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Member Since: ‎05-15-2016
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What docking station should I get for a ZBook 15?

Product Name: ZBook 15 (G2?)
Operating System: Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

I'm thinking about getting a docking station for my laptop, but I'm running into some confusions.

 

First off, I don't know if my laptop is a ZBook 15 or a ZBook 15 G2. I think it's a ZBook 15 because it says "HP ZBook 15" on the bottom without the "G2" suffix. Also, it was issued to me by my university in August 2014, a month before the ZBook 15 G2 was announced. So unless my university was able to get early access to the G2's, it must just be a ZBook 15.

 

Second, I don't know which docking stations are compatible with the ZBook 15. And I don't know what the merits of each of these docking station models are.

 

I use a second monitor a lot with my laptop, which connects by VGA. So that's one thing I'd want the docking station to be able to support. Other than that I'd just want a bunch of USB ports, an audio port, and other stuff that I think is standard for a docking station.

 

So, what advice can you give me?

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Master's Graduate
Posts: 525
Member Since: ‎11-17-2008
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Re: What docking station should I get for a ZBook 15?

Safe to say that is a ZBook Gen 1. :)

Here is the QuickSpecs for that model.
You will see there are a few docking station options.

 

Hope that helps!

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