Lenovo Yoga 6 13ALC6 – Notebookcheck.com External reviews

Equipment / data sheet


AMD Ryzen 7 5700U 8 x 1.8 – 4.3 GHz, 22.5 W PL2 / Short Burst, 27 W PL1 / Sustained, Lucienne U (Zen 2)

primary memory

16384 MB, 1600 MHz, 22-22-22-52, dual channel, soldered


13.30 inches 16: 9, 1920 x 1080 pixels 166 PPI, 10-point capacitive, built-in pen input support, AU Optronics B133HAN05.F, IPS, AUO5F2D, glossy: yes, 60 Hz


AMD Promontory / Bixby FCH

mass storage


sound card

AMD Raven / Renoir / Van Gogh / Cezanne / Rembrandt / Raphael – HD audio controllers


4 USB 3.0 / 3.1 Gen1, USB-C Power Delivery (PD), 2 DisplayPort, audio connections: 3.5 mm combo, 1 fingerprint reader, sensors: accelerometer


RealTek Semiconductor RTL8852AE (a / b / g / n = Wi-Fi 4 / ac = Wi-Fi 5 / ax = Wi-Fi 6), Bluetooth 5.0


Height x width x depth (in mm): 18.2 x 308 x 206.4

operating system

Microsoft Windows 10 Home 64-bit


Webcam: 720p
Primary camera: 0.9 MPix


Speakers: Stereo, Keyboard: Chiclet, Keyboard light: yes, Lenovo Vantage, Hotkeys, Pen settings, SmartNote, Radeon software, 12 month warranty


1,322 kg, AC adapter: 272 g

price comparison

Assessment: 81.67% – Well
average of
3 Reviews (from
5 test)

Price: -%, performance: 77%, features: 60%, screen: 81% mobility: 80%, cabinet: 77%, ergonomics: 83%, emissions: 90%

Lenovo Yoga 6 13ALC6 reviews

80% Lenovo Yoga 6 review
Source: Laptop Mag English EN → DE
Lenovo Yoga 6 is a wonderful laptop that not only looks good but works well thanks to its AMD Ryzen 7 CPU, click keyboard and long battery life. But if you do not like dark screens and can not stand when laptops get hot, you may want something else. Try looking at the HP Pavilion Aero 13, which is one of the lightest laptops offering a super bright screen. But overall, you will not find a laptop that looks as cool as the Yoga 6, and this one can even be flipped.
Individual test, available online, medium, date: 18/12/2021
Assessment: Total: 80%
80% Lenovo Yoga 6 (13-inch)
Source: PC Mag English EN → DE
The 13-inch Yoga 6 grew on us from our first impressions and proved to be a solid all-around convertible. The price is very fair for the components and the build quality does not leave much room for complaint. The base model would also be a great deal if you are okay with a slightly lower amount of power. The screen and webcam do not differ from each other, but hitting the average in some areas is fine for this price point. If you’re looking for an effortless ultraportable, under $ 1,000, and you like the fabric cover, you can do much worse than Yoga 6.
Individual test, available online, medium, date: 12/08/2021
Assessment: Total: 80%
Lenovo Yoga 6 review: A stylish convertible with AMD Ryzen 5000 processors
Source: XDA Developers English EN → DE
Lenovo Yoga 6 is a laptop I like in almost every way. The fabric-covered design is definitely one of my favorite aspects of it as it makes this a truly unique device compared to almost everything else. You also get strong performance thanks to AMD’s Ryzen 5000 series processors, and the versatility of a convertible form factor like this is also a big plus. Lenovo Yoga 6 competes very closely with the HP Pavilion Aero, both in terms of price and specifications. We found the HP Pavilion Aero to be one of the very best laptops you can get at this price, but the Yoga 6 has some notable advantages. To begin with, it’s a convertible, and for me that would be reason enough to choose it over the Pavilion Aero. The fabric-covered design is also very welcome, but it is ultimately up to you whether you like that look. In the long run, it will not affect the usability so much. On the other hand, it is worse on a few technical levels. The screen is not as bright and can be difficult to see outdoors, plus HP uses a higher screen which is great if you want the job done.
Individual test, available online, very long, date: 23.11.2021
Lenovo Yoga 6 review: AMD helps bring performance and price to the masses
Source: At MSFT English EN → DE
Since getting Yoga 6 for review, the number of satisfied customers on the Best Buy review page has only increased. It seems that Yoga 6 offers a lot for its price point and sits comfortably on the new mid-range point for PCs. While many of the readers here crave the devices at $ 1,000 and above for their power, brand affiliation and hard to get specifications, there is a much larger market that lies just below. Customers are mostly satisfied with a vibrant touch screen, enough power to perform on average well in most categories and a piece of hardware that is light enough to carry from class, the office or the coffee shop and home again. Lenovo Yoga 6 does all of the above and with a unique style, it mixes the premium with a new design that stands out against the sea of ​​aluminum-clad cabinets. In short, Lenovo Yoga 6 is not a power device, it is not necessarily the cheapest, but the AMD model offers customers a taste of both at a reasonable price.
Individual test, available online, medium, date: 11/03/2021
Review Lenovo Yoga 6, Laptop 2in1 with Powerhouse
Source: Pemmzchannel ID → DE
Pros: Impressive design; solid craftsmanship; high mobility; powerful hardware; High performance; compact size; great speakers.
Individual test, available online, map, date: 2022-02-04


