Dell has released the world's first laptop capable of being charged wirelessly.
The Latitude 7285 is priced at $1,199 (£930) and comes as a mobile device, with optional keyboards sold as accessories. The wireless-charging keyboard is an additional $379.99 on top of the base price, with the wireless charging mat (pictured) a further $199.99. The pair, both needed to charge the device wirelessly, can be purchased together for $549.99.
"[The Latitude 7285] features a premium tablet and detachable keyboard design that is ideal for mobile professionals demanding the thinnest, lightest detachable two-in-one mobile device without sacrificing security and meeting critical business requirements such as on-site device serviceability," Dell claimed.
"When combined with a charging mat… users can quickly remove the two-in-one from the mat without the need to unplug any cables, and easily return it to the mat to automatically recharge and connect to additional wireless peripherals such as a display, wireless keyboard and mouse."
Alongside the device Dell launched a further two detachable products, which it claims give businesses a "PC first, tablet second" experience.
All the devices run on the Windows operating system and Intel Core vPro processors.
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