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Host USB-C Port Capability: Power, Data, and Video

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Last updated: 18 Apr, 2018

Not all USB-C ports support all features of USB-C. Some USB-C ports are designed for charging only while some USB-C ports have the capability of data transfer or video. Refer to the article below for the list by manufacturer of computers and smartphones that support video over USB-C:

Some computers such as the Lenovo Yoga 910 have more than one USB-C port and they have different functions. The picture below shows that one USB-C port (left) is a charging port while the other USB-C port (right) supports video and data. Please make sure to plug in your USB-C adapter or docking station to the right USB-C port.

Article ID: 86
Last updated: 18 Apr, 2018
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