Dell's Latitude 7285 2-in-1 with wireless charging is now available

Following its initial debut at CES in January, Dell has launched the Latitude 7285, the first 2-in-1 tablet with wireless charging. The device is now available directly from Dell (opens in new tab) starting at $1,199.

The biggest draw of the Latitude 7285 is its wireless charging. The feature relies on magnetic resonance tech developed by WiTricity, which enables wireless charging through a combination of the device's detachable keyboard and a charging mat. Just place the Latitude 7285 and keyboard on the mat, and it will begin charging.

The device itself is powered by Intel's latest 7th-generation Kaby Lake processors and either 8GB or 16GB of RAM. Storage options are available in up to 512GB of SSD storage, though there's also a microSD card slot that you can use for more. The Latitude 7285 also packs in a 12-inch 2880x1920 IGZO display, and it is even Windows Hello-compatible with a built-in IR camera.

You can order the Latitude 7285 at Dell, along with the optional keyboard, directly from Dell starting at $1,199 now.

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Dan Thorp-Lancaster is the former Editor-in-Chief of Windows Central. He began working with Windows Central, Android Central, and iMore as a news writer in 2014 and is obsessed with tech of all sorts. You can follow Dan on Twitter @DthorpL and Instagram @heyitsdtl

  • slick
  • Looks pretty good - ? how is the screen wobble going to be - it was a deal breaker on the Surface Book for me. Also, does it have a pen?
  • nice
  • This is a really compelling set of features, and the price is not bad either.
  • kudo to Dell!
  • Great there using wireless charging. But i can't wait for the day to come when wireless charging means just being the immediate are and your device will start to charge up.
  • That's is called Tesla charging!
  • Is that a thing that will come to consumer devices you think?
  • No he means Nikola Tesla and his inventions.
  • Only if government releases his confiscated technical papers.
  • Well darn lol. Maybe one day.
  • Be careful, your tinfoil hat may interfere with the wireless charging
  • Who?
  • Test
  • Y-series CPUs. Yuck.
  • Nice to see OEM innovating with the form factor. Yeah Asus pushed the 2/1 first with the Transformer, but the Surface really got the OEM off their ass.
  • Couldn't they have given it a better name?
  • I'm curious of the battery life. I have the Dell 7275 w/ the 4k screen, m5, 8GB RAM, 256GB hardrive and the battery life is very much so so. I would have perferred a bit more thinkness with bigger battery.    I did get a great deal on their refrubished site so at $621 (w/ coupon) I can't complain. Love the screen.
  • Looks very sexy. As others have mentioned, how big is the screenwobble? Also, is this laptop 2-in-1 coming with a touch screen? I see it operates with a pen but that does not mean it also supports finger touch; I at least cannot find anything in the product specifications. I am very intrigued.