LG's 13-inch Gram has so much battery, so little weight
There are two impressive things about LG 13 GRAM laptop.
I mean there's a lot to like about the $1000 ultra-portable.
Like it's comfortable back click keyboard and the touchpad with a built in fingerprint reader that supports Windows Hello.
And an optional touchscreen for a $100 more.
But there are two main reasons, it is worth considering over others.
And those are weight and battery life.
It weighs just two pounds so it's something you won't mind carrying around everyday for work or school.
The magnesium alloy shell feels a bit [UNKNOWN] compared to an aluminum [UNKNOWN].
But again it's really light, it's Thin too, but LG still managed to give you a decent number of ports and a webcam that shoots straight up your nose.
And inside you get a core i5 processor, 8gigs of memory, and a 256 gig SSD Those components are enough to get your day-to-day stuff done.
And with 11 and a half hours of battery life, you won't worry too much about running out of time to get that stuff done as you travel.
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