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LG Electronics is ditching the 16:9 aspect ratio for larger 16:10 displays in its latest Gram laptops. Ahead of CES, the company unveiled five new versions, all of which will run Intel’s 11th generation Core processors.  

Among the refreshed hardware is the Gram 17 laptop, which got the larger 16:10 IPS display with a 2,560-by-1,200 screen last year. Now the company will bring the same aspect ratio to four other products: the 14- and 16-inch LG Grams, plus their laptop convertible siblings. 

“Offering more screen real estate than the 16:9 displays found on most laptops, the latest LG Grams are able to show more information at any one time,” the vendor said. The 14-inch models, however, will use a 1,920-by-1,200 screen resolution. 

LG Gram 17 (Credit: LG)

Another change involves the keyboards and touchpads. LG says it made them larger across the five models for a better typing experience, but without compromising the laptop’s portability. Full specs for the laptops can be found in LG’s announcement.  

All five products have also been certified under Intel’s Evo platform, which challenges PC makers to create thin and light laptops that perform fast in real-world scenarios. As a result, the refreshed Gram laptops should be able to run for at least 9 hours on a single battery charge and wake from sleep in less than a second. 

There’s no word on when LG plans on releasing the new laptops or how much they’ll costs. But we expect the company to reveal more during next week’s CES. Stay tuned for our coverage. 

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