In recent years we have seen a lot of wireless accessories, but the development does not stop there. If Intel gets their way, our computers will be completely wireless in the near future.
A few days ago, Kirk Skaugen showed off a prototype of a wireless computer at the Intel Developer Forum in Shenzhen, China. If you want to connect an external screen, Wireless Display (Wi-Di) is used, if you want to access your network disks, WiGig is used. When the battery runs out, you use a wireless charging pad and so on.
The only thing standing in the way of an early launch of these kinds of computers is the lack of wireless charging stations in restaurants, airports, and other places where we take our devices. However, according to Kirk Skaugen, negotiations are ongoing with potential partners.