Best Chargers for Lenovo Yoga 720 | 920 | Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga | Thinkpad 13 | Carbon x1 5th Gen

Lenovo may or may not be a brand that you know of, that said, whether you just heard about them or already know about them, they’re definitely forward thinking when it comes to their laptops. Since this is Charger Harbor, in this case, we’re talking about their usage of USB-C with many of Lenovo’s laptops.

The benefit of using USB-C with laptops is that USB-C is basically becoming the new standard of charging and connectivity among many of the portable devices that we currently use today. Nearly all Android smartphones that are being released now, now use a USB-C port, gone are the days of using a Micro-USB port.

Then there’s the fast charging tech that’s used with USB-C, and that would be Power Delivery. Power Delivery is used with the USB-C standard and quite a few USB-C smartphones currently use Power Delivery charging and it doesn’t just stop there. That’s because the iPhone X and the iPhone 8 are also Power Delivery compatible and even though they use a Lightning port, you can still use a USB-C Power Delivery charger to charge them at their max charging speed when you use a USB-C to Lightning charging cable.

So going back to many Lenovo laptops being USB-C Power Delivery compatible, it means that you’re able to charge a smartphone and a laptop with the same type of charger. So we’ve made a guide for the best Lenovo laptop chargers so that you’re able to charge your laptop and perhaps another Power Delivery compatible device in the most efficient way possible.

Nekteck 65W USB-C Power Delivery Wall Charger

The first type of charging electronics that we’re going to recommend are wall chargers and charging stations. These types of chargers are ones that you’re likely most familiar.

Starting out with this guide, we’re first going to recommend this Nekteck single port 65W USB-C Power Delivery wall charger. A 65W charging speed is a max charging speed for most Lenovo USB-C PD compatible laptops and so this charger is able to supply that much power. There are very few third-party wall chargers that are able to provide that much power. Even with so much power, there is a negative side to getting this charger.

The downside of this Nekteck charger is that it only uses a single USB-C port, so you can only charge a single device at a time. However, since this is a wall charger you’re able to get a small form factor of a length of 3 inches, a width of 2.8 inches and a thickness of 1.2 inches.

Read Review for Nekteck 65W USB-C Power Delivery Wall Charger

Specs of the Nekteck 65W USB-C Power Delivery Wall Charger:

  • Output:

USB-C Port: 5V/3.0A | 9V/3.0A | 12V/3.0A | 15V/3.0A | 20V/3.25A (65W)

  • Input: 100V-240V/AC
  • LED Power Indicator: None
  • Size: 3 x 2.8 x 1.2 inches
  • Weight: 12.3 Ounces

DBPower 60W USB-C Power Delivery Wall Charger

There are two other single port USB-C Power Delivery wall chargers that are on the market that are best to use with Power Delivery compatible Lenovo laptops. Another one would be this DBPower 60W wall charger. So it has 5W less than the previous charger but it’s another option for charging your laptops near its max charging speed. it also has a small form factor that makes it easier to take with you anywhere while you’re traveling.

Read Review DBPower 60W USB-C Power Delivery Wall Charger

Specs of the DBPOWER 60W USB-C Power Delivery Wall Charger:

  • Output:

USB-C Port: 5V/3A | 9V/3A | 12V/3A | 15V/3A | 18V/3A | 20V 3A (60W)

  • Input: 100V-240V/AC
  • LED Power Indicator: None
  • Size: 2.7 x 2.7 x 1.1 inches
  • Weight: 8.8 Ounces

Anker 1-Port 60W USB-C Power Delivery Wall Charger

Coming one of the top brands on the market for charging electronics, this is Anker’s single port 60W USB-C Power Delivery wall charger. For a long time, Anker has had their single port 30W Power Delivery wall charger on the market. Thankfully, they have released their 60W Power Delivery wall charger and coming from a brand like Anker, it means a lot. As you get a very good build quality and a form factor that’s able to go with you anywhere.

