Lenovo ThinkBook Wireless Dock Can Charge Notebooks and Cell Phones Wirelessly!

Lenovo ThinkBook Wireless: Recent years have seen widespread use of wireless charging for mobile devices as advancements in the wireless charging protocol have made it possible to achieve speeds comparable to wired charging in a fraction of the time.

Laptops may soon be able to be charged wirelessly. Lenovo, a major PC manufacturer, has released a new wireless docking station for its ThinkBook laptops.

The ThinkBook 13x Gen 2 and other notebooks that adhere to certain standards can take advantage of wireless charging thanks to the new ThinkBook Wireless Dock.

Lenovo ThinkBook Wireless
Lenovo ThinkBook Wireless

The wireless docking station uses Power-by-Contact technology to supply up to 65W of wireless power to notebooks that are compatible with it. As an added convenience, the charging dock may also be used as a wireless charging pad for smartphones (up to 10W) thanks to a pad on the side.

The notebook can be detected by the docking station’s smart detection feature to ensure correct placement. This will make certain that the Power-by-Contact system is operating at full capacity. It employs Wi-Fi 6 to guarantee a robust Power-by-Contact link.

The gadget features three USB Type-A ports, one USB Type-C connector, and an HDMI display output port, making it capable of acting as a hub for an infinite number of devices.

It allows for two monitors to run at 4K at 60 frames per second. For charging the Lenovo wireless dock, there is a Lenovo Slim-Tip jack.

To date, Lenovo has not disclosed the ThinkBook Wireless Dock’s retail pricing or an official release window. We anticipate that the product will be accessible when the ThinkBook 13x Gen 2 has been introduced.

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