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HP ZBook 150W Thunderbolt 3 Dock

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Create a remarkably powerful and streamlined mobile workstation workspace without the clutter with the HP ZBook Dock with Thunderbolt 3.[1] Get expansive device, display, and network connectivity plus simultaneous charging of your system through one simple cable from the dock to your HP ZBook.


Return & exchange information

HP.com will accept returns or exchanges for this product up to 30 days after delivery.

Product specifications

Ports

Combo audio jack connects to headphone; Connect to standard USB devices; Energy-efficient Smart AC adapter features integrated surge protection to help against power fluctuations; Connect to USB devices; USB-C port provides external device charging up to 15 watts; Two DisplayPort 1.2 ports, one VGA, One Thunderbolt/Power Cable for video connectivity; One Thunderbolt/Power combination cable connector, One 4.5mm power input; Supports HP Cable Locks. Also supports HP Dual Head Cable Lock; Gigabit Ethernet port; 3 USB 3.0 ports; 1 powered USB 3.0 port;

Compatibility

Compatible with the: HP ZBook 15 G3, HP ZBook Studio G3.

Dimensions (W X D X H)

9.06 x 2.24 x .69 in

Weight

0.5 lb

Warranty

One-Year limited warranty.

What's in the box

Dock; Thunderbolt/AC power cable; AC Adapter and Documentation.

Return & exchange information

HP.com will accept returns or exchanges for this product up to 30 days after delivery.

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Once setup correctly, dock works well. There are a lot of bad reviews of this product, but as someone who's bought and setup more than 10 of these devices, I can say that once the setup is complete, these docks work as well as any. I've only had to send one back to HP per their recommendation, but the rest have been flawless. Just take a little patience, install all the right drivers in the right order following the directions, and you'll have a great dock for a great laptop.
Date published: 2016-10-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from dock works great I was a little surprised by all the negative reviews. We use these at work on my team and no complaints. We all use dual monitors wireless mouse and keyboard. I really like the ease of connection with the thunderbolt ac power connector. Only minor issue is that occassionally it will lock or hang for a second causing a response like this when your typinggggggggggggg. It may happen one or twice a day over 8 hr shift and is only minor annoyance. I would recommend this dock but the price is pretty steep.
Date published: 2016-09-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works Great For Me Not sure why others are having so many issues with this. I got the docking station along with my ZBook Studio from my company IT dept. and I have had no issues. I have two displays connected and a wireless keyboard/mouse, and have not a single issue with any of them. Maybe I got lucky and one that worked, or everyone else is doing something wrong.
Date published: 2016-08-12
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Unreliable, sensitive, and spatially challenged "Touchy" is the right word for it. I think it depends heavily on what type, brand, and quantity of 'stuff' you're hooking up to it. If you're like me, and you want a dock/port redirector like this to turn your laptop into a full-blown desktop experience...maybe a little 'buyer beware' here then. I'm in IT - and I work from home. I have this hooked up to my Zbook 15 G3. The peripherals involved aren't crazy - 3 Asus 23" LED monitors (new but not bleeding edge) - two on HDMI/DisplayPort, 1 on VGA, a popular Logitech cordless mouse, the Microsoft Natural keyboard 4000 (USB not wireless), I'm using the NIC (RJ45) on the dock, and the extra USB port to charge an external device...oh and some Bose speakers. I'll say this - everything works...now...mostly. I still deal with the whole computer freezing on me until I disconnect the Zbook - after which I can reconnect it and it seems fine but that's irritating. And today it started not charging my laptop's battery when plugged in too. So it can work, but not without monkeying with it. The support forums all say that there are a number of different combinations of drivers, firmware, and support software (and multiple versions of each) provided by HP and you have to hit the right combo of all of them to get it to work. For me (Windows 10) I did have to load the Asmedia USB Host Controller Driver with the Conexant HP Dock Audio, and the Thunderbolt software. I think I needed to do a firmware update too. So if you're willing to monkey with it - you can make it work. Find a stable place to set the laptop and the dock because once it's connected, if you touch the cable at all, the screens will blip. And everytime Windows updates roll through I hold my breath. So...it's sort of like a Chevy. If you like working on it and aren't thrown off by the occasional maintenance, dive in. If you're one of those "I just want it to work" types - swim at your own risk. And I have to echo all the same sentiments about the awkwardness of the cable - no 90 degree angle, & way too short. This is easily fixed HP. Let me buy a better version of the cable - one that is longer PLEASE.
Date published: 2017-08-24
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Doesn't quite meet expectations Most of the ports on my Thunderbolt 3 work fine, however, I have not been able to get any of the display ports to work with either of the two monitors in my house (though those monitors work fine with both Mac's and PC's and even with my new HP laptop when plugged in directly to the laptop). I'm on my 2nd Thunderbolt 3 and have spent many hours trouble shooting the problem but to no avail. Also, the cable that is supplied with the unit is too short, it needs to be lengthened by at least 6-12 inches or more.
Date published: 2017-07-17
Rated 2 out of 5 by from ZBook 150W Thunderbolt Dock washed out to sea Granted... I have lots of issues with the "docking" of the Zbook G3 I have, but as for this docking bar I find it hard to decide where to begin Docking Cable... 0.5m cable = WAY too short (could use about 50% more length). I don't have a clue what twisted thought process of put the port for the cable on the left end of the back side (assuming you'd want the power button facing the front) when the patching port for the cable appears on the right side of the notebook... which brings me immediately to... Why on EARTH would you put the port for the stiff Thunderbolt 3 + power cable on the OUTSIDE of the power port adapter... and then ship the blasted device with a 90° power cord?!?!? This means the power cord either has to pass under or over the Thunderbolt 3 + power cable or over the top... because otherwise the power cable interferes with the other thunderbolt port on the dock. Speaking of "what possessed you to..." Why would you put two DisplayPort ports and a VGA on the Dock... but the Zbook comes with HDMI and VGA. Thank heavens I still have a DisplayPort cable for my monitor... but imagine my surprise when I unplugged my HDMI cable from the Zbook and realized... wait... this has no HDMI ports on it! I also found it a little odd to find both VGA and the CAT5 ports on the opposite end of the Dock than where they appear on the Zbook. From a functional and Engineering design I would give this a resounding D- (for that matter this would have thrown the curve so far that even Peppermint Patty from "Peanuts" would have gotten a D or maybe even a C) Shipping it with a right-angle power cord... just daft... and then putting the power cord inside other ports just defies logic. If you want somewhere to use a right-angle, put it on one end of the blasted cable for connecting the notebook so that the cable doesn't have to bend 180° to get to the Dock or at the very least... the port on the Dock should go on the complete opposite end. Since my parents raised me with that "if you can't say anything nice..." matra... I feel compelled to find SOMETHING positive to say "Think. Think. Think." - Winnie the Pooh Did it work when I plugged everything in? Yes After plugging it all in could I turn on the notebook without lifting the lid? Yes Did my two monitors work (using a VGA and a DisplayPort cable)? Yes Do I now have some free USB ports on my notebook? Yes
Date published: 2017-07-11
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Create a remarkably powerful and streamlined mobile workstation workspace without the clutter with the HP ZBook Dock with Thunderbolt 3.[1] Get expansive device, display, and network connectivity plus simultaneous charging of your system through one simple cable from the dock to your HP ZBook.

