Dell Unveiled A Wireless Monitor That Will Wirelessly Charge Your Smartphone

    CES 2016 offers some of the latest innovations in technology and mobile industry. Dell announced couple of interesting device at CES.

    Dell announced a wireless monitor that wirelessly charges your phone

    The company announced, its first ever, a pair of wireless monitors at CES. The Dell 23 Wireless Monitor is a 23 inch full HD display that lets you cast your screen from both Android and Windows devices using Miracast and Bluetooth.

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    Well, the interesting part is the base of the display has a built-in charging pod that supports both wireless charging standards: Qi and PMA.

    The another model, Dell 24 Wireless Monitor sports a slightly bigger display at 23.8 inch. Well it doesn't have a wireless charging in the base, but it gets four USB 3.0 ports, better color reproduction and a smaller bezel.

    Dell announced a wireless monitor that wirelessly charges your phone

    The company will start selling both monitors by the end of March. The 24 inch monitor will cost $469 and the 23 inch model will cost $429.

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    Dell also reveled it low-end laptop at the CES 2016: the Inspiron 11 3000 for $199. The new dell laptop packs in a 11.6 inch display with a resolution of 1366x768 pixels. It is powered by Intel Celeron or Pentium processor and paired with 2GB of RAM and 32GB of SSD storage space.

    Dell announced a wireless monitor that wirelessly charges your phone

    Well, we are unable to confirm the specifications of the laptop as there is no official release from Dell.

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