03-20-2017 07:57 AM
That's why I love Amazon
How many W does the 15" use? (I think you can look at the sticker at the back of the laptop and convert via Google the Amps+V to Watts. 150W might be good enough. Also I think the Thunderbotl 3 cable has a Max W rate
03-20-2017 09:09 AM
Charger is 90W. the 13" is 45W charger.
My concern about whether it will work is contained in some of these links. (since your's is working thought I would post this for others)
03-25-2017 09:24 AM
So I contacted my ex colleagues from HP, and the products manager don't have any info.... Just hilarious....
I will try soon the docking for zbook 150W from my ex colleague. He uses that one with his spectre (not x360) and works flawlessly...
Looks like the only way to find out...
03-25-2017 10:13 AM
Intel? They're some sort of tech company right?
I'll be anxiously awaiting your test on the 150W.
When I looked at buying the 200W on Amazon all the sellers had 10-20% restocking fee. (not so on the 150W)
03-26-2017 12:11 PM
Here another topic that i opened in another forum.. looks like someone got one that actually works
Although it says only 60W to charge the laptop...
03-26-2017 01:41 PM
Thanks for that, unfortunately not a Thunderbolt dock (only USB-C).
(also not being able to get two monitors working seems a little weird -- but he is still working through it)
05-08-2017 11:48 AM
I know it doesn't help people with the 15in version, but I wanted to back up that the HP ZBook Elite 150W works well (Charging and 3440x1440 DisplayPort output (v1.1)) with my 13in version (Model 13-ac001na)
05-20-2017 01:29 PM
Wilicino - I was curious how you got this to work. I bought the HP Zbook Elite 150W to use as a dock for my spectre x360 13-ac0XX and am not having any luck. I connected it with a standard USB-C cable and it seems to charge fine but I'm not getting any passthrough for my display (DP to a dell ultrawide monitor). I had tried the plugable unit previously but kept getting connect/disconnects every 5-10 minutes. Any and all help is much appreciated!
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