LG LCD Laptop 16″ WQXGA (2560 x 1600) IPS LCD Display , DCI-P3 99%, 11th gen Intel core i7, Intel Xe Graphics, 16GB RAM, 1TB SSD, 22 Hr Battery…

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LG LCD Laptop 16" WQXGA (2560 x 1600) IPS LCD Display , DCI-P3 99%, 11th gen Intel core i7, Intel Xe Graphics, 16GB RAM, 1TB SSD, 22 Hr Battery...
  • 16″ WQXGA (2560×1600) IPS LCD, with DCI-P3 99% color expression
  • Intel Evo Platform Powered by 11th generation Intel core i7-1165G7 Processor with Intel Xe Graphics delivers performance for high-resolution content creation and editing
  • 16GB LPDDR4X 4266mhz RAM delivers a high level of performance for memory-intensive content creation, designing, editing, and multitasking
  • Improve productivity with 1TB PCIe M.2 NVMe SSD for dependable storage accessible in a flash
  • Connect with Confidence: Two USB-C ports with Thunderbolt 4 support, two USB-A 3.2 ports, a full-size HDMI port, a microSD card reader, and a 3.5mm audio jack
  • Get more done on the go with up to 22 hours battery life with a single charge (Disclaimer: battery life will vary from specifications depending on model, configuration, applications used, features utilized and power management settings)
  • Ultra light and ultra portable weighing just 2.6 lbs
  • Built-in convenience with an HD webcam, back-lit keyboard and Alexa built-in

Specification: LG LCD Laptop 16″ WQXGA (2560 x 1600) IPS LCD Display , DCI-P3 99%, 11th gen Intel core i7, Intel Xe Graphics, 16GB RAM, 1TB SSD, 22 Hr Battery…

Standing screen display size

‎16 Inches

Screen Resolution

‎2560 x 1600 pixels

Max Screen Resolution

‎2560 x 1600 Pixels

Processor

‎4.7 GHz apple_ci7

RAM

‎1 TB LPDDR4

Memory Speed

‎4266 MHz

Hard Drive

‎1 TB SSD

Chipset Brand

‎Intel

Card Description

‎Integrated

Wireless Type

‎802.11ax

Number of USB 3.0 Ports

‎1

Average Battery Life in hours

‎22 Hours

Brand

‎LG

Series

‎16Z90P-K.AAS8U1

Item model number

‎16Z90P-K.AAS8U1

Hardware Platform

‎PC

Operating System

‎Windows 10 Home

Item Weight

‎2.62 pounds

Product Dimensions

‎14.01 x 9.58 x 0.66 inches

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎14.01 x 9.58 x 0.66 inches

Color

‎Silver

Processor Brand

‎Intel

Processor Count

‎4

Computer Memory Type

‎DDR4 SDRAM

Flash Memory Size

‎16

Hard Drive Interface

‎Solid State

Optical Drive Type

‎No Optical Drive

Power Source

‎Battery Powered

Batteries

‎2 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)

4 reviews for LG LCD Laptop 16″ WQXGA (2560 x 1600) IPS LCD Display , DCI-P3 99%, 11th gen Intel core i7, Intel Xe Graphics, 16GB RAM, 1TB SSD, 22 Hr Battery…

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  1. Avatar of Steve Hall

    Steve Hall

    Very light and battery lasts all day. USB-C charging allows me to share my existing charger across multiple devices including this new laptop. Good backlit keyboard and nice sized responsive touchpad (I don’t need a mouse). Silent. Can use on your lap and won’t get hot. Fast. I develop software and compile and test against a local database also running on the laptop, good fast responses. Love the 16×10 screen, this 16″ is a tiny bit smaller overall than my previous 15 1/2! Very nice laptop.

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  2. Avatar of Christopher San Jose

    Christopher San Jose

    The build quality is very nice, it’s fast, and the keyboard/track pad is very nice. But…. The shape is weird (taller than usual which leads to a longer keyboard area, it’s just different), the screen is NOT touchscreen, the monitor is extremely glossy so it’s not easy to see clearly if there is any brightness or lights near you. And lastly and most annoyingly, this laptop gets unbearably hot if you are charging it while using it. I came from the LG 15.6 which never got hot even after 2-3 years of every day use. This laptop is agitating my fingers from heat since day 1. If you’re not charging it’s fine, but don’t expect to use it comfortably if you are charging.

