The LG Gram 16 is a laptop with a clearly intended market. It's incredibly light, it has great battery life, and it supplies solid mainstream features, a good keyboard, and a reasonable display. It's powerful enough to handle everyday workloads.
The LG Gram 16 (2022) is a wonderful laptop, featuring a lovely 16-inch panel as well as an ultra-portable design that’s easy to stow away in a bag. There have been a couple of compromises to achieve this feat, such as a throttled performance and a questionable build quality, but such flaws are easy to overlook when you can carry this large laptop to work without breaking your back.
The LG Gram 16 (2022) is remarkably light, making it extremely portable for a 16-inch laptop. Its MIL-STD 810G certification also helps in this respect. The screen lacks a little brightness but is otherwise very good, and LG's camera-based security features are welcome.
The LG Gram 16 is a stunningly thin and lightweight laptop that’s a joy to carry in a rucksack. It doesn’t compromise on durability, display quality or battery life – though you’ll certainly find more powerful laptops on the market at a similar price if performance is what you’re after.
The LG Gram 16 has several perks, including an excellent keyboard and large, attractive display, but weight is what sets the laptop apart. It’s uniquely light for a 16-inch laptop which, in turn, makes it uniquely suited for travel whether you’re driving across town for a meeting or flying across the globe.
If weight, or rather the lack of it, is your premier concern, then no laptop on the market can deliver as much screen and performance for the same number of grams.
The LG Gram 16 (2022) has evolved to become a formidable rival to well established rivals like the Apple MacBook Air and the Dell XPS 13. It surpasses both in terms of portability while delivering extra visual real estate, something that will appeal to creatives, number crunchers and other professionals.
The Gram 16 is essentially the same size as a slim 15inch laptop, but with slightly more screen space and more vertical pixels, but with Intel's Evo platform galvanising the thin, light and powerful laptop market, there's now some stiff competition that weighs the same and has similar features, so it's maybe less unique.