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LG Gram 13 (13.3-inch, 2017)

alaTest has collected and analyzed 7 reviews of LG Gram 13 (13.3-inch, 2017). The average rating for this product is 3.6/5, compared to an average rating of 4.0/5 for other products in the same category for all reviews. People really like the battery and screen. The design and image quality are also appreciated. Some have doubts about the keyboard and durability. Views are divided on the performance.

portability, image quality, design, screen, battery

durability, keyboard

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other products in the same category the LG Gram 13 (13.3-inch, 2017) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 87/100 = Very good quality.

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Expert review by : Matthew Buzzi (pcmag.com)

LG gram 13 (2017)

 

The LG gram 13 is a featherlight midrange laptop that won't kill your budget. A competent performer, it's worth considering if you value portability and battery life above all else.

Incredibly light. Display is clear and crisp. Varied port selection. More than 12 hours of battery life.

Build verges on flimsy. A bit slower than its contemporaries. So-so keyboard.

For such a lightweight laptop, the new LG gram 13 is a competent performer that can save you a couple of hundred extra dollars, compared with some of the competition. Its selection of ports is very useful, especially for the form factor, and the...

Apr, 2017

Expert review by : Joshua Goldman (cnet.com)

LG Gram 13 review: LG's ultralight, long-life laptop could use some design help

 

A solid, if not solid-feeling, ultraportable, the Gram makes up for some design issues with its featherweight body and double-digit battery life.

The unassuming LG Gram is impressively light and has a long battery life. Enough connections and ports to satisfy business users and a fingerprint reader for extra security built into the touchpad. It's available with or without a touchscreen.

Despite many fine qualities, its appearance is pretty uninspiring and while the lightweight chassis is appreciated, the Gram feels flimsy compared to aluminum. Poorly placed web cam shoots upward at an awkward angle. USB-C port doesn't support...

Thanks to some helpful extras, a slim, lightweight design and double-digit battery life, the LG Gram makes a fine everyday, all-day travelling companion.

Apr, 2017

Expert review by : Brendan Nystedt (reviewed.com)

LG Gram 13 (2017) Laptop Review

 

Carry your computer everywhere? LG's new light laptop was made for you

Jan, 2017

Expert review by : Jason Cipriani (techradar.com)

LG gram 13 review

 

An Ultrabook that's thin and light but also slight

Fantastic battery life ; Fast fingerprint sensor ; Thin screen bezels

Weird fingerprint sensor placement ; Awkward camera placement ; Build quality doesn’t match price

Between the screen that bounces with each touch and a housing that feels hollow, the price tag doesn’t match the build quality of the LG gram 13 despite its incredible battery life.

Apr, 2017

Expert review by : Joshua Goldman (cnet.co.uk)

LG Gram 13 review: LG's ultralight, long-life laptop could use some design help

 

A solid, if not solid-feeling, ultraportable, the Gram makes up for some design issues with its featherweight body and double-digit battery life.

The unassuming LG Gram is impressively light and has a long battery life. Enough connections and ports to satisfy business users and a fingerprint reader for extra security built into the touchpad. It's available with or without a touchscreen.

Despite many fine qualities, its appearance is pretty uninspiring and while the lightweight chassis is appreciated, the Gram feels flimsy compared to aluminum. Poorly placed web cam shoots upward at an awkward angle. USB-C port doesn't support...

Thanks to some helpful extras, a slim, lightweight design and double-digit battery life, the LG Gram makes a fine everyday, all-day travelling companion.

Apr, 2017

Expert review by : Joshua Goldman (cnet.com.au)

LG Gram 13 review: LG's ultralight, long-life laptop could use some design help

 

A solid, if not solid-feeling, ultraportable, the Gram makes up for some design issues with its featherweight body and double-digit battery life.

The unassuming LG Gram is impressively light and has a long battery life. Enough connections and ports to satisfy business users and a fingerprint reader for extra security built into the touchpad. It's available with or without a touchscreen.

Despite many fine qualities, its appearance is pretty uninspiring and while the lightweight chassis is appreciated, the Gram feels flimsy compared to aluminum. Poorly placed web cam shoots upward at an awkward angle. USB-C port doesn't support...

Thanks to some helpful extras, a slim, lightweight design and double-digit battery life, the LG Gram makes a fine everyday, all-day travelling companion.

Apr, 2017