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  3. Avatar of rbinbtown

    rbinbtown

    I’ve had MacBook Pro 16, Surface Pro 7, iMac 27, etc., and this LG Gram 16-inch (2021 model) is the first computer I’ve ever owned that can actually replace my desktop without the compromise of short battery life, weight, size, or specs. You simply cannot comprehend how light this is until you actually have it in your hands. I watched a lot of good video reviews, but was still surprised when I took it out of the box. You simply can’t beat this notebook for the price considering everything that you get. In fact, it’s so unique that I can’t even compare it to anything because no other company has ever achieved packing so much (specs, ports, screen, trackpad, keyboard, etc.) into a notebook this light. If you want a productivity PC, I can’t think of anything that beats this!

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  4. Avatar of WaywardSand

    WaywardSand

    OK, this is my second unit, but it is beautiful and everything works right out of the box.

    Note: the first unit shipped to me by Amazon had about a 10 inch crack diagonally across the display when I opened it right out of the box and powered it up. I’ve seen numerous videos of reviewers tossing these LG Grams down a set of concrete stairs, bouncing and tumbling.. and then they pick it up and it turn back on and works. So.. this clearly was some sort of factory defect that escaped LG. NOW.. this is why I love Amazon… because I immediately contacted customer support to request an exchange and they had an new unit allocated to me immediately, which shipped the next morning. No fuss, no muss… just the usual outstanding Amazon customer service. But this only works if the item is sold by Amazon, not 3rd parties.. so I always make sure that when buying expensive electronics on Amazon…. I only by directly from Amazon, NOT 3rd parties.

    On to the second unit, which works and is perfect in workmanship and finish. Powered up the unit and it immediately did the now famous Windows 10 configuration dialog and sequences. Took only a few minutes, and then it was up and ready to go. It performed a series of driver updates, and OS updates to bring it current, all without flaw and almost transparent to me, save for the need to log in after it did an after hours reboot to bring the OS updates online.

    Let me take a moment to comment on LG packaging of the unit. The package is a very compact, very sleek, yet perfect protection for the unit in shipment. LG has outstanding packaging design teams, and that goes right down to the box they ship product in. Box is double sealed with LG security tape, with a note to refuse to accept the item if the seals are broken.

    Unit comes with a USB C power unit, power cord for the unit, and a quick get started booklet of a few pages. Everything else is on the machine itself.

    Battery was about 70% charged upon receipt, so I immediately got a chance to see the unit top up the power to full.. and while doing so… it draws a lot of power from the little power unit, so both the underside of the notebook and the power unit will get warm during battery charging. But once the battery is full charge, everything cools down. So just be aware that the power unit will get warm when the battery is charging. There may be some setting adjustments to tone the rate of charge down, but I have not yet delved into the LG specific apps and features for managing the computer.

    The keyboard is fantastic in the 2021 LG Gram lineup, as is the new track pad design (though I prefer to use a mouse most of the time), and is quite functional and crisp if you are a trackpad user.

    While sound is not typically an LG Gram strong suit, I have to say the sound system in the 2021s is a step up from prior years models.

    All in, LG very much appears to be on a consistent path to keep in making LG Grams better and better every year.

    It still boggles the mind how a 16 inch notebook can be so light weight, thin, and yet rugged in design. I was a bit skeptical about the new aspect ratio (16:10) of the 16 inch screen (same as Apple does), but I am now sold on it. Plenty of screen in a form factor that is actually a bit smaller than last years LG Gram 15 inch units.

    Time will tell how this notebook does longer term, but if LGs reputation for their Gram line is any indicator.. it will have a long and reliable life. There are after all, no moving parts in an LG Gram other than the keyboard and the hinge for the display. Everything else is completely solid state. RAM is soldered to the board (a requirement for the new generation ram that goes with the gen 11 Intel processors), and there is a single 1 tera byte SSD.

    Happily LG does not load up their Grams with a lot of bloatware. From my perspective, the only programs that need to be immediately purged from the machine is McAfee LiveSafe 30 day trial (I prefer to use the tandem combo of Windows Security and Malwarebytes Premium), and Office 365 trial (I prefer a licensed copy of Office installed on my machines, not Office 365). Other than that, everything looks tight and clean on the disk image from the factory.

    I plan to let the machine stay powered up for the next week to insure that there are no early component issues, and then I will be moving files from my old computer to this one and expect to be completely on the new LG Gram from then on.

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