LG gram 17-inch Lightweight Laptop, Intel Evo Edition – Intel Core Ultra 5 processor, Windows 11 Home, 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD, Black

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  • Ultra Lightweight Laptop That’s Ready For Liftoff – LG gram is the ideal productivity partner. The powerful, 17” laptop is super thin, yet surprisingly light weight so you can work, stream and play from virtually wherever your day takes you.
  • Windows 11 Home – Windows 11 brings you closer to what you love. Pursue your passions and maximize your productivity with the new Windows 11. Built with tools to help you multitask, think, create, and connect—all designed with simplicity and intuition in mind.
  • Huge 17″ Screen to Envision Your Vision – LG gram’s large 17” screen with a 16:10 aspect ratio that can make your work and play come to life. The non-reflective screen helps maintain your focus and a bold display with up to 99% coverage of the DCI-P3 color gamut adds a vivid touch to graphics that look great, even from a wide viewing angle.
  • Intel Core Ultra 5 Processor Evo Edition – Supercharged processors that deliver the performance for relentless productivity, creation, and entertainment that enables you to push even further.
  • LG gram Link – The LG gram Link app provides a simple solution for seamless integration with up to 10 devices across operating platforms. The intuitive app links LG gram to devices with Android and iOS platforms for easy file sharing, collaborative screen viewing and real-time communication between devices.
  • The Power to Stay Unplugged – Mobility unleashed. LG gram’s large 77Wh battery powers your work, play, and streaming with no strings attached.
  • Tried and True Durability – No matter where your day takes you, your laptop is up for the challenge. This laptop passed seven tests for military-grade durability including vibration, high or low temperature, and more. Meeting these durability standards offer laptop protection peace of mind on your daily grind.
  • Surround Sound to the Next Level – Dolby Atmos is a proprietary audio format that brings the same immersive, 360-degree sound you get in a movie theater to your LG gram. Hear and feel more in music and movies through Dolby Atmos and be moved by the immersive surround sound experience.
  • An IPS Screen For Work & Play – LG gram’s 17″ IPS screen, displays vibrant and precise color with high contrast and clarity even when viewed from wide viewing angles.
  • Stay Cool – LG gram’s internal cooling system keeps the laptop running efficiently and helps prevent overheating.
LG gram 17-inch Lightweight Laptop, Intel Evo Edition – Intel Core Ultra 5 processor, Windows 11 Home, 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD, Black
LG gram 17-inch Lightweight Laptop, Intel Evo Edition – Intel Core Ultra 5 processor, Windows 11 Home, 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD, Black


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Specification: LG gram 17-inch Lightweight Laptop, Intel Evo Edition – Intel Core Ultra 5 processor, Windows 11 Home, 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD, Black

Standing screen display size

‎17 Inches

Screen Resolution

‎2560 x 1600 pixels

Max Screen Resolution

‎2560 x 1600 pixels


‎1.2 GHz core_i5



Hard Drive


Graphics Coprocessor

‎Intel HD Graphics 520

Chipset Brand


Card Description


Number of USB 3.0 Ports






Operating System

‎Windows 11 Home

Item Weight

‎2.96 pounds

Product Dimensions

‎14.91 x 10.19 x 0.7 inches

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎14.91 x 10.19 x 0.7 inches



Processor Brand


Number of Processors


Flash Memory Size

‎16 GB

Optical Drive Type

‎Not Available


‎1 Lithium Ion batteries required. (included)

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3 reviews for LG gram 17-inch Lightweight Laptop, Intel Evo Edition – Intel Core Ultra 5 processor, Windows 11 Home, 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD, Black

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  1. John

    1. I recommend this LG gram 17-inch Lightweight Laptop.
    2. The current price of ~$1000 is reasonable.

    – Thunderbolt4 USB-C port. I haven’t tested it with an external 4K monitor, but that is coming soon. Thunderbolt 4 opens up the world to connectivity, utilizing one of several hubs I have, to provide pretty much everything I need.
    – Superior screen. The display is an interesting mat finish. Extremely viewable. My eye never get tired. It has almost a paper-white effect, but in color. 17 inches of screen goodness is also impressive. Plenty of screen real estate. Even the small fonts are crisp and easy to read.
    – While it’s not 4K, the screen resolution of 2560×1600 is very good.
    – Decent SSD. It is a Samsung MZVL4512HBLU-00B07.
    Model PM9B1.
    M.2 form factor.
    512GB capacity.
    3500MBps Read, and 2500MBps Write (sequential), and ~400KIOPS Random.
    – CPU is a decent Intel Core Ultra 5 125H. Formerly known as Meteor Lake.
    14 total cores with 4 performance cores and 8 efficient cores.
    It also has 2 low power efficient cores.
    18 total threads.
    Max Turbo frequency is 4.5Ghz.
    Efficient core base frequency is 700Mhz.
    Base power is 28watts with a maximum of 115 watts.
    Released Q423, so plenty of processor features on chip.
    – Speed is good. Plenty of cores, although most are efficiency cores. Battery take 3.5 hours roughly to charge from 0 to full.
    – Keyboard is great.
    – Mousepad is great. Only thing I miss on it is a vertical scroll bar.
    – Super thin and very light weight.

    – Only 16GB of RAM. Still trying to determine if the memory can be expanded. My preferred RAM capacity on a laptop or mini-PC is 64GB. The CPU support 96GB, so I hope LG will provide the ability to upgrade. I haven’t cracked open the skins yet to inspect the internal structure. I like to have thousands of browser tabs open at once. 16GB is going to give me grief with this task, and others.
    – Window 11 Home is disappointing. This machine needs Win11 PRO. I will have to pop for the upgrade, that is if I can expand the RAM.

