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HP Pavilion Gaming Laptop - 15-dk1000ni
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Hi Guys -

 

My laptop (15-dk1000ni) has a USB C port with a power (lightning/thunderbolt) icon above it. This port 100% charges devices which are plugged in, BUT can I charge my laptop via it? In other words, can my laptop be charged via the USB C port? 

I cannot find any info on this on the web, however from everything I read all laptops with USB C power delivery can accept charge input. I am a bit confused as none of the USB C chargers I have tried works. 

 

If this laptop does support USB charging, what charger should I be using? 

Thanks in advance! 
Adolf

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@JAKleinhans wrote:

... In other words, can my laptop be charged via the USB C port?


@JAKleinhans 

 

The specs of your machine is:

 

           https://support.hp.com/za-en/document/c06693020

 

Yes, you can charge your machine using a USB-C charger with wattage rating 150W or more.

 

Regards.

BH
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Thank you Banhien! 

Just to confirm, I have ordered a HP E27u G4 monitor. This supports USB-C power delivery up to 65w. Will my laptop charge on 65w? If yes, do I need a special cable or will any smartphone fast charging USB-C cable work? 

Thanks,

Adolf 

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