LG’s Gram 14 is out
The LG Gram 14 (2020) laptop as on papers may sound a touch of a misfit and oddity. Although the Korean company isn’t exactly known for its PC business at first go. But it does release thin clients, all-in-one PCs and, of course, monitors for better client services.
The LG Gram range is believed to be the first and foremost for its ability to deliver tons of hardware in an unbelievably light package of model.
Screen and Weight of Lappy
Despite having a 14-inch inch display, the Gram 14 weighs only 1kg. On the other hand 15-inch version pushes the size up to 1.15kg. Shockingly, the 17-inch version is jaw droopingly light at just 1.35kg.
Built of Laptop
Insides are the 10th generation Core i5 or Core i7 CPU with a minimum configuration of 8GB RAM and 256GB PCIe SSD (up to 16GB and 1TB SSD) and Iris Plus graphics, an industry-leading (at least during this category) battery size of 72WHr and twice the amount of ports/slots compared to its nearest competitor, the XPS 13. Along with this it even packs a Gigabit Ethernet adaptor and supports Thunderbolt 3. Adding to its fingerprint reader is even integrated with the facility button.
The LG Gram 14 laptop – which can appeal to a business audience – owes tons of its properties to its magnesium alloy chassis. The lid flexes a touch but should be fine to use. What you might not like though is the glossy reflective full HD screen which works great for contrast but not exactly ideal in brightly lit environments around you.
And simply because its featherweight doesn’t mean that it’s a pushover. It adheres to the stringent MIL-STD-810G certification which should make it more resistant than most laptops on the market available.