How much does the LG gram 17 weigh?

The LG gram 17
The LG gram 17 (Image credit: Windows Central)

How much does the LG gram 17 weigh?

Best answer: The LG gram 17 weighs just 2.95 pounds (1.3 kg), making it one of the lightest laptops out there. If you want the lightest laptop you can find, then this is an excellent choice.Amazon: LG gram 17 ($1,697)

Working on the go

Laptops are incredibly productive tools that almost anyone will find useful — writers, managers, developers, and students can all put the power of mobile PCs to good use. However, some laptops are cumbersome, which makes carrying them around from place-to-place a pain, especially if you already have a bag of other things to carry.

This is where light laptops, such as the LG gram 17, come in. As its name implies, the LG gram 17 feels like it might as well be made out of feathers, weighing in at an astoundingly low 2.95 pounds (1.3 kg). For a 17-inch laptop, this is especially incredible, considering this is less than what smaller laptops weigh.

Why get an LG gram 17?

Aside from its attractively low weight, there are plenty of other reasons to pick up an LG gram 17, too. The 17-inch screen is excellent, displaying images and video in crystal clarity with rich color. The laptop also has an Intel Core i7-8565U processor and 16GB of RAM, meaning that it can handle any work task you can throw at it with ease. Perhaps the craziest thing about this laptop, though, is its battery life. On a full charge, the LG gram 17 is capable of lasting anywhere between 10-12 hours, which is absolutely incredible for any laptop, let alone a 17-inch one, which is a variant that has traditionally had poor battery life in the past.

Overall, this laptop is fantastic if you're a worker on the go and need something that can keep pace with whatever you're working on, while also not adding too much to your carry weight.

Brendan Lowry

Brendan Lowry is a Windows Central writer and Oakland University graduate with a burning passion for video games, of which he's been an avid fan since childhood. You'll find him doing reviews, editorials, and general coverage on everything Xbox and PC. Follow him on Twitter.