Wireless charging has naturally become a much-desired smartphone feature over the past few years, so it should come as no surprise that the technology has evolved to include laptops.
Dell took the lead. The company has just introduced the first wirelessly charged 2-1 notebook computer, the Latitude 7285. Gone are the days of tangled cords and in its place is a user-friendly, wire-free computing experience thanks to WiTricity’s magnetic resonance wireless technology.
Designed for the multitasking user, individuals can easily transition from presenting and sharing to high-speed productive work on the keyboard while the 12-inch notebook juices up atop its charging pad.
The Latitude boasts an Intel Core i5-7Y54 processor, 8GB of RAM, and 128GB of SDD.
“Innovative IT teams see a future with no wires, including wireless power, as a key step toward improvements in mobility and convenience,” said Neil Hand, Dell’s vice president of Product Strategy and Innovation.
Dell’s Latitude 7285 is available to purchase for $1,199.99.