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17" LG Gram Laptop: i7-1195G7, 2560x1600, 16GB RAM, 2TB SSD EXPIRED

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BuyDig has select LG Gram 17" Laptops on sale for $1,399 when you apply promo code GRAM in your cart. To earn Slickdeals Cashback, before purchase, follow the cashback instructions below (PC extension required, before checkout). Shipping is free.

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  • 17" 2560x1600 WQXGA IPS Display LCD Display
  • Intel i7-1195G7 2.9GHz 4-Core / 8-Thread Processor
    • Intel Iris Xe Graphics
  • 16GB LPDDR4X 4266MHz Memory
  • 2x 1TB NVMe Solid State Drive (2TB Total)
  • Wi-Fi 6 , 2x2, Bluetooth 5.1 Combo
  • Windows 11 Home
  • Ports:
    • 2x USB 4.0 Gen 3x2 Type-C
    • 2x USB 3.2 Gen 2x1 Type-A
    • MicroSD
    • Headphone Jack
  • 80Wh Battery
  • 2.98 lbs
  • 1 Year Warranty
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PowerfulClub4936 asked this question on 05-13-2022 at 01:53 PM
05-13-2022 at 01:53 PM
I believe the surface line uses 3:2 for all their devices. Really liked it for productivity types of tasks vs the slightly wider screen standard on other laptops.
05-13-2022 at 01:53 PM
Yes... the Acer Predator 21 (https://www.theverge.com/2017/5/22/15672294/acer-predator-21-x-review-gaming-laptop-9000-gtx-1080)
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I've got an 8th generation version of this laptop. Still going strong, highly recommend it!
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I am a big fan of lg gram 17" i have both 10th and 11th gens, just wait for the 12th gen its already out in Korea and looks like its 70 percent faster than this gen, and probably will be priced similarly...
"priced similarly" to launch prices of 11th - that's a big maybe. Similarly to current pricing? No.
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Quote from OrangePollution5297 :
So are 13th gen
Nah dingbat, 12th gen is hitting LG Gram this quarter: https://liliputing.com/2022/04/lg...-2022.html
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---nvm---
this stuff junk
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I just got one from Costco and it's not a bad laptop but be warned, it's a very plastic feel. I mean for $1000+ I would expect the laptop to feel a bit more premium.

I was torn between this and the Thinkpad X1 but I think I may return this one and go with the Thinkpad. I know it's more expensive but comes with 12th Gen and very robust
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Wow, can't believe it doesn't have a keypad, deal breaker for me...
But it does.... this laptop was similar to Toughbooks and their swappable modules.
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I have heard others say they got shafted the same way (including people here on SlickDeals).

I wish someone would sue them over this... I have had them refuse service on multiple laptops for the most absurd reasons.
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If that was your experience, it seems like it would violate the Magnuson Moss Warranty Act. To invalidate a warranty claim, the warrantor generally must demonstrate that your modification led to the product malfunction requiring repair.
This is basically among the same lines as the "Warranty Void If Removed" [npr.org] stickers.
It turns out they know it is illegal but they also know that the only way consumers will get justice is through a lawsuit.......Something most people won't do....
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Wish it has 12th Gen CPU….
Recommend Samsung Galaxy Book 2 Pro, only the downside is OLED 1080P screen, but it feels pretty good, color is very bright; 16:9 not 16:10. However all other advantages: ~$800 after edu discount and 15% Ra_ku_ten cashback, 12th gen i7-1260P CPU, LPDDR5 ram, 5W speaker, better build quality, 15icnh version has second SSD slot for upgrade.
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I just got one from Costco and it's not a bad laptop but be warned, it's a very plastic feel. I mean for $1000+ I would expect the laptop to feel a bit more premium.

I was torn between this and the Thinkpad X1 but I think I may return this one and go with the Thinkpad. I know it's more expensive but comes with 12th Gen and very robust
Same consideration between these. But I choose Samsung Galaxy Book 2 Pro, only the downside is OLED 1080P screen, but it feels pretty good, color is very bright; 16:9 not 16:10. However all other advantages: ~$800 after edu discount and 15% Ra_ku_ten cashback, 12th gen i7-1260P CPU, LPDDR5 ram, 5W speaker, better build quality, 15icnh version has second SSD slot for upgrade.
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Quote from LEOMHK1.0 :
This is basically among the same lines as the "Warranty Void If Removed" stickers [npr.org].
It turns out they know it is illegal but they also know that the only way you'll get justice is through a lawsuit.Something most people wont do....
Very interesting link! Thank you. Yes, as I mentioned earlier, I really wish someone would sue Costco over this, or given the article you mention, turn them over to the FTC.

But, I suspect Costco will find other ways to effectively void the warranty... I had one laptop with them where the power brick went bad and it wouldn't charge. When I called Costco support they told me the first step in helping me was to run the reset procedure on my machine so that the hard drive was wiped. When I pointed out that was silly and could never fix a physical break and it would only cost me days of wasted effort setting up the machine again and reinstalling all my apps, they refused to budge. I even escalated the issue to management to no avail. It's like the whole purpose of Costco support is to waste your time until you give up and just buy a new machine.
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Yes, Costco version is way better as the 2TB version has two 1TB m.2 installed. I'd rather get the Costco version for $1099, and then pop a 2TB in the second slot for $200, and still save $100 over the BuyDig version. I'll take Costco any day just for the 90 day return policy, as well as upgraded warranty.

Also, the RAM on these is not upgradable. This is LPDDR4x memory, which is never upgradable. I had the Gram 17 with upgradable RAM, but that came with an 8th Gen i7 that was quite slow. They may have continued offering upgradable RAM for another generation, but discontinued it with the switch to LPDDR4x as expected.
As soon as you open up this laptop to change the SSD you will void your warranty. So keep that in mind.
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I have no experience with LG laptops, but I can say from experience that their refrigerators and dishwashers are complete crap!
Funny, I have no experience with their laptops either, but I've had an LG fridge going on 6yrs and never had an issue with it. Just bought a new house and went with LG again.
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Wow, can't believe it doesn't have a keypad, deal breaker for me...
Found the dummy that didn't even click the link or look at photos. There's clearly a keypad on it.
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As soon as you open up this laptop to change the SSD you will void your warranty. So keep that in mind.
I have never ever not upgraded a laptop that had upgradable slots for RAM or SSD/HDD, so that's not happening. The Gram 17 I had and also the Gram 15 I currently have does not have any warranty voided sticker or any way to tell that it had been opened, so I can just restore it to stock before warranty service.

Even if I bought this Gram 17 with two 1TB m.2 SSDs, I would still upgrade one or both of the SSDs to 2TB.
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Quote from juciwdjared :
Recommend Samsung Galaxy Book 2 Pro, only the downside is OLED 1080P screen, but it feels pretty good, color is very bright; 16:9 not 16:10. However all other advantages: ~$800 after edu discount and 15% Ra_ku_ten cashback, 12th gen i7-1260P CPU, LPDDR5 ram, 5W speaker, better build quality, 15icnh version has second SSD slot for upgrade.
The 15% CB has been gone since Thursday. Only 3% now.
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