Does LG gram 14 support Wi-Fi 6?

Lg Gram 14 2020
Lg Gram 14 2020 (Image credit: LG)

Does LG gram 14 support Wi-Fi 6?

Best answer: The LG gram 14 does support Wi-Fi 6 though you'll also need a compatible wireless router to make sure you're taking full advantage.Speedy Wi-Fi: LG gram 14 ($1.600 at Amazon)Best Wi-Fi 6 router: ASUS RT-AX88U ($285 at Amazon)

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

Asus Rt-Ax88u

Source: ASUS (Image credit: Source: ASUS)

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.

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