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How To Charge Laptop With HDMI or USB Type-C?

In this article, Glitchmind will be discussing How To Charge Laptop With HDMI or USB Type-C. We will be providing step-by-step instructions on how to do so so that you can stay productive while on the go.

A laptop is a personal computer that typically weighs 2 to 6 pounds, has a thin profile, and long battery life. This type of computer is perfect for taking on the go. Some models even come with a built-in DVD player or a touch screen. Laptops can be charged in a number of ways, including using an HDMI cable or a USB Type-C cable.

Can We Charge Laptop With HDMI?

Your laptop charger may fail at any time. You might not be able to rush to the store to get a new charger at that time.

The bad part is that your laptop will stop charging once it is dead.

What’s the alternative to this terrible moment?

You are answering the question: Yes. Charge your laptop with HDMI if you have a compatible device. You no longer have to worry about your laptop’s charger going out. As long as you have an HDMI port on your laptop, you will be fine.

How To Charge Laptop With HDMI?

How To Charge Laptop With HDMI?

Let’s get to it! An HDMI cable can be used to charge your laptop as long as it can support it.

This is how it’s done in just three steps so that you don’t run out of batteries again. Follow our steps by reading on!

1. Make sure you have your laptop checked

Before we can proceed with charging, let’s first make sure that your laptop is capable of supporting it. The number of ports on laptops is decreasing as they become thinner.

You can check both sides of your laptop to see if there is an HDMI port.

You will need adaptors because Macbooks don’t have HDMI ports. While laptops from other brands may have more options, we recommend that you check the specifications of your laptop before proceeding.

An HDMI adapter cable is required for laptops without an HDMI port.

You won’t be able to charge your laptop using the HDMI cord without an adaptor or port. Adapters can be found online and in retail stores. They are not expensive and easy to see if you do need one.

2. Get connected

Once you’ve found an adapter and your HDMI Cable, it’s time for your laptop to be charged! Connect the HDMI cable to your TV with HDMI support. Connect the HDMI connector to another end of your cable.

Ensure that your connections are secure and that all ports are working. It’s not what you want.

Double-check your ports before connecting to your laptop. This will ensure that the connection works. Laptops equipped with HDMI ports are set for a smooth ride. No need to worry about adapters or cables!

If you don’t have one, you will need a USB to HDMI adapter. The adapter can be attached to your HDMI cable and connected to your computer.

3. Check Your Connections and Test

The end is coming! Connect your HDMI cable and adapter to your laptop.

Verify that the connection worked correctly and that the adapter and cable are correctly seated in the port. This is where you might need to make adjustments to ensure that the connection is secure.

It has worked! If your laptop turns on or flashes, rejoice! If your laptop does not turn on, you can remove the HDMI cable and try again.

You might have a problem with one of your connections. It can sometimes take several tries before you succeed, especially if adapters are needed on both ends.

Also, make sure your TV works and that the connection is secure. If all you see is static, your power source could be an issue.

Connect your HDMI cable to another TV if possible to eliminate the problem. If your laptop is still not charging, it could be the HDMI port or your laptop. You can then perform further tests to determine the cause.

If your laptop is charging, you may leave it on and continue using it as usual. Make sure you don’t remove the cable from your laptop until it is fully charged. Although charging your laptop with a charger might take longer, an HDMI cable can be used in emergencies.

Can We Charge A Laptop With USB-C?

Can We Charge A Laptop With USB-C?

This is a question that many people ask. It all depends on which type of USB port you use.

If you have a wired keyboard or mouse and unplug it, you’ll see a rectangular connector at one end of the cord.

This is the piece of metal that is being inserted into the computer. This connector is also known as type-A USB.

This connector is the most commonly used USB connector. You may immediately think of USB type B when you hear the term USB. Your cellphone uses a USB type B connection, for example.

You cannot charge your laptop with a type-A USB, even though you can use it for your smartphone.

Type A can exchange a large amount of data but cannot deliver the enormous power required to charge your laptop. Type A can’t provide enough power.

USB 3.1 has a connector called USB type C, or USB-C. Type C is more oval-shaped than type A.

It has a high-wattage connection that can transfer more power than type A and even faster.

The long story is that you will not charge your laptop via USB type A. However, you can set it using a USB-C connector.

How To Charge Laptop With USB-C?

A USB-C cable can be used to charge your laptop if it has a USB-C port.

Only make sure that your cable comes with a plug adapter. This is a small box-shaped plug attached to the end of the phone charger. Then plug it into an outlet. As their main charger, most laptops use a USB-C Cable.

