Best Chargers for Lenovo Yoga 6 in 2024

(Last Updated On: December 16, 2023)

If you’re looking for an affordable but decent laptop, I recommend Lenovo. Lenovo has been known for creating some mundane but well-performing products, which is no different from the Lenovo Yoga 6. One of the most notable parts of the Yoga 6 is its battery life, with claims of 15+ hours of runtime, but according to some reviews for this laptop, that may not be true, and the battery can run down much faster than expected.

In the box with the Yoga 6, you get a 45W charger, which is reliable. Still, if you’ve lost your original charger and want one with more ports and charging power, I will cover a few chargers that would work well with the Lenovo Yoga 6, allowing you to charge it faster in places you wouldn’t expect.

VOLTME 140W Power Delivery 3.1 Wall Charger


This VOLTME wall charger is probably the most impressive charger I’ve reviewed because of its 140W max output. The first thing to know about this VOLTME charger is that even though it has a high output, it is tiny because it uses GaN III and a built-in AC adapter.

The port selection on this charger is decent, with two USB-C ports and a single USB-A port. You can use the full 140W of Power Delivery if you’re charging a single device from USB-C 1; that said, few devices can charge at the full 140W, but if you need it, it’s there.

Regarding charging from both USB-C ports simultaneously, each can output 65W; This will let you fast charge the Lenovo Yoga 6 and another laptop simultaneously. Even charging four devices simultaneously yields 65W from USB-C 1, 45W from USB-C 2, and 22.5W from the USB-A port. So you can still fast charge the Yoga 6, another laptop, and a phone from the USB-A port simultaneously.

Compared to the original charger, this VOLTME 140W charger has it beat by a long shot; of course, with all this power, this charger can be expensive to most, so check if it fits your budget. Read my review article or watch my video review of the VOLTME 140W Power Delivery 3.1 Wall Charger.

UGREEN 100W UGREEN 4 Port Desktop Chager

A desktop charger can be a lot more convenient than a wall charger because these chargers use a power cord, so you can place the charger closer to where you want it. This UGREEN desktop charger has a 100W max output, three USB-C ports, and a single USB-A port.

You can use 100W of Power Delivery if you charge a single USB-C 1 or 2 device. USB-C 3 and the USB-A port have a max output of 22.5W. So charging power from this UGREEN desktop charger works very well for charging the Lenovo Yoga 6, whether charging it alone from USB-C 1 or USB-C 2 or with another three devices.

The USB-C 1 port can still output 45W with four devices charging simultaneously. Yes, 45W is what the original charger that came with your Yoga 6 can output; you can still have many other devices charging. Explore the UGREEN 100W 4 Port Desktop Charger in my detailed review article or video review.

Baseus 100W 1 Port Power Delivery Wall Charger

If you don’t want to deal with any other ports and changes in charging power output when you charge multiple devices, then this Baseus 100W wall charger is a good choice. This Baseus charger only has a 100W USB-C Power Delivery port, so you’ll always know that your Yoga 6 is charging at maximum speed. Also, this charger comes with a USB-C to USB-C cable to start using the charger right out of the box. Discover the Baseus 100W 1 Port Power Delivery Wall Charger in my comprehensive review article.

Hyphen-X 100W Power Delivery Wall Charger

Another 100W Power Delivery wall charger I recommend is this Hyphen-X 4 port charger. This charger has two USB-C ports and two USB-A ports. If you’re charging from either USB-C port alone, each can output 100W. Charging from both USB-C ports gives a 65W and 30W split, so I recommend always charging from USB-C 1 to get the most charging power for your Yoga 6.

Charging from all four ports simultaneously will result in a 45W Power Delivery output from USB-C 1, USB-C 2 will output 30W, and the two USB-A ports will output 7.5W. Check out my in-depth Hyphen-X 100W Power Delivery Wall Charger analysis in my review article.

Baseus Blade 20,000mAh 100W PD Power Bank

This Baseus Blade power bank is one of the best USB-C laptop power banks on the market. This power bank has two USB-C ports that can output 100W of Power Delivery, and this lets you fast charge your Yoga 6 laptop wherever you are. Two USB-A Quick Charge ports on this power bank can output 30W; however, in my review, they can only output 30W if you’re not charging from the USB-C ports.

With this Baseus power bank’s 20,000mAh, you can recharge the Lenovo Yoga 6 to full power at least once and have some spare capacity to use later. Recharging the Blade power bank is nearly as fast as the output charging because it has a 65W Power Delivery. However, a 65W wall charger is not included in the box.

Something that is not related to charging but is still very cool is that this power bank has a screen that shows the capacity, voltage, amperage, and estimated runtime. Most power banks show the capacity you have left with a screen or a couple of dots, so the screen on this power bank is more reliable. Learn more about the Baseus Blade 20,000mAh 100W PD Power Bank by reading my review or watching my video.

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