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17in, 3lb, 19hr Laptop LG Gram

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https://www.laptopmag.com/articles/lg-gram-17-gram-2-in-1

 

I want this thing so much, I love watching movies on my laptop and a bigger screen would be welcome!

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LG has unveiled two new laptops in its Gram lineup in advance of CES in Las Vegas next month, and the Gram 17 looks like a stunner. It weighs just 3 pounds, which is crazy light for a notebook with a 17-inch display.

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LG says the 15 x 10.5 x 0.7-inch Gram 17 packs a 8th-generation Intel Core i7-8565U, up to 16GB of RAM and a 512GB SSD. (There's also a slot for an additional SSD).

Also notable is the 2560x1600 display, 72wh battery, and Thunderbolt 31111752422_aHR0cDovL3d3dy5sYXB0b3BtYWcuY29tL2ltYWdlcy93cC9wdXJjaC1hcGkvaW5jb250ZW50LzIwMTgvMTIvbGctZ3JhbS0xN18zMzc3NDIxNTQ0NTcxOTU2LmpwZw.jpg.a4813ff363b1e5197a50ac2bd87597ac.jpg

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Sigh, all the things that I want cost too much.

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Impressive weight, but at the same time, a 17 inch laptop is still not very good on the go due to the size. A laptop that size is just a little unwieldy, hard to use on a plane for instance.

 

For me 15 inch laptops strike a good balance between productivity and portability.

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I want to say "I never thought I'd see a Windows OEM return to 8:5" but Samsung did the same thing a few years ago, with the Ativ Book 9. Still, nice to see another Windows laptop ditch 16:9.

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Not 4k? :(

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Personally, 16:10 is disagreeable 

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7 minutes ago, firelighter487 said:

no dGPU? really? 

Its main focus is on battery. The gram will never get a dGPU

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Just now, Grockle88 said:

Personally, 16:10 is disagreeable 

I think it is great, personally. Macbook Pro's have 16:10 screens. It is great for webbrowsing and productivity, since most websites, text documents, etc are oriented vertically.

 

The only thing for which 16:9 screens are better is video. But even then, having those black bars top and bottom is hardly noticeable if the bezels are black too.

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There goes the battery life argument for Windows on ARM, again.

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6 minutes ago, maartendc said:

I think it is great, personally. Macbook Pro's have 16:10 screens. It is great for webbrowsing and productivity, since most websites, text documents, etc are oriented vertically.

 

The only thing for which 16:9 screens are better is video. But even then, having those black bars top and bottom is hardly noticeable if the bezels are black too.

Wait to you try 3:2....Best laptop aspect IMO

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1 minute ago, mynameisjuan said:

Wait to you try 3:2....Best laptop aspect IMO

Eh, really depends on what you're doing. Both are better than 16:9.

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9 minutes ago, mynameisjuan said:

Its main focus is on battery. The gram will never get a dGPU

why? it is turned off if it's not needed... 

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48 minutes ago, I-r0k said:

Sigh, all the things that I want cost too much.

Yep, me too, I won't even be able to afford a used one of these in 3 years.

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26 minutes ago, firelighter487 said:

no dGPU? really? 

To give credit it does have Intel UHD Graphics 620 Integrated Graphics, not great, but certainly feasible to tournament games if you want to.

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1 minute ago, EnergyEclipse said:

To give credit it does have Intel UHD Graphics 620 Integrated Graphics, not great, but certainly feasible to tournament games if you want to.

that isn't fast enough to play Overwatch at playable frame rates, therefore it is very bad. 

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1 minute ago, Drak3 said:

Eh, really depends on what you're doing. Both are better than 16:9.

I am pretty much in the boat of 3:2 for laptops and 21:9 for monitors. 3:2 on laptops just make more sense than anything other than watching movies. 

 

1 minute ago, firelighter487 said:

why? it is turned off if it's not needed... 

-wasted space where you could throw in more battery (again its main objective)

-optimus does not always keep the GPU fully idle and it does kick up a lot. 

 

On my Matebook X Pro others and I typically get 7 hours and when GPU is disable it bumps it to 10 hours. This goes for the Dell 9650 also of people reporting 3-4 hours with GPU and 6 hours without it.

 

Its why gaming laptops still suck ass with battery life even though optimus is on. The GPU is still consuming power. 

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16 minutes ago, firelighter487 said:

why? it is turned off if it's not needed... 

Because gaming is low on the priority list for whom this laptop is meant to cater to. Intel's graphics are fine for doing most things consumers will do not gaming related.

 

Besides, if it's not automagic, then don't bother.

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55 minutes ago, Nowak said:

I want to say "I never thought I'd see a Windows OEM return to 8:5" but Samsung did the same thing a few years ago, with the Ativ Book 9. Still, nice to see another Windows laptop ditch 16:9.

If you call it 8:5 you will confuse people. 16:10 is the standard name for it. 

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16 minutes ago, firelighter487 said:

that isn't fast enough to play Overwatch at playable frame rates, therefore it is very bad. 

More likely to reduce size and weight. A dedicated gpu takes up a significant amount of weight and space when you factor in the required cooling. 

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7 minutes ago, Brooksie359 said:

If you call it 8:5 you will confuse people. 16:10 is the standard name for it. 

8:5 is the official term. 16:10 is the marketing term to place it on the same level as 16:9, a la how 2:1 is marketed as 18:9 now.

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2 minutes ago, Nowak said:

8:5 is the official term. 16:10 is the marketing term to place it on the same level as 16:9, a la how 2:1 is marketed as 18:9 now.

16:10 is the official marketing term ?

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1 minute ago, Brooksie359 said:

16:10 is the official marketing term ?

That's what I said!

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