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Sat Mar 08 15:21:03 GMT 2014 - 2 days ago
That is correct! I have found more and more user cases where 1080p is superior, especially taking into consideration that it also leads to longer battery life. Some examples:
It is not always about what is newest and looks the best, but what is practical :) Making a high-quality 1080p panel standard would be a wise move, while offering a high-quality 4K panel for customers who prefer that.
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Sat Mar 08 11:47:18 GMT 2014 - 2 days ago
Idea Extension 2
Improve the Wi-Fi performance and ensure that it is more stable than on the current model.
Make the keyboard a bit bigger and add a real ENTER key. Many programmers and typists are not comfortable with the current design. Just read comments from reviewers and readers on various tech sites if you doubt me. There is plenty of space on both sides of the keyboard - please use it.
Sat Mar 08 09:17:50 GMT 2014 - 2 days ago
Fri Mar 07 00:29:24 GMT 2014 - 3 days ago
Thanks for the reply Cy_J. I know you are well known here at ideastorm.
You could carry it safely like you would a laptop, in a much larger carrying case as it's small/light enough to take onto a plane according to maximum carry-on luggage allowances. I own an old Dell 9300 17" and I'd think the experience would be similar just with a larger weight and size.
The screen could be protected by Corning Gorilla glass. Safety is indeed the heart of this product. I've recently moved to China and have had my Work/Desktop PC shipped over. Not only did it take more than a month to ship but It also spent more than two months at customs, where I was asked to pay a 20% import tax on the original price from when I bought it. The two packages got seperated, one was misplaced. The desktop tower arrived in shambles from when the customs people opened it up and weren't bothered to put it back together with the cpu cooler (possibly having broken) loose and swinging around in the case breaking Graphics card and all. So in summary a disaster. Imagine if you are a professional and you need your workstation with the software to go with you and this happens. I'd much rather have an powerful AIO I can take with me on the airplane, like I did my 9300 without any problems.
I'd like to ask you to please forward this idea to the design team at Alienware to see what they think.