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Is there a HP laptop/docking station combo that allows 3 external monitors to be connected to the laptop and using the monitors in extended mode?

 

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Hello vgat,

 

Yes there are some dockings that have many differents ports. HDMI, DVI, Display port, VGA, it dependes on how you want it.

 

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Hi @vgat,

 

Would need to know your laptop model and model number in oder to answer your question.  Once we have that we can verify if it will support 3 monitors.

 

Thank you,

 

Jeorgie,

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Thanks for responding. That is the nature of my question. I am asking for the laptop/docking station combination that will suppory the configuration. I don't know the laptop model or model number. This is what I am asking for.

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All Zbooks, and elitebooks support 3 external monitors via either an ultraslim dock or USB-C thunderbolt dock.

Based on the PC configuration you can achieve the desired output considered you have the correct cables and monitors.

 

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