Specs of the Anker 60W Power Delivery Wall Charger:

  • Output:

USB-C Port: 5V/3A | 9V/3A | 12V/3A | 15V/3A | 18V/3A | 20V 3A (60W)

  • Input: 100V-240V/AC
  • LED Power Indicator: Single Blue Indicator
  • Size: 2.5 x 2.5 x 1.1 inches
  • Weight: 5.1 Ounces

Nekteck 4-Port 60W USB-C Power Delivery Desktop Charging Station

The other two wall chargers aren’t exactly wall chargers they’re actually desktop charging stations, which are basically the same thing, but these chargers have more charging ports.

This Nekteck desktop charging station has four charging ports, with one being the USB-C port and the other three are USB-A ports. The USB-C Power Delivery port has a 60W charging speed that can charge your Lenovo laptops near its max charging speed. While the other three USB-A ports share a 12W output.

The max output of this charger is 72W, so you can use the max power of the USB-C Power Delivery port at the same time that you’re using the USB-A ports.

Read Review for Nekteck 60W USB-C Power Delivery Charging Station

Specs of the NecTeck 4-Port 60W USB-C Power Delivery Wall Charger:

  • Output:

USB-C Power Delivery: 5V/9V/12V/15V/20V-3A (60W)

Each USB-A Port: 5V/2.4A

Max Output: 72W

  • Input: 100V-240V/AC
  • LED Power Indicator: None
  • Size: 3.6 x 2.7 x 1 inches
  • Weight: 15 Ounces

Satechi 75W USB-C Power Delivery Charging Station with Quick Charge

Another desktop charging station is the Satechi charger, but what makes this charger better than some others is that this charger makes use of a few charging technologies. There are three USB-A ports, with one using Quick Charge, and the other two have a 5V/2.4A standard charging speed. The USB-C Power Delivery on this charger has a 60W charging speed.

So this charger does have it all with its use of two fast charging technologies and powerful standard ports too.

Read Review for Satechi 75W USB-C Power Delivery Desktop Charger

Specs of the Satechi 75W USB-C Power Delivery Charging Station:

Quick Charge Output Capacity: 5,900mAh

  • Output:

USB-C Power Delivery Port: 5V – 20V/3.0A (60W)

Quick Charge USB Port: 3.6-6V/3.0 | 6-9V/2.0A | 9-12V/1.5A

Standard Port: 5V/2.4A

  • Input:

Micro-USB or USB input Port: 100-240V AC input

  • LED Power Indicator: Single Blue LED Light
  • Size: 4 x 2.6 x 1 inches
  • Weight: 13.1 Ounces

iMuto 20,100 45W USB-C Power Delivery Portable Charger

Then there are Power Delivery portable chargers and this is a major benefit of USB-C Power Delivery as the tech can be added to power banks. Therefore you can charge your laptop while you’re on the move, whereas in the past, with DC connection type of laptops you would require a large power station or just settle for your brick power adapter.

The first Power Delivery portable charger that we’re recommending is iMuto’s 20,100mAh power bank. This charger has enough power capacity to charge your Lenovo laptop to its full power about 1.5 times, that is if you’re solely charging a laptop, as there are two charging ports on this power bank.

There’s a USB-A port that uses Quick Charge 3.0 and the other output port on this charger is a USB-C port with a 45W charging speed. It’s a slower charging speed than what the wall chargers were capable of, but 45W is still enough to charge a Power Delivery compatible Lenovo laptop.

To recharge this power bank, there are two options. You can either choose to recharge the power bank through the Micro-USB input but it only has a recharge rate of 5V/2.1A. Or you can use the USB-C Power Delivery port to recharge the power bank and it can be used to recharge the power bank at Power Delivery speeds with a Power Delivery wall charger.

However, this charger does not come with a Power Delivery wall charger.

Read Review for iMuto 20,100mAh Power Delivery Portable Charger with Quick Charge

Specs of the iMuto 20,100mAh 45W USB-C Power Delivery Portable Charger:

  • Capacity:

Initial Capacity:  20,100mAh

Output Capacity: 15,000mAh

  • Output:

USB-C Power Delivery: 5V-20V/2.25A (45W)

USB-A Quick Charge Port: 5V/3A | 9V/2A

  • Input:

USB-C Power Delivery Input: 5V-20V/2.25A (45W)

Micro-USB Input: 5V/2.1A

  • LED Power Indicator: 4 Blue LED Power Capacity Indicators
  • Size: 6.3 x 3 x 0.8 inches
  • Weight: 13 Ounces

Jackery SuperCharge 26,800mAh 45W USB-C Power Delivery Portable Charger

This Jackery SuperCharge power bank is definitely a step up from the charger iMuto power bank that we mentioned, that’s because it has a higher power capacity of 26,800mAh. So you’re able to charge your Lenovo laptop to its max power 2 times.

