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Meet The World’s First Wireless Charging Laptop by Noblex: 3:08 am On Jul 13, 2017

Meet The World’s First Wireless Charging Laptop



Dell introduced the Latitude 7285, the first 2-in-1 laptop with wireless charging. This works similarly to some smartphones: simply you put it in contact with a special base, and it recharges the battery.
The power receiver is on the detachable keyboard, which uses WiTricity technology. It provides 30 watts via MRI and does not require accurate alignment on the charging base for easy use. The base, of course, needs a cable to connect to the outlet.

WiTricity has been demonstrating its wireless charging technology for about a decade, but it has not yet been widely adopted. Intel even partnered with the company, promising laptops that would dispense cables to charge the battery, but that never materialized – in fact, it shied away from the initiative as it focused more on the cloud and less on PCs.

Meanwhile, Dell kept the interest. It launched the first wireless charging laptop, Latitude Z, in 2009. And, since last year, the manufacturer has been demonstrating prototypes of laptops with WiTricity.

Now finally, Dell has a product ready for consumers, but it comes out expensive. The complete kit – including the Latitude 7285, keyboard and charging cradle – costs as low as $ 1,720. (Single tablet starts at $ 1,200.

The basic model has Intel Core i5-7Y54 processor, 8GB RAM, and 128GB SSD. (You can increase the RAM for up to 16 GB, and the SSD for up to 512 GB.) The 12.3-inch display has 2880 x 1920 resolution and 400-nits brightness.


There is an infrared camera for login without password through Windows Hello. We also have two Type-C USB ports, which can be used to charge the 34 Wh battery – yes, it comes with a traditional charger. The tablet weighs 680g; With the keyboard, are 1.36 kg.
Latitude 7285 is now available for purchase from the US via the Dell
website , however, there is still no information about a launch in India.

Re: Meet The World’s First Wireless Charging Laptop by Worthwhile(m) : 4:41 am On Jul 13, 2017

Noblex: Meet The World’s First Wireless Charging Laptop



Dell introduced the Latitude 7285, the first 2-in-1 laptop with wireless charging. This works similarly to some smartphones: simply you put it in contact with a special base, and it recharges the battery.
The power receiver is on the detachable keyboard, which uses WiTricity technology. It provides 30 watts via MRI and does not require accurate alignment on the charging base for easy use. The base, of course, needs a cable to connect to the outlet.

WiTricity has been demonstrating its wireless charging technology for about a decade, but it has not yet been widely adopted. Intel even partnered with the company, promising laptops that would dispense cables to charge the battery, but that never materialized – in fact, it shied away from the initiative as it focused more on the cloud and less on PCs.

Meanwhile, Dell kept the interest. It launched the first wireless charging laptop, Latitude Z, in 2009. And, since last year, the manufacturer has been demonstrating prototypes of laptops with WiTricity.

Now finally, Dell has a product ready for consumers, but it comes out expensive. The complete kit – including the Latitude 7285, keyboard and charging cradle – costs as low as $ 1,720. (Single tablet starts at $ 1,200.

The basic model has Intel Core i5-7Y54 processor, 8GB RAM, and 128GB SSD. (You can increase the RAM for up to 16 GB, and the SSD for up to 512 GB.) The 12.3-inch display has 2880 x 1920 resolution and 400-nits brightness.


There is an infrared camera for login without password through Windows Hello. We also have two Type-C USB ports, which can be used to charge the 34 Wh battery – yes, it comes with a traditional charger. The tablet weighs 680g; With the keyboard, are 1.36 kg.
Latitude 7285 is now available for purchase from the US via the Dell
website , however, there is still no information about a launch in India.
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Re: Meet The World’s First Wireless Charging Laptop by Worthwhile(m) : 4:42 am On Jul 13, 2017

Cool Laptop

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