LG gram 15 laptop seems 15-inch MacBook competitor with USB-C, 0.7-inch thin

LG Electronics has officially announced a new ultralight notebook that becomes 15-inch MacBook competitor, called the LG gram 15. As reporting, this device is LG’s ultra-slim high-performance laptop. The most good news, LG gram 15 laptop will land in the United States in a range of series. There are two 15-inch models, which will join the existing 13-inch and 14-inch ultra-lightweight laptops (launched last fall).

Bringing metallic gold, this machine looks like a certain Apple laptop. Company says it is perfect for the everyday user. The LG gram 15 notebook has a 15.6-inch display that eighs only 2.2lbs and measures in at 0.7-inches in thickness.


Inside, the new LG laptops offers Intel Core i5 and i7 processor. Both featuring up to 512GB of storage, and up to 8GB of RAM. It is take advantages of Windows 10 software and a USB-C port. The latter is also found on the new MacBook, HTC 10, and some other devices.

LG gram 15 still having a number of ‘regular’ parts such as a USB 3.0 port, micro USB, microSD card slot, and HDMI (for video). Its 15.6-inch display features a 16:9 aspect ratio and a Full HD 1920 x 1080 resolution. This screen offers IPS technology and wide-angle viewing to ensure comfortable when watching videos. Thus, the bezel around on 15-inch display is also thin and unobtrusive.

Other features include a dedicated numpad on keyboard and 7 hours of battery life. The LG gram 15 comes in three exciting features – Instant Booting (starting up the system immediately), Reader Mode (reduces blue light for night-time viewing), and Movie Mode (vibrant colors for watching movies).

Let’s talk about price, the Intel Core i5 model of LG gram 15 will cost $1,099, while the Intel Core i7 version is price of $1,499.

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