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Looking for a laptop with type-c charging

So i'm looking for a laptop with type-c charging which is more on a budget friendly side. The laptop will be connected to a docking station and will mostly be used for office work. Any suggestions?

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43 minutes ago, DogekuN said:

So i'm looking for a laptop with type-c charging which is more on a budget friendly side. The laptop will be connected to a docking station and will mostly be used for office work. Any suggestions?

Pretty much every modern laptop (except for gaming laptops) supports that nowadays. What will it be used for exactly? Do you already have a docking station or do you need one? If you already have one, what model is it? Some docking stations don't work with every brand. What about battery life or size limits? Could you please give some more details?

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There are quite a few affordable Latitude model Dell laptops around the 2017-2019 years that support USB C charging and docking. Be mindful if you buy used to make sure Computrace is deactivated or disabled in the BIOS under the security tab.

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30 minutes ago, DreamCat04 said:

Pretty much every modern laptop (except for gaming laptops) supports that nowadays. What will it be used for exactly? Do you already have a docking station or do you need one? If you already have one, what model is it? Some docking stations don't work with every brand. What about battery life or size limits? Could you please give some more details?

The most modern laptops are all "gaming" or "creator" focused, because the manufacturers realized they make more money that way. Sadly when looking for a simple laptop without all the gaming features you need to go back a generation or two. HP ProBook, Dell Latitude, Lenovo ThinkPad and so on are the best choices. 

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As stated this laptop will be used for office work. A modern laptop with i3/R3 and above should be plenty. Do i have a docking station or have some in my sight not yet would like to start from a laptop and then see how the support for it will be.

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