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Is there a docking station that is compatible with this computer? I am considering adding a new monitor & wireless keyboard

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You can get a HP COMPAQ dock for your what ever model HP Compaq Presario laptop you have or you can also get a universal dock that will work as well. Kensington, Targus, etc.

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