The notebook has a standard battery:
LG uses this accumulator in a number of its notebooks, so it’s not a big problem to replace the battery or find a second one. Its parameters should be well known to people who use LG’s latest notebook models:
The power adapter is rather big:
But that’s normal. A powerful processor needs a stable power source which wouldn’t fit into the dimensions of a pack of cigarettes. Here are its characteristics:
The fastest processor among the tested notebooks quite expectedly achieves the best results in benchmarks. The notebook is clearly a performance leader and, considering the configuration, the battery life time looks very good. The user can expect the battery to last at least 3 hours under typical office loads (I was typing in the text of this review and was editing the tables with the specifications and the test results on this notebook in the autonomous mode for about 2 hours and a half and the battery charge indicator showed 20% of charge left after my work was over).
So, LG produced an excellent notebook. This is a well-equipped stylish machine with high performance, pretty exterior, and low weight. This notebook can be recommended to anyone. It is designed to look equally well in the hands of a man or a woman. Someone may think it heavy, but I say 1.8kg of weight is good for such an advanced configuration. The only thing missing in this model is a Bluetooth adapter. The LW20 is no worse than top-end notebooks but differs from them in size and the lack of a discrete graphics processor. So, if you want a compact computer with the maximum performance a sub-notebook can yield, take a look at the LW20 – it deserves your consideration!