Yoga 6

Lenovo Yoga 6 Review

The Lenovo Yoga 6 has a 13.3-inch screen that can be used for touch and pen inputs. Its brightness is 320 nits and it also has an articulating hinge with a 360-degree dual design. The keyboard deck and lid aren't movable. This is why it's not the best choice for heavy users. But, it's adequate for the majority of people. It's a great option for anyone looking for a laptop that can be used for general use or for travel.

Review of the Lenovo Yoga 6

The Lenovo Yoga 6 is a fantastic tablet that offers an excellent battery life. Our test sample ran for eight hours of moderate use. This was with moderate use including web browsing, MS Word, and an hour-long video call. The laptop's USB C port was used to charge the battery. This allowed us to use our normal phone charger. Battery life was excellent but the tablet does become hot if you're running the screen for a long period of time.

The keyboard is extremely lovely. Although it has large keys, the travel of these keys is not as long as you'd expect from the ultraportable slim design. The keyboard can be used for long-form typing but it's not the best option for those who require a slim laptop. The keys are well-spaced and have an easy feel. The keyboard is backlit and does not flex when you move it at high speeds. The fingerprint scanner is situated in your palm rest and works reliably 9 out of 10.

The lid of the Lenovo Yoga 6's is made out of steel, and the bottom is made of plastic. The plastic's quality is just as good as that of the metal lid and the chassis features very little or no flex. The hinge is very tight and allows the display to be held at almost any angle. The hinge, however, isn't the best. This is a standard feature for a touch-screen display.

Other features of the Yoga 6 include a 720p webcam and a USB port that delivers power. Both features are useful, and the Yoga 6 is equipped with the headphone jack. Additionally, there is an 3.5mm audio jack to connect accessories. The Lenovo Yoga 6 is an excellent ultraportable laptop. Its price is competitive for a midrange laptop. We hope that this review helps you decide which laptop is best for you. Make sure to go through the specifications and try the Lenovo Yoga 6 before you make an investment.

The Lenovo Yoga 6 has a 13.3-inch screen with a 16:9 aspect ratio. The screen's surrounds are thin for a laptop of this price range. However the lid is distracting from the poor design. The speakers on the Lenovo Yoga 6 are prominent and placed on either side of the keyboard. There's an Dolby Atmos sticker on the touchpad, but the speakers aren't great. Choose a premium model for sound that is high-quality.

Battery life

Lenovo's Yoga 6 has stellar battery life. The four-cell, 45-watt Lithium-ion polymer lasts for more than 19 hours - almost all the day. The screen is limited in color gamut coverage. The screen's lower brightness settings are more dark than the average. At the very minimum the screen will turn off. These are some tips to prolong the battery life. Using Lenovo's Digital Pen will help extend the life of your battery on your Yoga 6.

The Yoga 6's battery will last 7-8 hours with moderate usage. The laptop can be used for a couple of hours with moderate usage. This includes web browsing, reading MS Word and an hour-long video chat. The battery can be recharged using an USB-C port, or an external phone charger. The battery life will vary in accordance with how much you use it. The Lenovo Yoga 6 generally lasts for one day of moderate usage.


The Yoga 6 is not a powerhouse however its performance is good for the majority of tasks. Even though its CPU temperature can be as high as 89 degrees, it stays fairly cool. For less intensive workloads, the fan is more active than it should. This is an issue that is not major and the cooling of the laptop is adequate. To increase overall performance, Lenovo should improve its thermal management. We'll review the performance of the Yoga 6 in the following sections.

The Lenovo Yoga 6 features an AMD Ryzen 7 5700 processor and Windows 11 Home OS. AMD Technology speeds up the system's startup time and speeds up productivity. The screen of the Lenovo Yoga 6 is fast and the integrated AMD Radeon(tm) graphics remove lag while playing games or watching videos. The performance of the laptop's graphics is adequate for the purpose of watching TV and browsing the web although it's not equipped with the capacity to handle large workloads.

The 13.3-inch Full HD IPS-type touchscreen on the Lenovo Yoga 6 is a full HD IPS-type. It has the maximum brightness of 300 nits. The aspect ratio is 16:9, making it ideal for viewing videos and using productivity applications. The Yoga 6's battery life is remarkable and it's easy to see why Lenovo decided to make this laptop so popular. The laptop comes with an extra pen and Alexa. We are impressed by the price-to-performance ratio of this laptop despite its performance.

The Lenovo Yoga 6 is a highly lightweight and portable laptop that measures 13 inches. It's made of plastic and is surprisingly light in weight. At 2.9 pounds, it's not the lightest 13-inch laptop, but it's an extremely portable and stable machine. The flex on the keyboard and touchpad makes it easy to type. We'd suggest an 15-inch model for those looking for raw power.


The Lenovo Yoga 6 has a small 13.3-inch full-HD screen that features razor-thin bordering and high-resolution visuals. Its dual 360-degree hinges are extremely stable and give excellent response to touch. While its keyboard and display deck don't move, Lenovo's new hybrid notebook is a great audio device. Its battery life is also impressive and it promises up to 10 hours of battery life.

The base version of Lenovo Yoga 6 starts from $749 It has a 13.3-inch touchscreen display with 1080p and comes with an AMD Ryzen 5 5500U CPU 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD and an AMD Radeon GPU. The top-end model retails at $900. The Yoga 6's top-end model includes a battery with 3,000 mAh and a much more powerful GPU.

The main features of the Lenovo Yoga 6 include its CPU and memory. Its AMD Ryzen(tm) 4000 Series Mobile Processors can be used for handling mid-range projects without noticeable slowdown. The processor is limited by Lenovo Vantage software, but it can handle mid-range tasks and even run Discord. Whether you're a businessman or casual gamer, you'll feel comfortable using Lenovo Yoga 6. Lenovo Yoga 6.

The Lenovo Yoga 6 13-inch laptop is the most portable laptop on the market. It weighs just 2.9 pounds and measures 0.72 by 12.1 inches. While it's not the lightest 13 inch laptop, it is very comfortable and has good flex around the keyboard and touchpad. This tablet is the perfect one for you if your looking for an tablet. The Lenovo Yoga 6's capabilities will surprise you.