You can charge your laptop with USB-C by plugging one end of the USB cord into an outlet and then the other end into your laptop.

That’s it! It’s easy! It doesn’t matter if you have no access to your USB cord.

Buying a USB-C cable may be more challenging than a new laptop charger.

If you’re on an island in the Caribbean for a wedding, stopping by a computer shop may not be possible.

If you’re looking for a new laptop and are in a hurry, it might be worth considering buying one with at minimum a USB-C port. It is becoming more popular to use the USB-C connector.

It is safe to assume that most laptops will have USB-C ports in the future. This could lead to the end of USB type A.

This is because, in the future, more people will have USB-C cables. If you lose one, you can borrow one from someone else.

You will need to locate someone who has the same laptop charger you are looking for. This might prove not easy.

USB-C chargers are slowly becoming the most popular laptop chargers. They’re stylish, durable, efficient, and fast.

You should also know that most devices support USB-C, so you can borrow one to use for your printer, power bank, or other purposes until you get the new one.

Is HDMI a safe method to charge your laptop with HDMI?

Specialized adapters for laptops provide regulated voltage to trust them. HDMI is an excellent option for watching HD movies on large screens or using quality systems. HDMI adapters can also offer a lot of voltage or current, which isn’t ideal for electrical appliances.

If you find yourself stuck, we recommend that you charge your laptop with an HDMI cable. If you cannot trust your laptop using the HDMI cable, the adapter that comes with the laptop is best.

Other Ways To Charge Laptop Without Charger

Other Ways To Charge Laptop Without Charger

Now that you are aware that HDMI is not safe for charging your device, what other options do you have?

You can use a USB cable if you don’t want to use an HDMI Cable. You might be curious about whether a USB is safe, even though you already know that HDMI should not be used.

Can you charge your laptop using USB? Well, YES! If you don’t have your charger, a USB is safer to charge your laptop.

There are three main types of USB on the market.

  • Type A
  • Type B
  • Or Type C

Type A is the largest and most famous of the three. All laptops can use Type-A USB pins, except for thin notebooks. The USB port can charge your laptop with a 5V or 500mA charge.

A USB cable can be used to charge your laptop. It would be helpful to have a USB-to-Type-C converter for this purpose. The USB should be connected to the power source. Next, click the USB cable to the Type-C converter at the other end. Connect the Type-C cord to the converter and connect it to the laptop.

This process will require you to have a converter.

1. External Battery

This is the traditional power bank. Laptops, which are the latest in laptop technology, can be charged like smartphones. The power bank can be used to assess these laptops. It’s the same process as charging a cell phone. You will only need a type C cord and a battery bank. It will charge when you connect one end of the cord to the power bank and the other to the type C port on the laptop.

2. With Phone

This is the same concept as the previous one. The phone can be used to charge the laptop. A dual Type-C port would be a good idea. The cable should be connected to your phone, and the other end should be connected to your notebook. This isn’t a fantastic method as your phone must have a sufficient charge to provide some power to the laptop.

3. Car charging

All cars are equipped with USB ports to charge mobile phones and other devices. These ports can also be used to charge your laptop. To do this, ensure your car is adequately ignited. Next, connect the USB end of your cable to the USB pin. Finally, click the charging end of your laptop. You are now ready to charge your laptop. Don’t worry if your car doesn’t have USB ports to charge your laptop. It is possible to install a port anywhere on the vehicle at a lower price.

FAQs

1. Is it possible to charge your laptop with an HDMI cable?

It is not, to put it simply. A laptop doesn’t have a circuit to transfer power from the HDMI to your battery.

2. Is it possible to charge your laptop with no charger?

Many smartphone models can be used as a backup power source in an emergency. Next, attach your smartphone to your laptop and find the best USB setting for your device. It doesn’t matter if you use it for Android or iOS.

3. Can a USB port be used to charge a laptop?

It’s not true. The USB ports on laptops can supply power to other peripherals and devices so that you can plug it into your iPad, iPod, or other devices. This means that you will need to connect all necessary battery packs or solutions to your laptop to the port.

4. How long should my laptop be charged?

If you have a new laptop, it is advisable to charge the battery for at least two hours before turning it on. Your regular laptop should be charged for approximately an hour to an hour, depending on its battery condition.

5. Can I charge my laptop using a phone?

It is possible, but it is not very efficient. You can charge your laptops with modern smartphones that have type-C ports. However, they won’t last very long and will eventually drain your battery.

Conclusion

I have provided all the information you need to charge your laptop battery manually. Don’t panic if you find yourself in an unusual situation without a charger for your laptop. Instead, learn these easy ways to charge your laptop without the original charger and then keep going!

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