Lenovo Yoga 6 | Portable and powerful laptop

Lenovo Yoga 6 is a great laptop for work. Lenovo is taking the “stylish” concept to another level by adding fabric to the chassis for a unique look and feel. This Lenovo Yoga 6 in BD is now available at our outlet. Check here for more information and details. You can also check the price from our website.

The Lenovo Yoga 6 AMD Ryzen 7 2021 should be the device of choice without any obvious objection to a unique fabric cover for most computer users. It actually works, but its visual appeal will probably divide users, especially since the fabric can make the laptop look like an old garment.

It is a very thin laptop and weighs only 1.32 kg. People will get very new work experience through this laptop. On this laptop, they will also get the latest AMD 4th Gen and Ryzen 7 processors for best performance.Lenovo Yoga 6 Portable and powerful laptop


Lenovo Yoga 6 (13-inch) specs

Laptop Class Convertible 2-in-1
Processor AMD Ryzen 7 5700U
Processor Speed 1.8 GHz
RAM (as Tested) 16 GB
Boot Drive Type SSD
Boot Drive Capacity (as Tested) 512 GB
Screen Size 13.3 inches
Native Display Resolution 1920 by 1080
Touch Screen Yes
Panel Technology IPS
Variable Refresh Support None
Screen Refresh Rate 60 Hz
Graphics Processor AMD Radeon Graphics
Wireless Networking 802.11ax (Wi-Fi 6), Bluetooth
Dimensions (HWD) 0.72 by 12.13 by 8.12 inches
Weight 2.91 lbs
Operating System Windows 11
Tested Battery Life (Hours: Minutes) 19:11

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Lenovo Yoga 6 (13-inch) price

The 13-inch Lenovo Yoga 6 (starts at $649.99; $949.99 as tested) looks unassuming, but it represents a strong overall package. The Lenovo Yoga 6 is a Windows 10 home laptop with a 13.30-inch display with a resolution of 1920×1080 pixels. It comes with 16GB RAM. Lenovo Yoga 6 Pack 1TB SSD storage.

Graphics Powered by Intel Integrated HD Graphics 4000. Connectivity options include Wi-Fi 802.11 Yes, Bluetooth and it comes with 4 USB ports, USB 3.2 Gen1 (Type A), USB 3.2 Gen2 (Type C), Headphones, and Mike Combo. Jack Port.Lenovo Yoga

  • 1USB-C 3.2 Gen 1 (DisplayPort™)
  • 2USB-A 3.2 Gen 1 (always on)
  • 3Power on/off button
  • 4USB-C 3.2 Gen 1 (power delivery)
  • 5USB-A 3.2 Gen 1
  • 6Headphone / mic combo

Our configuration of this convertible laptop is reasonably priced for a Ryzen 7 CPU with 16GB of memory, delivering good all-around performance, especially for less than $1,000. The build is thin and portable, battery life is exceptional, and port selection is difficult. The chassis has a little flex if you press and you can like or dislike different fabric lids. But the Plus 6 is undoubtedly a fast and portable convertible at a fantastic price.


There is no gain in this aspect of design, so let’s jump straight in: the cover of this laptop is fabric! It looks like denim, and looks a bit like it, though it’s more textured, especially since it’s tightly attached to the lid.

Lenovo yoga 6 calls that color Abyss Blue and Lenovo describes the material as stain-resistant. (I didn’t try to scatter anything in it.) The color is a bit different from the rest of the chassis, mainly due to the material differences, but the contrast works mostly.

In terms of screen, it’s a 13.3-inch FHD (1920 x 1080) IPS panel that, with touch and pen support, is not too spectacular at the moment in the hardware offer. The colors are stingy but the brightness leaves something desirable at 320 nits and automatically dimming when out can be frustrating. It comes with large FHD visuals with razor-thin borders that give you as much space on the screen as possible with a glossy color spectrum.

PerformanceLenovo Yoga Performance

Look around you, we are interesting. We are innovative and optimistic, and also impatient. Incredibly ambitious, and easily confused … and okay! Yoga 6 is made for all of us. Looking for a portable device that you can take anywhere, or endless entertainment, Yoga has you covered.

Lenovo Yoga 6 (13-inch) Keyboard

The bottom line is that the system is very portable, but there’s flex around the bottom of the keyboard and around the top of the touchpad when you press down. It turns out to be a thin build, but it shouldn’t be too much of a problem with normal use, as the bottom and lid feel stiff.

The U-shaped chocolate keys on the keyboard feel as comfortable as any other Lenovo computer. The key navigation is nice, and the press is click-and-centered, with no shaking of the edges of keys found on other devices such as Acer or Asus, and often leads to mistakenly brushed keystrokes for users with big fingers. Or slam that key.


The Lenovo Yoga 6 does all of the above and blends premia with a fancy design with a unique style that stands out from the sea of ​​the aluminum-clad casing.

In short, the Lenovo Yoga 6 is not a power device, it is not necessarily the cheapest, but the AMD model gives consumers a taste of both at a reasonable price.

Customers are mostly satisfied with a lively touchscreen, enough power to do well on average in most departments, and adequate hardware lighting from class, office, or coffee shop and home.