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Dell unveil world's first wirelessly charging laptop

Dell have unveiled the world's first wirelessly charging laptop.

The Dell Latitude 7285 is described as the "world's thinnest and lightest windows based commercial 2-in-1 laptop" that "combines an immersive display with long battery life and optional keyboard to keep you productive".

Explaining more about the laptop's wireless charging feature on their website, they wrote: "Place your Latitude on an available wireless charging mat and let it power your 2-in-1 without having to plug in, freeing you from wires and cords and letting you work without restraint.

"Eliminate cable clutter and enjoy a clean, organized workspace thanks to extensive connectivity options. Streamline your workflow using the USB Type C connectivity with an available Dell Dock, Dell Thunderbolt or the Dell Wireless Dock."

Not only can the laptop wirelessly charge, it has four different configurations - tent, laptop, slate and tablet.

They added: "Work anywhere thanks to the thinnest, lightest and smallest commercial 2-in-1 that weighs 1.5 pounds. Upgrade your 2-in-1 with a productivity keyboard or a wireless keyboard perfect for working at your desk or on the go.

"Confidently present your projects and enjoy the crystal clear view of the detachable Sharp IGZO 3K screen. The thin border and elegant display adds a gorgeous finish to your work while giving it plenty of room to breathe.

"Your Latitude is the only 2-in-1 with the ability to transition between four modes: tent, laptop, slate, and tablet. Easily work at your desk, on the run, or with coworkers."

The device can also be used with an active pen and keyboards in whatever configuration suits you best for the task.

They added: "Your 2-in-1 supports an active pen with less lag, for an experience that's as close to writing with a pen and paper as possible. Use the new quick launch button from the latest Windows update to take notes over the lock screen.

"Choose from two optional keyboards with 22WHr of power to make the most of your workflow. The productivity keyboard features its own battery so it stays powered longer, letting you extract the maximum amount of efficiency from your day. The wireless keyboard makes it easy to keep working without having to stop and plug in. You have the freedom to work anywhere without being tied to your desk."

The Dell Latitude 7285 starts at $1,199.00 and goes up to $1,989.00, depending on the model and the wireless charging mat is an optional extra.

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