Dell Latitude 7285 is the thinnest tablet with wireless charging

Dell is now selling the first tablet that doesn't require cables for charging, but it'll cost you $1749.98.

Dell Latitude 7285 (2017)
Dell Latitude 7285 (2017)

Dell’s Latitude 7285 2-in-1 device is available for purchase, and it’s the first tablet to offer wireless charging. According to the company, the new Windows 10 hybrid PC is the world’s most versatile 2-in-1 that you can get this year, and pricing starts at $1,199.99.

However, the new charging feature will cost you extra, because this wireless charging isn’t part of the tablet, you’ll actually need to purchase an optional detachable keyboard that acts as a charging base and wireless charging base.

Dell also claims that it’s thinnest and lightest 2-in-1 running Windows 10, as it’s only .28-inch thick, which is thinner than the new Surface Pro, and only weighs 1.5 pounds without the keyboard.

Dell’s Latitude 7000 series tech specs

The Dell Latitude 7285 is a 12.3-inch (2880 x 1920) premium tablet that sports Intel’s seventh-generation (Kaby Lake) Y-series processors (i5-7Y54, i5-7Y57, i7-7Y75) with Intel HD Graphics 625. You can also get it with up to 16GB of memory, and up to 512GB of storage.

There is also an 8MP rear-facing and 720p front-facing camera with support for Windows Hello. Unlike the Surface Pro, this device features two USB Type-C ports with support for Thunderbolt 3.

The laptop includes a 34WHr battery that should last you enough to get the work done.

The Latitude 7285 pricing starts at $1,199.99 for the base model, while the Wireless Charging Keyboard and Wireless Charging mat will cost you an additional $549.99. Individually, they cost $379.99 and $199.99 respectively, but when buying them together you’ll save $29.99. There is also a productivity keyboard that cost $249.99.

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