Amazon: LG Gram notebook with i7 Tiger Lake at a Black Friday price!

Amazon: LG Gram notebook with i7 Tiger Lake at a Black Friday price!


While the research continues to grab the new iPhone 13 and the new iPad Mini, this time around we want to go back to our typical press review of the offers, pointing out an opportunity that will interest those who are looking for a totally productivity-oriented notebook. We are talking about LG Gram, a refined notebook with specifications at the top of the category, proposed at this moment by Amazon at about € 300 less than its recommended price.

As mentioned, LG Gram is a notebook that combines elegance with technology, and is designed for all those situations where you need a lot of power, a negligible weight and resistance. Its technical characteristics are at the top, since it is an Intel Evo certified computer, a modern certification that is released only on notebooks that meet certain parameters, including high autonomy, lightning-fast start-up of the operating system and fast charging. These are just some of the requirements a laptop must meet to receive the coveted Intel Evo certification.

As our full review confirms, LG Gram is a notebook that amazes no matter how you look at it. Despite mounting a 16-inch screen, its weight comes in at just 1.19kg, which is truly exceptional, especially when we consider that it boasts durable materials. Portability, therefore, is at the highest levels, as well as performance, which is entrusted to the Intel Core i7-1165G7 processor, 16GB of RAM and 512GB SSD, both produced with the latest technologies, respectively DDR4 and M. 2 NVMe PCIe.

The best of the category is also found in the display, whose panel with a resolution of 2560 x 1600 pixels enjoys a coverage of the DCI-P3 range of 99%, which translates into an almost perfect vision of the images. typical of a designer monitor. Also worth noting is the presence of two Thunderbolt 4 ports and two USB 3.2 Gen 2 ports, which will respectively allow you to recharge your notebook much faster than previous charging standards and transfer files to compatible devices at speeds never before achieved.

LG Gram is an exemplary notebook, which not surprisingly was awarded at the CES Innovation Awards 2021, and whose compromises are not known, except for the fact that it is not a gaming solution but, on the other hand , LG's goal wasn't that, how much more to create a perfect productivity machine.

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Amazon Go app is checking out, as shoppers can now use company’s main app at all physical stores

a store front at day: Scanners at the entrance of an Amazon Go store in Seattle. (GeekWire File Photo) © Provided by Geekwire Scanners at the entrance of an Amazon Go store in Seattle. (GeekWire File Photo)

The Amazon Go app is going away.

In another move to streamline its shopping services and family of mobile apps, Amazon announced Friday that the app used to enter its high-tech convenience grocery stores will no longer be needed. Customers can use the main Amazon app for all online and physical-store shopping.

“To make Just Walk Out Shopping even more convenient at Amazon Go, customers can now simply use the Amazon Shopping app to enter Amazon Go stores,” an Amazon spokesperson said in a statement to GeekWire. “We will retire the Amazon Go app by the end of this year.”

The Amazon Go app icon, left, and Amazon’s main shopping app icon. © Provided by Geekwire The Amazon Go app icon, left, and Amazon’s main shopping app icon.

“Just Walk Out” refers to the technology that makes Go actually go. Shoppers check into the stores by scanning a unique QR code on their smartphone. Overhead cameras work with weight sensors in the shelves to precisely track which items those shoppers pick up and take with them. When they leave, they do so without visiting a checkout line. Amazon Go’s systems automatically debit their accounts for the items they take, sending the receipt to the app.

In the main Amazon app, the company has built an “in-store code” feature (listed in the horizontal menu on the app home page) that now works in any of Amazon’s brick-and-mortar stores: Go, Fresh, Books, 4-star and Pop-Up. At Whole Foods, which Amazon owns, the QR code can be scanned for Prime savings and for payment at select stores. Shoppers can also use Amazon One, the company’s palm-reading biometric ID app at select locations.

The first Amazon Go opened on 7th Avenue in Seattle in January 2018. There are now 29 of the stores and the cashierless technology is used at select Amazon Fresh full-size grocery stores and is coming to Seattle’s Climate Pledge Arena next month.

In May, Amazon announced that it was ending its Prime Now speedy delivery as a standalone service and integrating it into the main Amazon website and app.

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