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LG gram 13 Touchscreen Laptop - Intel Core i7 - 1080p $899.99

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Saw this on Costco Website.

LG gram 13 inch is $300 off
LG Gram 15 inch is $300 off

13 inch link: https://www.costco.com/LG-gram-13...55587.html

15 inch link: https://www.costco.com/LG-gram-15...08465.html
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The 13" has been $850 at Costco in the past. It was also $869 through BuyDig a few weeks back. As for the 15", it's already been posted.
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Thanks. Since I have no time machine to go back to last year's black friday at $850, it's good to know it's $900 as I need a tiny portable laptop for someone.
No one thinks you have a time machine. That's posted as helpful info for folks that can wait if they need to, but are looking to buy at around historic low prices rather than just whatever is available at the moment.

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How difficult is it to open and replace battery on these things/?
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How difficult is it to open and replace battery on these things/?
Not hard at all. Here's how: https://youtu.be/w9nO8h4zkLY
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Thanks. Since I have no time machine to go back to last year's black friday at $850, it's good to know it's $900 as I need a tiny portable laptop for someone.
Comes with a 90 day return policy. If you find a lower price within 90 day, just tell them to refund you the difference.
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Wow, this Laptop has huge battery capacity, biggest among ultrabook.
I already ordered XPS 9380, if not I would buy this one.
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Does anyone know what the TDP settings are on the 13in version? If it's set to 15W or 10W, it would perform quite poorly (and no reason to go with an i7). I'd only want a 25W configuration.

If anyone has one, running Hardware Monitor while stress testing with Prime95 or IntelBurnTest would turbo boost, but eventually throttle back to its configured TDP setting.
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I ordered this last night so waiting anxiously by the door every night after work hoping the "men in brown" show up early. It says 3-5 business days, so I should probably find something else to do in the evenings... But seriously, the battery life, super slim design, light weight and i7 processor got me and I even think it will accept a second SSD which is something I happen to have from my dead Dell machine. Can anyone confirm this?

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Does the 13 inch model have 2 SSD slots and upgradeable ram?
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I have the 13 inch purchased from a previous deal. It has 4gb of ram soldered on and a 4gb stick that is upgradeable. I put in a 16gb so now have 20gb total. It has two M.2 slots and I went ahead and put in a 512 Samsung Evo NVME and it works well, though i can't tell a speed difference from the factory SSD (which is now extra storage in the second slot). I do a lot of traveling and absolutely love this thing - fast, durable, and unbelievably light. That said, no dedicated graphics, so limited on gaming if you're into that.
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