What is the first thing that comes to your mind when you think of wireless charging technology? A Samsung smartphone probably? But Dell has broken the jinx and introduced world’s first wireless charging laptop. Priced at  $1,200 (Rs 78,000 approx), Dell’s Latitude 7285 laptop comes with a detachable keyboard that can be placed on the charging mat to be charged wirelessly.

While the price might seem a hefty price to pay for a laptop with wireless charging technology, but the laptop packs some pretty powerful specs too. For starters, the base version of the laptop, which costs $1,200 (Rs 78,000 approx), is powered by Intel Core i5 processor and runs on Windows 10. It comes with 8GB RAM and 128GB solid state drive.

On the other hand, the high-end model of the wireless laptop, which costs $1,999 (Rs 1,29,000), is powered by Intel Core i7 processor and it runs on Windows 10. The laptop features 8GB RAM and it is available in two memory variants– 256 GB solid state drive and 512 GB solid state drive. Both the devices feature a 12.3-inch screen with anti-glare coating, an IR camera and a mic, and they come with a 30-day free trial period of Microsoft Office.

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Having talked about the amazing technology and specs, it’s important to note that that the wireless keyboard and the charging mat are sold separately in a combo pack which is priced at $550 (Rs 35,400 approx). However there’s a catch, interested buyers in India will have to wait a little longer to get their hands on this special laptop as it has not been listed for sale in India yet.

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