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Where's the best place to buy Lenovo laptop chargers?

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon.
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon. (Image credit: Windows Central)

Where's the best place to buy Lenovo laptop chargers?

Best answer: The best place to buy laptop chargers for Lenovo products is from Lenovo itself, as the prices are just as good as anywhere else, and you can also work with Lenovo to make sure you get a charger that's right for your device.Awesome charger: Lenovo USB-C 65W AC Power Adapter (opens in new tab) ($53 at Lenovo)

Why is Lenovo the best choice?

Lenovo's own storefront is the best place to buy Lenovo laptop chargers from because you can work closely with Lenovo customer support to make sure you get a charger that's right for your specific device. Laptops have different voltage requirements, battery sizes, and charging port shapes, so it's essential to get the right charger.

In addition to this, the price on Lenovo's website isn't different than other retailers, so you're not losing out on savings.

What's a good charger to get?

The Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga.

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If we had to recommend one charger that everyone should consider, it would be Lenovo's USB-C 65W AC Power Adapter. It uses a USB-C connection to charge, which has become a common standard in recent years, and thus, it should work with most modern Lenovo laptops. On top of that, it's capable of delivering up to 65W of reliable charging, which is excellent. It's also not too large, either, which makes it a valuable pick if you travel a lot. Overall, it delivers on everything you could want in a modern general-purpose laptop charger.

However, don't get this charger without making sure that it will work on your current Lenovo device beforehand. You don't want to end up wasting money!

Brendan Lowry is a Windows Central writer and Oakland University graduate with a burning passion for video games, of which he's been an avid fan since childhood. You'll find him doing reviews, editorials, and general coverage on everything Xbox and PC. Follow him on Twitter.