Dell has just introduced the first wirelessly charged 2-in-1 notebook computer. The Dell Latitude 7285 ($1,200) is a very feature-heavy detachable machine for improving the ease of transition from office to travel modes for the mobile worker.
It has a 12.3″ 2880 x 1920 IGZO touchscreen with Gorilla Glass 4, integrated graphics, 16 gigabytes of RAM, 7th Gen Intel Core i or Core i7 with vPro CPU, 8GB or 16GB of RAM, a storage of 128GB, 256GB, or 512GB SSDs, and an 8-megapixel rear camera & 720p in front. There are two USB-C ports and an optional SIM card slot. The Latitude 7285 runs Intel 8265 WiFi, WiGig, and Bluetooth 4.2 with a 34 Wh internal battery.
The big feature is the WiTricity wireless charging capability. When the tablet is attached to the keyboard portion, you can place it on the rather large charging mat plugged into an AC wall outlet without any further connections. It has been reported as being somewhat top-heavy in notebook mode but that is countered by the tablet part being about 100 grams lighter than its closest rival.