Since the last few years, I have been a big fan of LG Gram 17. It is extremely lightweight, has a large screen and has a great battery life. If there is one thing I am hesitant about, it’s the design. The past finesIt looked a little… monotonous. It’s a good thing that many laptops are available, but it also means that there is a fashion-conscious audience they won’t reach.
LG Gram style. This may be the first LG laptop I have ever seen that I truly think is “stylish”, as the name suggests. It’s extremely thin and light and is covered in a shimmery, kaleidoscopic color. This machine was on display at CES 2023 by LG. It was definitely one of the most unique laptops I have seen so far this year.
This works. Not This laptop is universally usable. She might be a hit in a coffee shop. It’s a bold, new look for a flatline that is always entertaining to watch unfold.
We will start with the ending. It is iridescent and changes color depending on lighting and angle. In LG’s wordsThe notebooks “shine and transform dynamically; they move and change depending upon the light and angle.”
It looks like a silvery white up close. However, I can confirm that the device was blinking and ticking in various colors as I moved it around. Sometimes it even appeared blue or orange. I wish I could have captured that better on camera. Again, lighting was a challenge.
That glossy finish extends to the bottom of the Style’s keyboard surface, which is smooth—There are’s no visible touchpad. tHere he The touchpad is located in the exact spot you would expect it to be. However, it’s tactile, and hidden.
These types of trackpads are becoming more common on laptops this year. It helps companies make them slimmer (which is still a major draw for Gram). Dell XPS 13 PlusI also used a hidden touchpad last summer, with mixed results. I found that my right hand (I am a righty) knew the best places to click from experience and didn’t have to select the touchpad. However, my left hand was less skilled and had some glitches when it needed turning.
The Gram Style has LEDs around its touchpad, which the XPS 13 Plus does not have. After touching the area. They will stay on for no more than a few seconds, then disappear. Although it’s better than nothing it doesn’t help you locate the thing you need to click on. The lights look great, however. I don’t understand why they aren’t available to me.
The screen is the third great thing. Each Style model has a 16/10 OLED screen. It looks great in LG’s demo area, despite the odd lighting. The keyboard was very pleasant and had a nice click. Gram keyboards are great, but it’s possible that a slimmer laptop might not be able to hold great keys.
Oh, and this! So Noor. It’s one those devices that can mess with your mind once you pick it up. You could fool me into believing that this was an empty chassis at 2.2 pounds (999 grams). This isn’t a new feature on LG laptops, but it’s a good indication that the model, despite its oddities, remains a part of the Gram line.
Another tip is that there are many more wild designs in the works. LG had an array of decorative Gram-patterned cases on display—purple, pink, and polka dots galore—and was running a poll in their booth where attendees could vote for their favourite. Representatives claim that the company will bring home the winner to market. I voted for purple so I hope one of them wins. Keep watching.
Photo by Monica Chen/The verge
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