The LG Gram 14 is one of many laptops sitting on store shelves, waiting to be bought. However, aside from its weight, does it offer prospective buyers a dependable computer?

LG GRAM 14 REVIEW

Ultimately, the biggest differentiation the Gram 14 offers over other laptops is its lightweight build. Weighing a mere 2.1 pounds, you’ll be able to bring your Gram with you wherever you go without breaking your back. Moreover, it will be able to venture out with you without tiring out, as its battery can keep a charge for up to 14.5 hours.

The latest Gram comes decked out with an Intel Core i7 processor, which is a proficient component. Windows 10 Home, likewise, serves as the default operating system. The device also comes with a solid 8GB of RAM and a 512GB SSD. A USB Type-C, USB 3.0 and HDMI ports adorn the left side of the computer, while a headphone jack and microSD card reader rest on the right. Conveniently, the Type-C input can be used to charge the Gram. A 14-inch screen conveys a pleasant HD image, with a handy “Reader Mode” readily assessable to help potential eye fatigue.

Sadly, if you require a webcam, you might want to invest in a new one. There is a webcam built into the device, but it’s situated on the bottom of the screen so it isn’t in an intuitive spot. Moreover, its resolution is only 1280 by 720 pixels. In Gizmodo’s words, the picture quality is that of “a 10-year-old phone even in the best of conditions.”

The gray-colored LG Gram 14 is currently available.