Amplify your mobile workstation

Have a lot to attach? No problem! Link up to 10 devices at once through ports that include Thunderbolt™ 3[1] (which also supports DisplayPort 1.2 and USB 3.1 Gen 2), four USB 3.0, RJ-45, VGA, combo audio, and two additional DisplayPorts.

Charge and connect

Rapidly replenish your HP ZBook’s power after a demanding day with an impressive charging station that passes power directly through a Thunderbolt™ 3 power cable to your HP ZBook.

Experience an office on the go

Get stunningly easy setup on a dock that is small enough to take with you. Slip the dock into your briefcase and initiate charging, expansion, and wired networking with one cable.

Tidy up

Proudly display this sleek and efficient solution in the office, or tuck it away and clean up your workspace for good. Either way, no more cables and no more clutter to worry about.

Return & exchange information

HP.com will accept returns or exchanges for this product up to 30 days after delivery.

Product specifications

Ports

Combo audio jack connects to headphone; Connect to standard USB devices; Energy-efficient Smart AC adapter features integrated surge protection to help against power fluctuations; Connect to USB devices; USB-C port provides external device charging up to 15 watts; Two DisplayPort 1.2 ports, one VGA, One Thunderbolt/Power Cable for video connectivity; One Thunderbolt/Power combination cable connector, One 4.5mm power input; Supports HP Cable Locks. Also supports HP Dual Head Cable Lock; Gigabit Ethernet port; 3 USB 3.0 ports; 1 powered USB 3.0 port;

Compatibility

Compatible with the: HP ZBook 15 G3, HP ZBook Studio G3.

Dimensions (W X D X H)

9.06 x 2.24 x .69 in

Weight

0.5 lb

Warranty

One-Year limited warranty.

What's in the box

Dock; Thunderbolt/AC power cable; AC Adapter and Documentation.

Return & exchange information

HP.com will accept returns or exchanges for this product up to 30 days after delivery.

  • Free shipping & free returns
  • Save 50% instantly on the HP 150W Thunderbolt 3 DockBuy when purchased with select workstation