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  2. Prkie

    The LG Gram is one of those things that is a bit difficult to convey without trying it first hand – namely, how can a laptop of this size be so thin and lightweight. The 17” screen is pretty much the limit for screen size on laptops to remain usable as an actual laptop, and up until recently laptops of that size were unwieldy bulky bricks that mostly sat in one place the entire time.

    Not so here. With a thickness of slightly under 0.7”, and weight of under 3 pounds, this laptop remains extremely portable and is very easy to carry around. The matte magnesium metal case feels premium to the touch and helps with grippyness and heat dissipation. There’s no creaking or anything remotely plastik-y despite the thinness, as the same magnesium also keeps flexing to a minimum.

    The display: At 17” and 2560×1600 resolution, while the IPS is not quite at the level of the OLED screen found in the higher models, it is still very high quality with a good color gamut and accuracy. Side by side with my OLED TV, even though the laptop appears to lack HDR, the difference was quite minimal to my relatively untrained eyes. Backlight bleed was well managed, as well. It can only do 60hz, but given the integrated graphics that’s understandable.

    The CPU: Intel i5 125H is one of the newest mobile processors from Intel, released recently at the end of 2023. It has 14 cores of which 4 are performance, 8 are efficient, and 2 are low power efficient, integrated Arc graphics, and can boost up to 4.5 Ghz. While that’s the entry tier model, it is still a lot of power for an ultralight, and my expectations of performance were more than exceeded during my initial usage of this laptop. In Geekbench 6 under the balanced power plan, this scored 2116 single core and 9466 multicore, which is comparable to a typical mid to high end desktop processor from just a few years ago. It really is amazing how fast technology moves, and how much performance can now be packed into such a compact form factor.

    Memory and storage: 16GB of memory is fairly standard. 512GB SSD is a bit on the low side as it’d be nice to see 1TB nowadays, but it is the very fast Samsung PM9B1 NVMe SSD which is nice to see instead of some unknown generic. There’s a total of two M.2(2280) slots inside in case you ever want to add another drive.

    Keyboard: Full size with a numpad. Takes a bit of getting used to since it’s a bit stiffer than I would normally prefer, but for the thickness involved it still offers quite nice tactile feedback. Has two backlight levels controllable via Fn+F8, and thankfully also has an off mode.

    Ports: HDMI, 2x USBC/DP/Thunderbolt, 3.5mm headphone jack on the left side. SD Card slot, 2x USB 3.2 A ports, and kensington lock on the right side. It’s hard to say how much I appreciate having the 3.5mm headphone jack for my audiophile wired headphones so that I don’t need to use an adapter, and USB A slots where I can also use a hardwired mouse with no adapter. Very convenient. Either of the USB C ports can be used for charging. Speaking of charging, this takes up to 65w via the included USB C to C cable and the included power brick is very compact for the amount of power it delivers.

    Networking: Relatively standard 802.11ax with Bluetooth 5.3. No issues with either one in my testing and they worked as expected.

    Gaming: This is an interesting one since the 125H has integrated Arc graphics. In my basic testing this actually and surprisingly managed to deliver fairly decent performance, where my game of choice, Guild Wars 2, was quite playable at full resolution and frame rates of upwards of 60 FPS. On Geekbench 6 OpenCL benchmark this scored 20097 which is around the levels of a 1050 Ti desktop GPU. Again, more than expected for an ultralight with integrated graphics.

    Battery life: Substantial at 77Wh and plenty for hours and hours of usage especially when using the efficiency and low power modes of the CPU for non intensive tasks. Interestingly this is slightly reduced from the previous LG Gram model which I believe was at 80Wh, possibly due to wanting to keep this laptop at under 3 pounds.

    Included software: Windows 11 Home with a fairly standard set of software from LG. A bit annoyingly the McAfee antivirus was installed by default despite me opting out during the setup process, but it was easy enough to uninstall. Nothing too egregious in terms of extra unwanted software.

    Value: At a similar price point the only other similar competitor that I found might include a dedicated GPU, but they also come with a smaller screen and heavier weight. Essentially, if you need as much of a screen size as possible, while keeping the weight as low as possible, and have the latest generation processor, this laptop would have to be on your very short list.

    Highly recommended.

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  3. John

    This laptop boots in 15 seconds. This laptop is not made for gaming but can play GTA V on average settings. Not the greatest for games but wonderful for movies or office work. If used for movies or games I would suggest headphones. The built in speakers as they sound good don’t have enough volume. The lid opens and closes easily with magnets in the corners holding it closed. Many things I love about this is described accurately in the ad for this laptop. Such as its size, weight, comfort of use. This is a super nice laptop and it the best I personally have used. This laptop has a standoff bump near the vents. It lifts the back approximately 1/8 inch allowing the vents access to fresh air. The main cooling vents are on the back of the laptop in the lid hinge area. LG has included some software to control things on this laptop. This software also includes migration software.

    I have not opened this laptop but according to the BIOS it has a 2nd NVME slot for an additional drive.

    It does have a couple things I don’t like but its not major. The lit keyboard is controlled by the LG app no keyboard shortcut unless you create one. The speakers have a real nice sound quality to them but lacking volume.

    The next is cosmetic. As I removed the laptop from the box I noticed a white chip on the left corner of the lid. Making somethings thinner and lighter includes a thinner layer of coating. I am praying this chip is not a sign of the coating not sticking well to the bare surface. Time will tell if it gets bigger.

    Even with the chip in the coating and lacking volume. I am very impressed with this laptop. I give it a double thumbs up.

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