I think that the TactX peripherals from Alienware should have a few changes. I feel that the mouse and keyboard should have the morph and pulse options in the AlienFX control panel. The keyboard should also have a couple more lighting zones, kind of like the keyboards on the Alienware laptops. I also think it would be awesome it the TactX headset had customizable lighting effects.
Due to the fact that the performance of Alienware is comparable to that of Workstations, users sometimes use Alienware for workstation-specific task. Dell has to consider deploying Alienware in workstation markets. We can see various real-life examples. NLEs such as Adobe Premiere Pro runs very well on an Alienware 18. In fact, Alienware's specifications are also comparable to that of workstation even though some features such as workstation GPUs en't available. Workstations often lack key features that are available in Alienware such as TactX keys and liquid cooling. Aesthetic aspects should be considered too. Therefore, AlienFX can be utilized in various fields such as temperature control and system load, not just gaming. Dell may start by modifying the existing Alienware 18 and Aurora variants by implanting workstation-grade components such as ECC memory, workstation GPU & CPU and multiple CPU sockets. Dell may also start by crossing Alienware and Precision lines.
Hi Guys,I am a proud owner of an Alienware14 2014.I absolutely love my machine. But lets admit , it isnt exactly a portable device and most of us use it as a desktop replacement with an external monitor connected.While doing so, I hate to open the lid to access the power button everytime i want to switch on the machine and then close it again.I wish it had the pwoer button on the sides like the Studio 1555 series had. What say guys? Do you feel the same way i do?Regards..
Hello, everyone,My idea for the Alienware TactX trackpad is for a wireless trackpad with custom backlighting, much the same as the built in trackpads that are currently in the Alienware laptops. The customizing would be done through a software program that is included on a 2GB flash drive. It could offer a built in rechargeable battery that can be recharged through micro USB 3.0. The USB cable would be used to recharge the battery, but could also be used to provide a wired connection for faster response times.Let me know if you have any questions, tell me what you like about, or any modifications that would make it a better product.
Please bring back the RED nebula color from the m17x-m18x R2 laptop. I missed my chance since I was a student at the time and had no money. Or better yet just unload on a bunch of color schemes. It would truly make it personalized.
I'm going to list a number of reasons why i think the M15x/15-inch Alienware laptop should be brought back, Firstly, they discontinued it due to the fact that the 11 and 14 inchers took care of the portable but powerful section where as the 17 and 18 inchers took care of the desktop replacement section... isn't that kind of a perfect reason to bring back the 15 inch? Basically it would be a "Portable Desktop Replacment." Second reason is 15-inch laptops are the most popular due to the fact like i already said they are both powerful and portable... i find 11-14 inchers to be more of a on-the-go business station than a gaming station... 16-18 inchers to be just the opposite. A 15 inch would easily dominate both sides. Third... i've actually seen 15 inch laptops that double the performance of the Alienware 18 and are still under $4000.Two examples here:http://www.xoticpc.com/sager-np8268s-clevo-p150sma-p-6987.htmlhttp://www.xoticpc.com/msi-gt60-dominatorpro-3k475-p-6952.htmlThese laptops have only minor cons such as the MSi having 1 cooling fan which means more overheating and the Sager having a not-so-pleasent design + only 1080p. I feel Alienware can make one with both 4k/UHD and with obviously dual cooling fans. Well, i hope you guys take my idea into consideration. If so, thank you.
when i bought my Alienware chassis, i really liked having the case for a system especially because i couldnt afford a full system. i just think it would be nice to have those back again, especially with the new Triad case desgin. id LOVE for me and my fellow PC enthusitasts/Gamers to be able to have the Look of something awesome for at least a fraction of the price.
1. When R3 got canned a lot of us were gutted and I myself being Malaysian couldn't even buy an R2 without going through grey imports via local tech forums' dealers. Which was unacceptable since there's a proper Dell Malaysia but at the time for whatever possible reason(s), the newly acquired Alienware line were way too slow to arrive. Top it all off with the reason why R3 got canned was due to low demand???2. Intel Broadwell on 14nm process is coming and there's AMD Kaveri, why can't we have BOTH options available for a new M11x? In-house engineered end product design should overcome the usual TDP, heat and power draw issues instead of just rebadging a Clevo or reference design?3. Competitors such as nVIDIA with their newly launched SHIELD tablet and Razer with their Edge and Edge Pro systems can mount a more serious challenge with each SoC + CPU's progress incoming, so I feel that my idea here are more than just timely.
This really hurts customers who want to have a computer that you do not have to press the power button everytime, to just wake from sleep. I was so used to every desktop, laptop, I've owned to be able to wake from sleep/hiberation with a mouse click. Now this option is gone from later bios revisions and it is awful. Please Bring It Back!
Still same issues not enoughh power to even run basic speeds on most recent lapptop according to specs on the Alienware 18 i jjust bought should be 3.5 Ghz but cpu throttle kicks in due to low voltage at 2.5 ghz with dual gfx cards enabled so definately still need option to add 2nd power supply via adapter or special cable or option to buy bigger PSU or maybe alienware docking station which would allow two Standard PSUs to be connected So that us enthusiast can use and overclock our systems as they were meant to be able to