Product reviews


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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Once setup correctly, dock works well. There are a lot of bad reviews of this product, but as someone who's bought and setup more than 10 of these devices, I can say that once the setup is complete, these docks work as well as any. I've only had to send one back to HP per their recommendation, but the rest have been flawless. Just take a little patience, install all the right drivers in the right order following the directions, and you'll have a great dock for a great laptop.
Date published: 2016-10-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from dock works great I was a little surprised by all the negative reviews. We use these at work on my team and no complaints. We all use dual monitors wireless mouse and keyboard. I really like the ease of connection with the thunderbolt ac power connector. Only minor issue is that occassionally it will lock or hang for a second causing a response like this when your typinggggggggggggg. It may happen one or twice a day over 8 hr shift and is only minor annoyance. I would recommend this dock but the price is pretty steep.
Date published: 2016-09-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works Great For Me Not sure why others are having so many issues with this. I got the docking station along with my ZBook Studio from my company IT dept. and I have had no issues. I have two displays connected and a wireless keyboard/mouse, and have not a single issue with any of them. Maybe I got lucky and one that worked, or everyone else is doing something wrong.
Date published: 2016-08-12
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Unreliable, sensitive, and spatially challenged "Touchy" is the right word for it. I think it depends heavily on what type, brand, and quantity of 'stuff' you're hooking up to it. If you're like me, and you want a dock/port redirector like this to turn your laptop into a full-blown desktop experience...maybe a little 'buyer beware' here then. I'm in IT - and I work from home. I have this hooked up to my Zbook 15 G3. The peripherals involved aren't crazy - 3 Asus 23" LED monitors (new but not bleeding edge) - two on HDMI/DisplayPort, 1 on VGA, a popular Logitech cordless mouse, the Microsoft Natural keyboard 4000 (USB not wireless), I'm using the NIC (RJ45) on the dock, and the extra USB port to charge an external device...oh and some Bose speakers. I'll say this - everything works...now...mostly. I still deal with the whole computer freezing on me until I disconnect the Zbook - after which I can reconnect it and it seems fine but that's irritating. And today it started not charging my laptop's battery when plugged in too. So it can work, but not without monkeying with it. The support forums all say that there are a number of different combinations of drivers, firmware, and support software (and multiple versions of each) provided by HP and you have to hit the right combo of all of them to get it to work. For me (Windows 10) I did have to load the Asmedia USB Host Controller Driver with the Conexant HP Dock Audio, and the Thunderbolt software. I think I needed to do a firmware update too. So if you're willing to monkey with it - you can make it work. Find a stable place to set the laptop and the dock because once it's connected, if you touch the cable at all, the screens will blip. And everytime Windows updates roll through I hold my breath. So...it's sort of like a Chevy. If you like working on it and aren't thrown off by the occasional maintenance, dive in. If you're one of those "I just want it to work" types - swim at your own risk. And I have to echo all the same sentiments about the awkwardness of the cable - no 90 degree angle, & way too short. This is easily fixed HP. Let me buy a better version of the cable - one that is longer PLEASE.
Date published: 2017-08-24
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Doesn't quite meet expectations Most of the ports on my Thunderbolt 3 work fine, however, I have not been able to get any of the display ports to work with either of the two monitors in my house (though those monitors work fine with both Mac's and PC's and even with my new HP laptop when plugged in directly to the laptop). I'm on my 2nd Thunderbolt 3 and have spent many hours trouble shooting the problem but to no avail. Also, the cable that is supplied with the unit is too short, it needs to be lengthened by at least 6-12 inches or more.
Date published: 2017-07-17
Rated 2 out of 5 by from ZBook 150W Thunderbolt Dock washed out to sea Granted... I have lots of issues with the "docking" of the Zbook G3 I have, but as for this docking bar I find it hard to decide where to begin Docking Cable... 0.5m cable = WAY too short (could use about 50% more length). I don't have a clue what twisted thought process of put the port for the cable on the left end of the back side (assuming you'd want the power button facing the front) when the patching port for the cable appears on the right side of the notebook... which brings me immediately to... Why on EARTH would you put the port for the stiff Thunderbolt 3 + power cable on the OUTSIDE of the power port adapter... and then ship the blasted device with a 90° power cord?!?!? This means the power cord either has to pass under or over the Thunderbolt 3 + power cable or over the top... because otherwise the power cable interferes with the other thunderbolt port on the dock. Speaking of "what possessed you to..." Why would you put two DisplayPort ports and a VGA on the Dock... but the Zbook comes with HDMI and VGA. Thank heavens I still have a DisplayPort cable for my monitor... but imagine my surprise when I unplugged my HDMI cable from the Zbook and realized... wait... this has no HDMI ports on it! I also found it a little odd to find both VGA and the CAT5 ports on the opposite end of the Dock than where they appear on the Zbook. From a functional and Engineering design I would give this a resounding D- (for that matter this would have thrown the curve so far that even Peppermint Patty from "Peanuts" would have gotten a D or maybe even a C) Shipping it with a right-angle power cord... just daft... and then putting the power cord inside other ports just defies logic. If you want somewhere to use a right-angle, put it on one end of the blasted cable for connecting the notebook so that the cable doesn't have to bend 180° to get to the Dock or at the very least... the port on the Dock should go on the complete opposite end. Since my parents raised me with that "if you can't say anything nice..." matra... I feel compelled to find SOMETHING positive to say "Think. Think. Think." - Winnie the Pooh Did it work when I plugged everything in? Yes After plugging it all in could I turn on the notebook without lifting the lid? Yes Did my two monitors work (using a VGA and a DisplayPort cable)? Yes Do I now have some free USB ports on my notebook? Yes
Date published: 2017-07-11
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