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Can i close my laptop while using other mouse and keyboard

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I am assuming you mean the laptop screen, not power off. The other mouse and keyboard is an external mouse and keyboard connected to your laptop. either way .. the answer is use.
Just keep in mind what your settings our when you do close the screen lid as this will either place the computer into sleep mode or power off.

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