Introduced LG Gram Notebooks with 10th Generation Intel Core Processor
LG has announced the release of the Gram Series laptops. Which, according to the developers, have developed to set a new standard for laptop computers. The Gram Series notebooks follow a formula that combines mobility. And performance with extended battery life. LG has announced four device options, including Gram 14, Gram 15, Gram 17 and Gram 2-in-1.
Notebooks equipped with LG Gram 14 (model number 14Z90N) and Gram 2-in-1 (14T90N) 15-inch full HD + display. The only difference is that the 2-in-1 model covers the touch screen with C-shaped Corning Gorilla Glass 6.
The Gram 15 (15Z90N) has a 15.6-inch display, whose resolution is 1920 × 1080 pixels, in the Gram 17 (17Z90N) – quad HD screen (2560 × 1600). The Gram 17 screen is the only one in line with the 16-10 aspect ratio, the other three display have a 16: 9 aspect ratio.
The notebook will provide the 10th Generation Intel Core processor, 16 GB DDR4 memory and two M2 SSD slots. Users will be able to choose between UHD graphics and Intel IRS Plus between grams 14, 15 and 17. Gram 2-in-1 is only available with Intel UHD graphics.
The Gram 14 and Gram 2-in-1 laptops use 72 W batteries, the other two laptops use 80 W batteries.
The e-devices equipped with a proprietary mega-cooling cooling system. which also limits the temperature of the processor cores under heavy loads.
LG Gram Series backlit keyboards, USB Type C ports, a pair of USB Type 3.1 ports, a microSD and UFS slot, an HDMI port. And a combination for headphones and microphones Equipped with a 3.5 mm jack. Additional features include DTS X Ultrasound enhancement and fingerprint scanner.
Notebooks comply with the LG Grammar Mill-STD-810G. which makes them very resistant to harsh climatic conditions. LG plans to launch the Gram Series at CES 2020, along with other products, scheduled for January 7-10. Additional information and prices will be announced at the event.
LG decides to sue TCL due to patent infringement on LTE technology
LG Electronics has filed a lawsuit against the Chinese mobile phone maker TCL in a German district court in Manheim and Dusseldorf for allegedly violating a patent for LTE technology.
The lawsuit alleges that TCL has deliberately implemented technologies in its smartphones that violate LG’s three core patents.
Patent packet defines ways to minimize transmission loss, control timers to synchronize communication lines and minimize interruptions during synchronization of communication lines.
LG’s lawyers say that before the litigation, they repeatedly tried to resolve a patent infringement case with representatives of TCL, but that did not work.
At the beginning of the litigation, the BLU agreed to a licensing agreement with LG, and for the first time, a German court ruled in favour of LG in three separate cases against Waco. LG ranks first in 4G patents (LTE / LTE-A) from 2012 to 2016, according to Tech IPM, an IP research and consulting firm.
LG has announced the release of the Gram Series laptops. Which, according to the developers, have developed to set a new standard for laptop computers. The Gram Series notebooks follow a formula that combines mobility.