LG's updated lineup of Gram laptops is now available

LG Gram 2020 on desk
LG Gram 2020 on desk (Image credit: LG)

What you need to know

  • LG's refreshed lineup of Gram laptops is now available.
  • The latest Gram laptops are powered by new Intel 10th Gen processors.
  • The LG Gram 17 (opens in new tab)($1,850), LG Gram 15 (opens in new tab)($1,600), and LG Gram 14 (opens in new tab)($1,600) are available through Amazon now.

LG's latest lineup of refreshed LG Gram laptops is now available through Amazon. LG first announced the refreshed Gram lineup at CES 2020. The LG Gram 17 (opens in new tab)($1,850), LG Gram 15 (opens in new tab)($1,600), and LG Gram 14 (opens in new tab)($1,600) are available now through Amazon. The LG Gram 14 2-in-1 that was announced alongside the the other Gram laptops doesn't appear to be available yet.

LG updated the internals of the Gram lineup, including support for Wi-Fi 6 and Thunderbolt 3. They also all run new Intel 10th Gen chips. According to LG, the lineup has "double the graphics processing power of last year's models."

Keeping with the Gram, the entire lineup of laptops is thin and light. The LG Gram 17 weighs 1,350 grams, and the Gram 14 weighs 999 grams. The specs below are off the Amazon listings currently available. Other configurations could become available in the future.

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Header Cell - Column 0 LG Gram 17LG Gram 15LG Gram 14
Display resolution2560x1600
LCD
1920x1080
LCD
1920x1080
LCD
ProcessorIntel 10th Gen Core i7-1065G7Intel 10th Gen Core i7-1065G7Up to Intel 10th Gen Core i7-1065G7
GraphicsIntel Iris PlusIntel Iris PlusIntel Iris Plus
Memory16GB16GB16GB
Storage1TB M.2 NMVe SSD1TB M.2 NMVe SSD512GB M.2 NMVe SSD
Aspect ratio16:1016:916:9
Battery80Wh80Wh72Wh
WirelessWi-Fi 6Wi-Fi 6Wi-Fi 6

The LG gram 17 and LG gram 15 have 80Wh batteries, and the LG Gram 14 has a 72Wh battery. LG claims the gram 17 can get up to 17 hours of battery life and that the gram 15 and gram 14 can get up to 18.5 hours of battery life.

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2 Comments
  • if you are planning to do a review of the 17", please have someone who develops with visual studio put it through the wringer... I love the last model but the throttling makes it slow to build and deploy projects, and I'm wondering if this has been alleviated with the new cpu and supposed cooling, thanks!
  • Any versions with WWAN?