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KIPUG
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I am about to purchase an HP docking station & an HP AC 90W adapter for the dock. How do I get power from the dock to the laptop? I assume that I will need a male-to-male cable. How do I find this type of cable? Is this a standard cable?

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Aleeve
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Are you using an HP laptop?
Because if so, I presume that it will have a power output for an HP laptop anyway
If you were using a different make of laptop, however, you probably would need an extra cable, or possibly an adapter instead

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JonMCC33
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The HP docking station provides power for the laptop.

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whs
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Ya, but watch out. It may only provide 65W. HP has 65W and 90W AC adapters.

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KIPUG
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Thanks for your help. The existing HP adapter is 90W. I am going to order the docking station from Costco.

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