Reinvent docking and boost productivity with our most versatile Thunderbolt™ dock, the small, sophisticated HP Thunderbolt Dock G2 with network manageability, USB-C™ device connectivity, and optional integrated audio.
 Advanced manageability features such as WoL and MAC Address Pass-Through in all power states supported only on HP Pro x2 612 G2, HP EliteBook 1040 G4, HP EliteBook x360 1020, 1030 G2, 800 G5, 700 G5, 600 G4, 400 G5, and G4 HP Mobile Workstations as of January 17th, 2018.
 Notebooks must be able to support USB-C™ power, video, and USB-C™ and Thunderbolt™ industry standards.
 HP TB Dock Audio Module sold separately and required for audio.
 USB-C™ notebook charging up to 100 watts supported through single USB-C™ cable. Combo cable, included on select models or sold separately, required to support both notebooks up to 100 watts and mobile workstations up to 200 watts.
 Internet access required and sold separately.
 Displays sold separately.
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 Lock sold separately.
 Host must support Thunderbolt™ or DisplayPort™ Alt mode protocol through its USB-C™ port. The HP Thunderbolt™ Dock G2 is designed to USB-C™/Thunderbolt™ Industry specs and will support charging and port replication for notebooks that have implemented USB-C™ and Thunderbolt™ industry specifications. Thunderbolt™ host systems require Thunderbolt™ software (minimum SW17.x). Ethernet and audio drivers need to be installed separately on non-HP Windows systems for headset auto switching functionality. Drivers available on HP website. For MacOS, HP does not provide ethernet and audio drivers. Firmware updates on Windows-based host systems only. The following features are not functional on non-HP supported or non-HP notebooks: Power button to turn on or wake the system; Wake on LAN from warm and cold dock; Wake on LAN from S4/S5; MAC Address Pass-Through S0, S3, S4, S5 warm and cold dock. Systems that require more than 100W of power must plug in a separate notebook AC adapter, sold separately.