Does LG gram 14 support Wi-Fi 6?
10th Gen Intel processors and Wi-Fi 6 support
If you're getting a laptop with a 10th Gen Intel processor then it should be supporting Wi-Fi 6 since it's enabled on the CPU itself. That's the case here with the LG gram 14, and indeed the rest of the 2020 LG gram lineup.
Wi-Fi 6 is important for many reasons. In the home environment, for example, you can expect a faster and more stable wireless connection on your laptop. Wi-Fi 6 is also much better at handling a lot of devices all connected to the same access point and supports the more secure WPA3 security protocol.
However, to use Wi-Fi 6, you need a router that also supports it.
A great router to get for Wi-Fi 6
If you need a new Wi-Fi 6 capable router our current top choice is the ASUS RT-AX88U, which as far as routers go, is a wild-looking product. It's also incredibly powerful, with a quad-core processor inside and 1GB of RAM, which is pretty impressive for a product like this.
It also doesn't go crazy with the external antenna, limiting it to four. It does come with out-of-the-box support for VPNs as well as for being implemented as part of a mesh network for even better whole-home coverage.
It's a little pricey, but as Wi-Fi 6 becomes more common, the price of routers will come down.
Light and fast
Slim, crazy light and oh so powerful
The gram 14 ticks just about every box for an early-2020 Ultrabook and is certainly one of the best about right now and well worth consideration.
Best Wi-Fi 6 router
A perfect way to fill your home with Wi-Fi 6
Whether on its own or part of a mesh network this is a powerful Wi-Fi 6 router designed to handle many devices and larger homes with ease.
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