LG Gram 17 (2022) discounted by over US$450 with 16 GB of RAM and 1 TB SSD
Amazon US has discounted the LG Gram 17 (2022), a machine that is also known as Gram 17Z90Q. Typically, LG charges US$1,799.99 for the 17-inch and Intel Alder Lake-powered laptop, but Amazon US has dropped its price by 26%, a saving that takes over US$450 off its list price.
The LG Gram 17 (2022) is only a few months old, but Amazon US has already discounted the machine heavily in its latest round of sales. To recap, the machine features a 16:10 display that outputs at 2,560 x 1,600 pixels and 60 Hz, plus an 80 Wh battery that outlasted many of its competitors during our tests. Additionally, the LG Gram 17 (2022) has LPDDR5-5200 dual-channel RAM, space for two SSDs, a dedicated number pad and plenty of I/O.
Currently, Amazon US has discounted a configuration with a Core i7-1260P processor, 16 GB of RAM and 1 TB of storage. At the time of writing, the retailer has discounted the SKU by 26%, knocking US$466.69 off its US$1,799.99 list price. As a result, the laptop now costs a more palatable US$1,333.30, although there are ‘Used – Like New’ editions available at even steeper discounts through the Amazon Warehouse program.
Alternatively, there are other discounted SKUs available at comparable reductions. For example, Amazon US also carries the LG Gram 17 (2022) with a 2 TB SSD and 32 GB of LPDDR5 RAM for US$1,677.99, a 20% saving. Moreover, Amazon offers a configuration with the same processor, a 1 TB SSD, 16 GB of RAM and an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2050 discrete GPU for US$1,499.99 at a 25% discount. Please see our review for our full thoughts on the LG Gram 17 (2022) and how it handles its Core i5-1240P processor.
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Alex Alderson, 2023-01-26 (Update: 2023-01-26)