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    LG Gram 16 packs a 1440p display, Tiger Lake CPU, weighs just 1.2kg

    The refreshed LG Gram range is being readied for early 2021.
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    Re: LG Gram 16 packs a 1440p display, Tiger Lake CPU, weighs just 1.2kg

    I got a Gram 17 this year and it's amazing, such a huge screen and so light. But why a _micro_ SD card slot? It's the one stupid thing about it. There's pleny of room for a normal-sized slot and you could then read both normal and micro cards with an adapter.

    But yeah, great machines unless you want to game on them.

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    Re: LG Gram 16 packs a 1440p display, Tiger Lake CPU, weighs just 1.2kg

    16:10 is always welcome, but LPDDR4x means no more SoDIMM slots.
    Expandable memory of one of the major attractions of the LG Gram when they launched as most other laptops in the ultra-portable segment were soldered.

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    Re: LG Gram 16 packs a 1440p display, Tiger Lake CPU, weighs just 1.2kg

    Most things now use micro SD cards, it is only my Dslr camera that use a regular card, and even here i have some times used micro SD in a SD adapter.
    Price wise i also think it might make more sense to buy micro SD now VS regular SD cards.

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    Re: LG Gram 16 packs a 1440p display, Tiger Lake CPU, weighs just 1.2kg

    Quote Originally Posted by Gentle Viking View Post
    Most things now use micro SD cards, it is only my Dslr camera that use a regular card, and even here i have some times used micro SD in a SD adapter.
    Price wise i also think it might make more sense to buy micro SD now VS regular SD cards.
    No argument from me apart from as said an adaptor makes it easy to use both. However a regular sd card slot is twice as thick as the micro sd one from a design point of view
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