As you’ve might noticed already, hybrid tablets are now more popular than before among users, and this happens as such products offer more functionality compared to a regular tablet. Dell saw this thing and at CES 2017 brought its latest 2 in 1 tablet called Latitude 7285, the one you can admire in the pictures below.

This one runs Windows 10 operating system and comes in the package with a keyboard dock that once is connected to the tablet, transforms the product into a real notebook. Things get more interesting as we find out that the keyboard dock also brings wireless charging capabilities.

Once the dock is connected to the tablet and we place it on the dedicated pad (sold separately) that looks like a laptop cooler, the wireless charging will begin. The tablet offers up to 6 hours of lifetime, or 9 hours when is attached to the keyboard dock. We’re getting some high-end specs here as well:

  • 12 inch IGZO display with a 2880 x 1920 pixels resolution
  • Intel Kaby Lake Gen7 processor
  • 8 or 16 GB of RAM memory
  • 512 GB of storage + microSD card slot
  • IR camera for Windows Hello

Apparently, Dell Latitude 7285 will be available starting May 30th.

  • Robert Jasiek

    Finally Dell offers a reasonable (although still narrow) display ratio (3:2) only to make another major mistake: asymmetric display position so that portrait mode cannot take good advantage of the 3:2 ratio. Sigh. Given (at least) two design decisions to be made, will manufacturers ever stop to get at least one of them wrong?! (I do not even dare to ask for display reflectance.)