Dell Creates the First Laptop with Wireless Charging

Dell laptop wireless charging

Wireless charging is quickly become a must-have for mobile phones. Now, that trend may soon be coming to laptops thanks to Dell’s newest 2-in-1.

In addition to officially becoming the very first laptop offered with wireless charging, the new Latitude 7285 is also one of the smallest and lightest offerings. It can be had with a wireless charging mat — a $199 option — which uses magnetic resonance wireless charging technology to keep it topped up without needing to plug it in via a cable.

Battery life is rated at 17 hours which isn’t bad either, and Dell claims it’s the highest of any convertible laptop available. Other features include a 12.3-inch 3K anti-glare display with 2880 x 1920 resolution, up to 512GB of SSD storage, two USB-C ports with Thunderbolt 3 compatibility, and a 3.2GHz Intel Dual Core i5 processor.

Dell’s newest Latitude 2-in-1 is definitely a solid laptop for anyone tired of having to plug a cable into their laptop to charge it. Thanks to wireless changing, and a host of connectivity options, it can help eliminate cable clutter and allows users to enjoy a clean, organized workspace. Its weight, size, and long battery life, also make it a great choice for business travelers.