For the first time ever, the technology market has witnessed the inception of a wireless-charging laptop. This impossible deed was made possible by Dell. The company introduced its latest innovation called Latitude 7285 recently and has pretty much taken the market by a storm.

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According to a report published by Mobile Syrup, the latest innovation features a 12-inch, two-in-one design and is powered by the latest-generation Intel Core i5 processor.

There is another variant that is powered by the latest-generation Intel Core i7 CPU as well. On the storage front, Dell’s

On the storage front, Dell’s Latitude 7285 offers 128GB of internal storage along with 8GB of RAM.


There is also another variant that packs 256GB of internal storage along with 16GB of RAM.

As for the display, the latest laptop packs a 12-inch, 2-in-1 display along with a 2,880 x 1,920-pixel resolution. The display is touchscreen and can even be detached from the body altogether.

According to the company, it is the first laptop in the world that comes along with both options: wireless-charging and 2-in-1 ability. Dell, back in 2009, launched a laptop called Latitude Z, but it only came with the support of wireless charging. Dell announced its Latitude 7285 back at the CES 2017 event.

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As reported by several publications, the upcoming Dell Latitude 7285 comes with a wirelessly-charging capability. This particular technology is based on Wi-Tricity’s magnetic resonance charging.

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The architecture provided by Wi-Tricity allows users to charge their laptop to full capacity without having to connect it to a plug. The laptop essentially gets charged through Dell’s

The laptop essentially gets charged through Dell’s wireless charging mat. Users will be required to purchase the Wireless Charging Keyboard that starts at a price of $379.99. Meanwhile, the Latitude 7285 laptop comes at a price of $1,199.

Given its price-range, the laptop falls in direct competition with other big players in the market including Apple and its MacBook Pro, along with Microsoft and its Surface Book 2. Users are also provided with the option of purchasing an additional keyboard and power kit that cost $500 and $49, respectively.

Dell’s latest wireless charging is available for sale in the Canadian market at the moment. The company hasn’t provided any information on whether they plan on extending their sale of their latest laptop in other markets as well.