Looking for laptop with triple display support with docking and high resolution

I am trying to find laptop could run three independent displays with at least 2560x1440 resolution. Battery run time would be the second most needed component.
HP Elitebook 745 did work with three displays, but battery run time wasn't so great. Most of the laptops use Intel HD5500 GPU and usually when we tested it works with two high resolution and one drops to FullHD.

Any ideas which laptop would run three external high resolution displays and still have decent battery run time?
Marko TarvainenCIOAsked:
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Dejan VasiljevicSys Admin and ProgrammerCommented:
Hi matarvai,

I would recommend msi gs70 stealth
It has support for max 4 displays. It is light weight at 2.66kg w/battery. At it has a great 6 cell li ion battery.

Perfect for Your needs. But it is not cheap one.

Marko TarvainenCIOAuthor Commented:
That doesn't have docking option. I would have to plug all devices every time and that don't work. And it should more portable. I am looking for about 14" screen. 15,6" is too large. I am testing HP Zbook 14 G2 and Lenovo T450 at the moment, but both have problems with multiple external displays with high resolution.
Dejan VasiljevicSys Admin and ProgrammerCommented:
Ok, but You didn't mention that You are looking for something with small screen. Also You didn't mention that You need docking options.
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Dejan VasiljevicSys Admin and ProgrammerCommented:
I would go either with t550 or x1 carbon ultrabook. Both from lenovo thinkpad. They are small with docking support and with good battery. X1 have HDMI and Mini DP but t550 have better battery but vga output instead of HDMI.

Marko TarvainenCIOAuthor Commented:
Could not find laptop with great battery life and support for three high-end displays and light weight. Took the Elitebook 745 G2 back to use and bought extra battery for that.

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