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Usb-c PD

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Hello all,

I would like to know if the HP 15-ef1020ca FHD laptop supports PD through its USB-C port for charging the battery. 

If so, how many watts are required (45?) and can I use a PD power bank to charge it as well when needed? 

Thank you in advance. 

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No according to official specs and the service manual, the USB-C port is data transfer only. Its not impossible the specs are wrong, but the odds are against its being able to be charged by USB-C. 

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No according to official specs and the service manual, the USB-C port is data transfer only. Its not impossible the specs are wrong, but the odds are against its being able to be charged by USB-C. 

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Thanks for the help!

Much appreciated. 

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