Due to significant technological advancements that have reduced charging times to levels comparable to those of traditional charging, wireless charging for phones has recently gained popularity. Wireless charging for notebook PCs might be made available soon.
A new wireless docking station from renowned PC manufacturer Lenovo is called the ThinkBook Wireless Dock. With the new ThinkBook Wireless Dock, ThinkBook 13x Gen 2 and other standard-compliant notebooks can be wirelessly charged.
The wireless docking station makes use of Power-by-Contact technology, which can provide up to 65W of wireless charging for compatible notebooks. Because it has a side pad that can transmit up to 10 W of wireless power, the charging dock also serves as a wireless charging pad for smartphones.
A smart detection feature on the docking station can determine whether the notebook is properly positioned on it. By doing this, you can be sure that the Power-by-Contact is working to its full capacity. To ensure the Power-by-Contact connection is as strong as possible, Wi-Fi 6 is utilized.
With three USB Type-A ports, one USB Type-C connector, and an HDMI display output port, the device also has endless hub capability. Twin screens up to 4K/60Hz are supported. The wireless dock can also be powered by the Lenovo Slim Tip jack.
Lenovo hasn’t yet released information about the ThinkBook Wireless Dock’s exact price or release date. The ThinkBook 13x Gen 2 should be available at the time of introduction.