AMD Vega 8 R4000: Integrated graphics card in the Ryzen APUs based on the Vega architecture with 8 CUs (= 512 shaders) and a clock frequency of up to 1,750 MHz.

This class is still quite capable of showing the latest games evenly, just not with all the details and in high resolution. Particularly demanding games run only in minimal levels of detail, which means that the graphic quality often suffers significantly. This class is only recommended for casual gamers. The power consumption of modern graphics cards in this class is lower and also provides better battery life.

»There is more information in our comparison of portable graphics cards and the benchmark list.

R7 5700U: Mobile APU with eight Zen 2-based cores clocked at 1.8 to 4.3 GHz. Integrates a Vega graphics card with 8 CUs and a maximum of 1900 MHz. Compared to the top model, the R7 5800U, the processor is still based on the old Zen 2 and not the Zen 3 and offers only half the L3 cache and clock speeds that are 100 MHz lower. ” For more information, see our Processor Comparison Comparison of Mobile Processors and the Processor Benchmark List.

13.30 “:

This screen size is mainly used for larger subnotebooks, ultrabooks and convertibles. This screen size offers the largest selection of modern sub-notebooks.

Large screen sizes allow for higher resolutions and / or better recognition of details (eg larger font). Smaller screen diagonals, on the other hand, use less energy, are often cheaper and allow for more handy, lighter devices.

»Check our DPI list to see which monitors have which resolution.

1,322 kg:

Oversized tablets, subnotebooks, ultrabooks and cabriolets with a 10-13 inch screen diagonal are usually found in this weight class.


Lenovo (“Le” from English legend, novo (Latin) for new) was founded in 1984 as a Chinese computer trading company. From 2004, the company was the largest laptop manufacturer in China and the fourth largest in the world after acquiring IBM’s PC division in 2005. In addition to desktops and notebooks, the company manufactures monitors, projectors, servers, etc.

In 2011, the majority of Medion AG, a European computer hardware manufacturer, was acquired. Motorola Mobility was acquired in 2014, giving Lenovo a boost in the smartphone market.

From 2014 to 2016, Lenovo’s market share in the global notebook market was 20-21%, and was number 2 after HP. However, the distance was gradually narrowed. In the smartphone market, Lenovo was not among the 5 largest global manufacturers in 2016.

81.67%: This rating should actually be seen as average because there are about as many notebooks with better ratings as there are worse ones. However, the verbal assessments often sound better than they really are, because notebooks are rarely bad. Although this range officially corresponds to “satisfactory”, “moderate average” often fits better.

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