Where's the best place to buy the LG gram 17?

LG gram 17
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Lg Gram 17 2020 Hero

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Where's the best place to buy the LG gram 17?

Best answer: Unlike some other laptop makers, LG doesn't have a massive retail presence, so your best shout of getting it where you are is through Amazon or in some locations like the U.S. from LG's own store.Option A: LG gram 17 ($1,850 at Amazon)From source: LG gram 17 ($1,850 at LG)

Available to order now

The LG gram 17 is available to order right now from Amazon with free shipping for all, as well as a two-day shipping option if you want it quickly, and you have Amazon Prime.

You don't have to worry about choosing which spec to get, because there's only one available. But that's OK because it's still packing a ton of hardware.

Like no 17-inch laptop you've seen before

The gram 17 is almost unbelievable. It weighs the same as an Ultrabook but has a 17-inch 2560x1600 resolution display. The lack of weight is down to the nanocarbon and magnesium mix that makes up the chassis. It's durable, though you'd be forgiven for thinking it was some kind of plastic on feeling it.

Inside, you get a 10th Gen Intel Core i7 processor, 1TB of PCIe SSD storage, 16GB of DDR4 RAM, a precision touchpad, as well as a USB-C Thunderbolt 3 connection.

In everything but its physical size, the LG gram 17 is a high-end Ultrabook. But now, you can have that and a huge display.

A laptop we highly recommend

In our review of the LG gram 17, Executive Editor, Daniel Rubino, had this to say:

"If you like the phrase "go big or go home," then the gram 17 is your best choice right now. Last year I said I was fascinated with gram 17, and that is still true in 2020."

LG essentially made a 13-inch Ultrabook, with a sleek, lightweight form factor and excellent battery life, but then slapped a 17-inch display on it. It's still a game-changer for the 17-inch laptop space, usually dominated by bulky, heavy machines.

Richard Devine
Managing Editor - Tech, Reviews

Richard Devine is a Managing Editor at Windows Central with over a decade of experience. A former Project Manager and long-term tech addict, he joined Mobile Nations in 2011 and has been found on Android Central and iMore as well as Windows Central. Currently, you'll find him steering the site's coverage of all manner of PC hardware and reviews. Find him on Mastodon at mstdn.social/@richdevine