What you’ll need to know about charging via USB-C

What you'll need to know about charging via USB-C
USB-C has been around for a while now but it’s the latest connection available for smartphones and computers. It has however evolved to the extent that you can now charge some certain laptops through it.

There are now many mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets that can be charged via USB-C. This works well, because past USB connections had enough wattage to power smaller batteries. But previous versions of USB could only handle a limited amount of power. That is why laptop chargers have been largely bulkier than smartphone cables.
All this changed with USB-C. this connection provides enough power to charge most laptops. Eventually, the majority of laptops are going to use the USB-C connection. But then, how do you know if your laptop has a USB-C port that also works with charging? Here’s how you can tell: a Type-C connector is small and rounded, which is very different from the old USB versions. Also, you can flip it around in any direction to plug it in.
Furthermore, USB-C is a universal charging standard, which means that it does not matter what Type-C charger you use, it should always be able to power your laptop. Today, however, the major of USB-C laptop chargers are interchangeable. However, it is not guaranteed.
Some laptops come with Type-C ports that do not charge. This is most common with laptops that come with their own chargers. However, there are certain laptops that can charge over USB-C, even if they have their own chargers. The Samsung Notebook 9 is an example of such a laptop.
Now, one factor that can determine whether your laptop can charge over a USB-C port is the power setting. You might want to make sure your laptop is set to receive power when you plug in your charger. Some laptops can switch the Type-C’s output settings, choosing whether to send or receive power.
The USB Type-C charger is universal, and thus can do multiple things at once. This means that there are some unique charging circumstances you will find. These include Charge Through, where you can use the same connection to send information to a screen from the laptop, and charge the laptop from the screen at the same time.
When it comes to charging your laptop with a USB Type-C charger, stick to the simplest configuration possible. Also, it is important to note that not all USB-C ports can charge, thus you have to make sure that the laptop is configured for Type-C charging for the process to work.
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