World’s First Wireless Charging Laptop

The world’s first Wireless Charging Laptop is being introduced by the famous laptop manufacturing company Dell. Yes, the company announced that it would release Dell Latitude 7285 2-in-1 laptop which can be able to work with Company’s WiGig wireless dock system.

Dell confirmed that the new Latitude 7285 2-in-1 Laptop with wireless charging pad would be out and it is working with WiTricity. The company plans to start selling the world’s first wireless charging laptop in June 2017, and it will have an implanted wireless receiving coil based on magnetic resonance technology from WiTricity, which will obey with the AirFuel wireless charging specification.

The future world is looking for wireless including wireless power, as an initial step towards improvements in flexibility and ease, Neil hand, Dell Vice President of Product Strategy and Innovation.

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Dell will also sell a WiTricity charging pad for the Latitude 7285, which will be completely battery-operated. Dell always looking to come up with relevant new technology and the latest collaboration between Dell and WiTricity is making the workplace reality for customers around the globe.

The Dell Latitude 7285 not only allows a more productive working environment but rushes establishment of a wider magnetic resonance powered wireless charging system for a broad range of devices.

Dell Wireless Charging Laptop 7285 specifications

Dell plans to display its new 2-in-1 laptop Latitude 7285 at CES 2017 on January 6. It is powered by Intel’s new Kaby Lake processors and has a sharp IGZO display with up to 3K resolution. It is planning to provide various keyboard dock options.

Intel’s wireless charging like Dell’s was supposed to be based on a magnetic resonance specifications that developed from a merger between two former rival groups, the Alliance for Wireless Power (A4WP) and the power Matters Alliance (PMA).

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Intel was supposed to announce its wireless charging technology sometime in 2016, but cancelled its work on the technology last spring. Even so, research organization HIS has predicted wireless charging technology will generate $8.5 billion in revenue by 2018.

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