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ToniArnaste
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Operation with lid closed on Zbook Power G7

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Zbook Power G7
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)
Can a Zbook Power G7 still working for a long time with the lid closed - through a dockstation g2 on multiple displays
It is advisable? Can it have thermal problems? The ventilation grille seems very clogged with the lid closed...
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@ToniArnaste 

 

Given machine is compatible with

dockstation g2

Yes it will. Many my machines use compatible docks and I do not have to open lid to power my machines. I have to open the lid to power (only) machines with USB-A docks.

 

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ToniArnaste
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Thanks Banhien. 
I was referring to refrigeration issues. the latest Zbook Firefly and Power models have the ventilation grille right at the front and it is completely closed when the lid is closed. it does not seem like a good idea to work with the lid closed on these models…🤔

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