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  • 2018 has just started and LG has already popped out a new and improved version of their ultra

  • lightweight laptop from last yearthe LG Gram.

  • I tossed last year's model down a flight of concrete steps and it survived just fine.

  • Let's see what secrets this new LG Gram is hiding inside.

  • [Intro]

  • Big thanks to LG for sending out this laptop and sponsoring the video.

  • I love showing off useful products with plenty of features, and LG has packed this laptop

  • full of the essentials.

  • LG doesn't charge extra for dongles because they put all the ports you need right inside

  • the laptop itself.

  • Imagine that.

  • The best way to review tech is from the inside.

  • The 2018 LG Gram is easy enough to open up with 8 normal Philips head screws hidden underneath

  • these rubber boots.

  • I should probably mention at some point that LG does not endorse this kind of behavior...but,

  • that's never stopped us before.

  • With the clasps on the back panel unsnapped, we can set it off to the side revealing and

  • extremely modular and powerful setup inside of the LG Gram.

  • The quickest and easiest way to upgrade an old laptop is to add more storage or more

  • memory, and LG has their customers in mind when they allow that to happen.

  • It gets a thumbs up from me.

  • It's got dual downward firing stereo speakers, but the intriguing part to me is the dual

  • SSD slots.

  • Last year's model only had one.

  • As we all know, storage normally gets way cheaper with time.

  • I remember my dad bringing home a computer when I was about 10 years old, and telling

  • me that we would never need to upgrade again since it had a 4 gigabyte hard drive.

  • Things are a bit different nowadays.

  • This one terabyte laptop has over 250 times more storage than that computer my dad brought

  • home all those years ago.

  • Plus, the laptop's upgradable, because at some point in the far future, one terabyte

  • will seem small.

  • The RAM is also removable and upgradeable.

  • This 8 gigabyte stick doubles, giving us 16 gigabytes of DDR4 RAM, making it a solid laptop

  • for 2018.

  • Thermal-wise, over top of the i7 processor, we have a massive copper heatpipe and a fan

  • cooling off the tail end.

  • Having only 1 fan is part of what makes this laptop so thin.

  • The whole laptop clocks in at 27 decibels under load, making it pretty quiet.

  • For reference, a whisper or rustling leaves is right next door at 20 decibels.

  • Apple users might want to look away for a second so they don't get too jealous, but

  • we have 2 USB 3.0 slots, along with a headphone jack, and micro SD card slot, all connected

  • into their own circuit board apart from the motherboard, making repair-ability a real

  • possibility if something gets damaged or broken down the road.

  • On the other side of the LG Gram, we have a charging port, another USB 3.0, and a full

  • size HDMI.

  • The coolest port last year's LG Gram didn't have was a thunder bolt 3 connector, allowing

  • this laptop to connect with 4K monitors, of even better, an external graphics card for

  • gaming or video editing...which as a YouTuber is something we do a lot of.

  • Even with intense peripherals hooked up, like an external GPU, LG says this fan and heat

  • pipe combination keep the frames per second on par with other high end laptops during

  • a stress test.

  • The current display on this 2018 LG Gram is a 1080p IPS display, attached with this hinge.

  • Along with these silver screws.

  • And interestingly enough, it has the same circular connector and cable we saw inside

  • the dual screen Axon M smartphone that I took apart a couple weeks ago.

  • The smartphone and laptop worlds are getting closer together.

  • Last year LG bragged about having an all-day battery.

  • And this year's laptop's battery is even bigger.

  • They are still calling it an all-day battery, but this one has enough guts left over at

  • the end of the day to still charge a cellphone.

  • Pretty impressive.

  • I'll unplug the battery from the motherboard so we can get a closer look.

  • It's a 7.7 volt lithium ion battery made up of 4 pouch cells connected together.

  • The track pad is replaceable and has it's own connection to the bottom of the motherboard.

  • I'll get the massive battery put back into place so we can turn this thing on for the

  • first time and see if it still works.

  • The battery has 6 screws, and the back panel of the laptop has 8 Philips head screws.

  • It really is refreshing to see a company not try to keep their customers out.

  • LG says the surface of their laptop is a nano-carbon magnesium alloy, giving the LG Gram

  • a metallic finish.

  • [Scratching sounds] But under that metallic layer it has more of a plastic feel, which

  • makes sense.

  • This is one of the world's lightest laptops, and their alloy is lighter and more durable

  • than pure metal when it's this thin.

  • I can't decide if that was a shark fin or a tidal wave, but you get the idea.

  • Fun fact, the power button doubles as a fingerprint scanner for an added layer of security.

  • And another tidbit a lot of laptops don't have is the keyboard is back-lit, making things

  • super functional at night.

  • Overall I'm impressed.

  • A super lightweight, modular, repairable and upgradeable laptop.

  • LG has done a good job.

  • As with all technology, the price does fluctuate, so I'll link the current pricing in the video

  • description right below this video.

  • Let me know if there are any other laptops you want to see torn apart or durability tested.

  • And thanks a ton for watching.

  • I'll see you around.

2018 has just started and LG has already popped out a new and improved version of their ultra

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