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    LG Gram Style Speculated To Be A Huge Hit

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    In February, LG announced a new line of ultra-lightweight laptops called Gram. They’re not super powerful, but they are incredibly portable and have a nice form factor for mobile use.

    LG announced a new line of ultra-lightweight laptops called Gram. The company has been around for decades and is best known for its mobile phones, though it also makes appliances like refrigerators and washing machines.

    In the past few years, LG has tried to make a name in the laptop space with products like the Gram 14 2-in-1 PC (we reviewed that one here).

    The latest addition to this family is the LG Gram 13 2-in-1 laptop, which we got our hands on at CES 2019 and have been using ever since. We’ve tested it out on planes, trains and automobiles: everywhere from San Francisco to New York City.

    LG Gram Style Can Be A Showstopper

    Times have changed, and now people expect lighter devices with less bulk. Laptops are getting lighter, especially for the price; it’s not uncommon to see a 13-inch laptop weighing under three pounds anymore. With cloud services becoming more prevalent, you can also store your files online rather than on local storage. This gives you access to your files from any device that has an internet connection—your phone, tablet or laptop will all work just fine. You may even find yourself using your smartphone as a primary source of productivity instead of using a traditional desktop computer entirely!

    While the Gram is a nice laptop, it does have some quirks. For starters, the keyboard feels slightly cramped, which can be annoying to those who like to use the arrow keys for navigation. In addition, you’ll need to press down pretty hard on each keystroke in order for it to register properly. I also find that the trackpad is rather small and sometimes unresponsive when attempting swipes or clicks on my Pixelbook 2—and while that might not be an issue if you opt for an external mouse or pen (I personally prefer using my Pixelbook Pen), I don’t think it would be great for daily typing tasks.

    As far as performance goes, I believe this device will work well enough if all you want is something light and portable that can type quickly without much effort on your part—but don’t expect anything too intensive here because this machine has its limits due to its single-core CPU choice (which means no multi-threading).

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