The LG Gram is a 15.6-inch laptop that weighs in at a meagre 2.5 pounds. To put that more into perspective, it’s just barely over half of an inch thick (0.06”). It has plenty of ports for all of your needs, including HDMI, USB 3.0 and 2.0, and Micro-SD, as well as Ethernet, headphones, and DC-in. An Intel HD Graphics 620 processor runs its graphics, providing FHE (1920 x 1080) resolution. It’s solid state drive provides 512 GB of memory, and it is powered by an Intel Core i7 processor.
The Gram has other interesting features, including a backlit keyboard for working in the dark as well as a reader mode that optimizes reading conditions without excess blue light, which can lead to eye fatigue. The housing is a combination of nano carbon and magnesium—making it’s light weight possible. But it’s the battery that’s the stand-out feature. Normally, it’s the battery that weighs down a laptop.
You have the choice of sacrificing lightness in order to have longer working time, or sacrificing that working time to have a lighter laptop. This is where LG’s site is a little confusing. In its promotional video, LG claims that the battery has a 17.5 hour charge life, while on the same page it states that the battery provides 60Wh for up to 12.5 hours. Regardless, the battery should hold out longer than you will.