LG Gram 15 Review and Specifications

May 1, 2020

The LG Gram 15 ($1,099.99 as tested) is a midrange ultra-portable notable for its record-setting ultra light weight. Despite the 15-inch display, the laptop weighs just over 2 pounds, which makes it lighter than many similar laptops, without compromising the large display or performance. There’s a wide choice of connectivity options and a good battery life, but aspects of the design do suffer given the sturdy build. The overall construction is a bit flimsy, an issue we felt with the smaller version of this notebook, the LG gram 14. The 15-inch version has more pros than the gram 14, and a better price, but the lackluster chassis and keyboard quality still hold the system back.

LG Gram 15

The LG Gram 15 offers laptop buyers a large 15-inch screen at a weight they will have to carry to believe. This slim marvel weighs just 2.16 pounds, making it the lightest notebook with this size display we have ever examined. While the original 14-inch Gram appeared like an Apple MacBook copycat, the Gram notebook has an almost-bezel-less display that makes it more compelling. Plus, in contrast to a lot of super thin laptops, the LG Gram 15 has a full set of ports. The only issues holding this laptop back from greatness are its average build quality and average battery life.

LG Gram 15 i5 15" Laptop (Gold)

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Specifications – LG Gram 15

Display 15.6-inch Full-HD (1920 x 1080)
Dimensions 14.08 x 8.99 x 0.66 (inches)
Weight 2.1 pounds
Processor 2.3 GHz Intel Core i5-6200U
Operating System Windows 10 Home
Storage 256 GB SSD
Secondary Storage none
Graphics Intel HD Graphics 520
Video Memory Shared
  • Intel® Dual-Band Wireless-802.11ac  
  • Bluetooth 4.0
Audio Stereo Speaker (1.0W x 2)
  • 2 USB 3.0, 1 USB 2.0
  • 1 HDMI
  • 1 USB Type C
  • 1 micro-SD card reader
  • 1 Headset/mic combo jack
Optical drive none

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LG Gram 15 i5 15" Laptop (Gold)

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7.5 Total Score

The LG Gram 15 is an unbelievably light big-screen notebook that packs solid performance and a great display, but its build quality could be sturdier.

Keyboard and TouchPad
Graphics and Audio
Hardware and Performance
Battery Life
  • Ultralight body
  • Almost bezel-less display
  • Solid multitasking performance
  • Lid and deck flex
  • Relatively short battery life
  • Display wobbles
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