LG's Gram laptops are distinguished by a single feature.

They're designed to be light, and the larger they are, the more distinct they are from the competition.

For instance, consider the new LG Gram 16 2-in-1. While most laptops in the 15-inch to 17-inch range focus on speed, with fast CPUs and discrete GPUs, the LG Gram 16 2-in-1 employs processors such as Intel's 12th-generation Core i7-1260P, which are designed for thin and light machines with smaller displays.

This makes it ideal for productivity users searching for a larger machine, rather than people who spend their days editing video.

In overall, it's a lightweight large-screen laptop with good work performance — but you should know what you're getting yourself into.

While LG puts the Gram 16 2-in-1 through military standards testing to ensure its durability, it just doesn't feel as sturdy as its main rival.

That isn't to say it isn't well-made, but if you're looking for a laptop that feels like it costs $1,500 or more, the Gram 16 2-in-1 will let you down.

The Gram 16 2-in-1 is also very conservatively designed from an aesthetic standpoint. It's a solid "Obsidian Black" colour throughout, with a barely visible logo on the lid.

It has a simple and streamlined appearance due to its basic angles.

In comparison, the Spectre x360 16 and MSI Summit E16 Flip have exquisite rose gold edges. ALSO READ : Kingdom Hearts4 announced at the Anniversary Event

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