13 series, promising an ultra-slim notebook with 8th-gen Intel processing power, top touchscreen displays, USB-C connectivity and starting with a 256GB SSD.
Last week, Intel launched its 6th-generation series of Core processors to the Australian and Asia Pacific media, and we video’d the launch event and media Q&A.
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