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saarb737
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can i charge my envy (ENVY 13-ah0002nj) with type c?

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i saw that hp sales type c chargers, so i wonder.. my envy has a type c with a lighting sign near it.. i guess its onlt as an OUTPUT rather then INPUT so the answer must be no, but i still wanna be sure, can i charge my envy vie type c? and if so, which exact one? (from the original chargers)?

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@saarb737 

 

It specs

 

   https://support.hp.com/au-en/document/c06090138

 

It has   1 USB 3.1 Type-C™ Gen 1 (Data Transfer up to 5 Gb/s, Power Delivery, DisplayPort™ 1.2, HP Sleep and Charge) port. Yes, this port supports charge thru USB-C.  They following product could be the right one

 

     https://www.coywood.co.uk/hp-envy-13-ah0000-usb-c-charger-69691-p.asp

 

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i meant if i can charge the laptop using that port, not a phone or so, +if i can do it, why it has a dedicated charging port on the other side?

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@saarb737 

 

Did you read my reply ? That charger is for computer, not phones.

 

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If so, why does the computer has a dedicated  hp charger port on the other side?

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@saarb737 

 

It is the USB-C port on the left hand side, next to the microSD card reader.

 

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But on the right side there is a dedicated charger port. A unique hp port. So why put a c type charging port as well?

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@saarb737 wrote:

But on the right side there is a dedicated charger port. A unique hp port. So why put a c type charging port as well?


@saarb737 

 

You have 2 questions

 

1. Can you use USB-C to charge your machine, my answer is yes and you can use charger from the link.

2. Can you use USB-C and USB-A to transfer files/data, my answer is yes, you can use both of them.

 

I know your machine has normal (round) charging port on the right. You have to make your decision: do you prefer to charge your machine using USB-C OR normal round port.  If you preferred to use the round port, why did you ask for an USB-C charger ???

 

Hope this makes sense.

 

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Of course i prefer to use the type c. But why hp made 2 ports then? Isnt it weird and making questions? 

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@saarb737 wrote:

Of course i prefer to use the type c. But why hp made 2 ports then? Isnt it weird and making questions? 


@saarb737 

 

Why you house has power source everywhere ? The USB-C port can be  used for many tasks including for charging the machine. It is up to you because you asked and I answered.

 

>>> Isnt it weird and making questions? 

I did not say that. I only ask you why. If I was you, I would NOT spend money to buy another charger and use USB-C port for other things.

 

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