This charger has two charging ports, with one being a 45W USB-C Power Delivery port and the other port is a USB-A port that uses Quick Charge to charge Quick Charge compatible devices at their max charging speed. To recharge this power bank you have to use the USB-C Power Delivery port and the awesome thing about getting this power bank is that it comes with a single port Power Delivery wall charger. As a result, you’re able to recharge the power bank at its max charging speed right out of the box.

Read Review for Jackery Titan X 20800mAh Power Delivery Power Bank

Specs of the Jackery Titan X 20,800mAh 45W Power Delivery Portable Charger:

  • Capacity:

Initial Capacity: 20,800mAh

Output Capacity: 15,400mAh

  • Output:

Quick Charge USB-A Port: 5V–6.5V/3A | 6.5V–9V 2A | 9V–12V/1.5A

USB-C PD Output: 45W

  • Input: 45W
  • LED Power Indicator: Yes
  • Size: 8.2 x 4.4 x 2.5 inches
  • Weight: 1.2 Pounds

ZMI 20,000mAh USB-C Power Delivery Portable Charger USB HUB

One other Power Delivery portable charger on the market that’s best to use with a USB-C Power Delivery compatible laptop is this ZMI power bank. The charger has the usual specs, with a 20,000mAh power capacity and a USB-C Power Delivery port with a 45W charging speed. There are also two USB-A ports that are capable of Quick Charge if you’re just charging a single smartphone with only one of them.

You can also recharge the power bank at Power Delivery speeds using the USB-C port and recharge it at Power Delivery speeds, too. That said, the charger does not come with a Power Delivery wall charger.

So this power bank might sound like your usual Power Delivery portable charger, but this charger also acts as a USB HUB. Once you connect your laptop to the USB port, you’re able plugin a USB Flash Drive, Mouse or a keyboard into both of the USB-A ports and use them with your laptop.

Read Review for ZMI 20,000mAh USB-C Power Delivery Portable Charger and USB HUB

Specs of the ZMI 20,000mAh USB-C Power Delivery Portable Charger and USB HUB:

  • Capacity:

Initial Capacity: 20,000mAh

Output Capacity: 14,800mAh

  • Output:

USB-C: 5-20V MAX 45W (15/3A) or 40W (20V/2A);

USB-A Quick Charge: 5V/2.4A 9V/2A 12V/1.5A

USB-A Standard: 5V/2.4A (18W Max)

Max Output: 45W

  • Input:

USB-C: 5-20V MAX 45W

  • LED Power Indicator: 4 White LED Power Capacity Indicators
  • Size: 6.3 x 3.2 x 0.8 inches
  • Weight: 14.2 Ounces

RAVPower 45W USB-C Power Delivery Car Charger

There aren’t many USB-C Power Delivery car chargers at the moment and there are even less 45W Power Delivery car chargers, but they still exist. Such as this RAVPower 45W USB-C Power Delivery car charger. This car charger actually makes use of a USB-C port and a USB-A port with a 5V/2.4A charging speed.

Perhaps the most surprising thing about this PD car charger is that you can use the max power of both ports at the same time, as the max output of this charger is 57W. Also, having your laptop charge while you’re driving is a pretty awesome thing to do.

Read Review for RAVPower 45W USB-C Power Delivery Car Charger

Specs of the RAVPower 45W USB-C Power Delivery Car Charger:

  • Output:

USB-C Power Delivery Port: 45W

USB-A Port: 5V/2.4A (12W)

Max Output: 57W

  • Input: 100V-240V/AC
  • LED Power Indicator: Small White LED Light
  • Size: 1.8 x 1.2 x 2.7 inches
  • Weight: 1.2 Ounces

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