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No more wires!

Dell’s new Latitude 7285 has just been announced as the first laptop that can be charged wirelessly. The Dell Latitude 7285 is also a 2-in-1 device that can turn from notebook to tablet mode. The keyboard houses the battery that can be charged wirelessly just like other smartphones.

No more wires!

Dell’s new Latitude 7285 has just been announced as the first laptop that can be charged wirelessly. The Dell Latitude 7285 is also a 2-in-1 device that can turn from notebook to tablet mode. The keyboard houses the battery that can be charged wirelessly just like other smartphones.

In the case for this notebook however, you would need a special mat that would let you charge the entire keyboard – though for its size we’re not sure if it would be fast enough to charge. Still it has the convenience of not having wires when you’re using it.

Though there is a catch: the Dell Latitude 7285 is sold as a tablet, with the optional keyboard accessory and the wireless charging supported keyboard accessory sold separately. That comes to almost $1,750.

Hardware specifications include a Core i5 CPU, 8 GB of RAM, a 720p (!) webcam with an infrared sensor that supports Windows Hello.

Wireless charging option is definitely great – but is it enough for this amount and these specifications? We’ll let you decide.

No word yet on a Middle East release date and availability.

Victor Philip Ortiz
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