Dell has just recently released its 2-in-1 tablet, the Latitude 7285, which has the capability to charge wirelessly. Thanks to WiTricity, this device and its detachable keyboard can be charged by just placing it on the charging mat.

Latitude 7285 comes with Intel’s 7th generation Kaby Lake processors, 512GB of SSD storage, and either 8 or 16GB of RAM. If the storage is not enough for you, there’s a slot for a microSD card to upgrade it.

This gadget is easy to put in almost any bag with its dimensions: 12-inch Sharp IGZO display screen, 1.5-lb weight, and 0.28-inch thickness.

Despite its size, however, the Latitude 7285 can last up to 22 hours and comes with USIM/USD, 2 USB Type-C Thunderbolt slots, and headset/mic port.

For security purposes, it has the infrared camera and Windows Hello that allow only you to access your files and credentials.

You can now enjoy full power, productivity, and security wherever you go.

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