LG Gram 15 Review – World’s Lightest 15″ Laptop

Lisa Gade reviews the LG Gram 15, LG’s lightest and biggest screen model, and also their newest. The Gram 15 weighs just 2.16 lbs. (0.98 Kg), which is half the weight of the Dell XPS 15 and HP Spectre x360 15t. It’s clad in magnesium alloy and is finished in a gold color. The notebook is available with Intel Skylake 6th generation Core i5 and i7 CPUs and it has Intel HD 520 graphics and 8 gigs of RAM.

** Read our written review here: http://www.mobiletechreview.com/notebooks/LG-Gram-15.htm

It’s available with a 256 or 512 gig SSD and it has Intel dual band WiFi 802.11ac, Bluetooth and a 1.3MP webcam. The LG Gram 15 has a bright 15.6” IPS 1920 x 1080 non-touch display, and os 0.66” (16.8mm) thin. The laptop has a surprisingly ample port selection, including 3 USB, full size HDMI and a USB-C port. It competes with the Samsung Notebook 9 15” that weighs in heavier at 2.9 pounds.

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Andrew Nguyen says:

I’m not sure if you answer these sort of questions, but would you recommend this laptop or the Samsung Notebook 9 for a university student? Or are they too similar in performance that it comes down to personal preference?


I would trade my surface pro 3 for the LG GRAM.

the dogs world says:

wow it’s golden

Karim Sumar says:

A touch screen would have made this laptop almost perfect!

Xunzhao Yin says:

Anyone have a touch-screen version of Gram 15? LG claims a 10.3 hour battery life for it. Wanna know how the real-world battery life is like.

Jason Weber says:

It’s funny how there are all of these videos with different laptops saying that there product is the lightest!

Hans Schmidt says:

can you charge the Gram 15 with a normal Powerbank with usb-c ?

Maya 짱짱 says:

Honestly, you deserve more subs. I really like your reviews and videos are HD and clean lol

Raunac Singh says:

i think apple pays every reviewer to compare from other products to apple products
is it really necessary to make a standard of them
i think apple products most expensive trash that’s all

Alexk says:

what I woul really like to see in the description of your long videos are the shortcuts to different parts of the review -for repeat vieweing

Juan Guerrero says:

I also would like a comparison between the LG Gram 15 and the Notebook 9. I like a lot more the Samsung but would be very nice a review of both of them side to side.

mickydripping says:

Lisa always gives the best review

oliver wan says:

She is very well spoken.

Cesar GYE says:

You look like Leslie Winkle from The Big bang Theory!
Great review btw!

Gehtaii says:

언제나 LG가 최고여! 그냥 최고.

kimberly medina says:

Would you say this is a good college laptop ?

Anime Kitten says:

no offense but lg technically copied apple’s style

Evan Medi says:

what game were she playing on the review??

gtb5 says:

A white version is available but not for all markets, I’d rather have the lightness than lighted keyboard for sure.

Nino Ramos says:

Do you know why they made this laptop gold? LG is known as Lucky Goldstar

KL Tah says:

which software do you use to measure color gamut?

andrew cloer says:

I’m happy when laptops don’t have a touchscreen. I hate fingerprints.


DELL XPS 13 /15 more better .. also HP Spectre

UltimateXtreme says:

Crazy Koreans battling…heh. Top kek. Unless of course you mean North vs South, well, now that’s a whole different story.

laptopboone says:

I wanted this so much until I heard “full hd display.” Damn it LG, I’m not trying to go back to low DPI! I do appreciate the inclusion of a USB 2.0 port for compatibility reasons (flashing phones), and the little deadspaces above the < and > keys. I can’t stand how they make those taller now; it’s impossible for me to find the enter and shift keys above them on keyboards that do that.

El Gran Universo says:

I don´t understand why you put the ads in final of the video, but is great for us.

Nomine Inventa says:

Nice laptop in all ways EXCEPT the unusable keyboard.

What a pity so much engineering went into this laptop’s weight but so little effort went into making the keyboard usable and not a health risk.

Pablo Romero says:

If you can’t hold it as a tablet and use the touch screen…. then the 2.1 pounds don’t matter at all (to me at least), you’ll end up using it on a table or your lap

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