The race to perfect the Arm platform to power ultra slim and light Windows 11 and Chromebook PCs is hotting up with the newest generation of 5nm processors from Qualcomm, fighting back against x86 processors and Apple's Arm-based M1-class processors, with Qualcomm's inbuilt 5G one of the differentiators for the "Always On, Always Connected" experience.
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.
ASUS has unveiled impressive new 13, 14 and 15-inch "thin and light" laptops with its most compact designs ever, featuring enviable four-sided frameless NanoEdge displays for "near-borderless visuals" alongside its NumberPad innovation.
Despite promising 'less mass', Dell's new 15.6-inch DellBook Pro - er, I mean, XPS 15z - still looks like a solid machine with a strong feature set and an attractive price.
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