Back at CES this year, LG introduced us to their new 2017 line of Gram laptops, which are a set of ultralight laptops that claim to have a massive battery life of up to 21 hours.

They didn’t reveal pricing for those laptops back then, however, today they revealed that pricing, well at least for the US market.

In their announcement, they revealed all of the pricing details for the full 2017 Gram line.

The LG Gram 13Z970 will be the cheapest of the lot, available for $999.99 for the non-touch version, or $1,099 for the touch screen version. The LG Gram 14Z970 comes after this, priced at $1,199 for the version with an Intel Core i5 processor or at $1,499 for the version with an Intel Core i7 processor.

The largest in the line is the Gram 15Z970, which is priced at $1,699 and comes with an Intel Core i7 processor, 16GB of RAM, and 512GB of storage with a touchscreen on top.

However, with this unveiling, they have slightly lowered their original battery claims and LG is now stating that the Gram 14 model can last for up to 14.5 hours after a single charge, instead of the 23 hours that they claimed back at CES 2017.

That’s because the original figure was based off a 10-year-old battery benchmark test, so that might have just been some clever marketing.

All of these models will be available from a number of retailers around the US, including Amazon.

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