Mashable: LG gram laptops on sale: Light, cheap, and great battery life

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The gram is lightweight without compromising features.
The gram is lightweight without compromising features.
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We know most of you are fiercely team Apple. But as you shop around for a new laptop, you don’t have to stick to MacBooks — there are other great options out there. 

One such option is the LG gram. This laptop is comparable to the MacBook Pro in terms of power, but compares to the MacBook Air or MacBook when it comes to portability and price.

Speaking of price, the LG gram is on sale in four different sizes in the PCMag Shop: Get the 13.3-inch for $929, 14-inch for $1,249, 15.6-inch for $999, or 17-inch for $1,499.

LG’s gram laptops deliver portability without compromising other features — they have a super long battery life lasting up to 20 hours (that’s double a MacBook’s battery life), strong image quality, and are military spec durability tested. The 15-inch gram even won PCMag’s Editors’ Choice for its awesome features.




The gram might not have a Touch Bar, but it does have a fingerprint ID reader. It also has a reader mode that eliminates blue light from the screen to ease eye strain so you don’t have to buy some fancy, blue light blocking glasses.

Check out some specs for each of the LG gram laptops on sale:

  • 1920 x 1080 IPS LCD display

  • Intel Core i5 processor

  • 8GB RAM

  • 256GB SSD

  • 20.5-hour battery

  • 2.13 pounds

  • 1920 x 1080 IPS LCD display

  • Intel Core i7 processor

  • 16GB RAM

  • 256GB SSD

  • 19.5-hour battery life

  • 2.19 pounds

  • 1920 x 1080 IPS LCD display

  • Intel Core i5 processor

  • 8GB RAM

  • 256GB SSD

  • 16.5-hour battery life

  • 2.4 pounds

  • 2560 x 1600 IPS LCD display

  • Intel Core i7 processor

  • 16GB RAM

  • 512GB SSD

  • 19.5-hour battery life

  • 2.95 pounds

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