At CES last week, Dell showed a wireless charging PC called the Latitude 7285, a 2-in-1 with a detachable screen attached to a keyboard base.
It’s the first wireless charging laptop based on the AirFuel Alliance’s emerging wireless PC charging standard.
This System have no widespread plan, that’s partly because the technology, with slow charging speeds, is limited to low-power devices and isn’t mature enough to replace wired charging.
It uses low-power Intel Kaby Lake chip that draws just 4.5 watts of power.
Wireless Charging is optional because a wired charging can be done through a USB-C port.
The Latitude 7285 will be available in June with prices starting at about US $1,099, and the wireless charging mat and keyboard will cost extra.