If while at your desk you would prefer to use a larger monitor or even two, together with a full size keyboard and mouse rather than your Dell Latitude 7000 Series and Latitude 5000 Series notebooks.
You may be interested to learn that Dell has this week launched a new Dell Wireless Dock this week that will enable you to do just that.
The Dell Wireless Dock has been created to provide seamless high-speed wireless docking to your network using Intel WiGig technology, enabling you to use up to two external displays, as well as full keyboard and mouse and even connect audio and other peripherals if desired.
Dell’s new wireless docking solution has been designed specifically for laptops, ultrabooks and 2–in–1’s systems equipped with with 5th generation Intel Core vPro processors, enabled with Intel Tri–Band Wireless–AC 17265. Dell explains a little more :
“Simply connect all the devices and peripherals you use every day to the Dell Wireless Dock and your laptop will communicate wirelessly with the dock. With two USB ports in front and three USB ports in back, the dock unites everything conveniently in one place for your wireless desktop.
Work more efficiently and increase productivity with two external displays and all the devices on your desktop. The Dell Wireless Dock supports VGA, HDMI and mDP for up to two displays. Using Intel WiGig technology, the Dell Wireless Dock enables higher data transfer rates upto 4.6Ghz–higher than Wifi AC certified products.”
For more information on the new Dell Wireless Dock jump over to the official Dell website for details via the link below. Unfortunately no information on pricing or worldwide availability has been released as yet, but as soon as information comes to light we will keep you updated as always.Filed Under: Hardware, Laptops, Top News