dell company as more needs to step in technological history promotes new ideas and new purpose to market dell is not a word you read when you buy a computer technology, is more than four letters is a company with long-standing strives to give the best market place technology for the new future that they come, dell with progress reason has to change its image in the public and the world know that Dell is not far behind the competition is only one reason to continue later I care about this company as you, because we are all dell
Make More than SmartTV, the device can be used as a tool to reach out to a more effective advertising to an audience.It Could be as a Data minning.
I was redirected by some one at the Alienware Twitter support team. So my idea is that you guys should start a Stream team and sponsor a streamer such as myself, I am willing and experienced in live streaming and setting up a community. This would be easy to do with Alienwares media presence you wouldn't even need a massive streamer because people would just watch because of the history behind such a huge gaming computer company.
I think Dell should refresh their Precision line as it looks very outdated. How about if Dell introduces SLI/CrossFire option and Precision Graphics Amplifier?Hence, options such as Dual AMD FirePro M6100 or Nvidia Quadro M6000 in-a-Precision Graphics Amplifier will be available.Precision laptops are comparable to Alienware. At the same time, heavy desktop professional GPUs such as Quadro K5200 will always outperform mobile professional GPU.Highly mobile users should be able to choose multi-GPU setups while less mobile users should be able to pair heavy GPUs to their Precision.
hi, I'm dell latitude user since e6400(2010). I have an idea and strongly recommend DELL to implement this idea as soon as possible. Put the latitude e6440 and e6540's keyboard in a case, not necessarily to be too slim, adding volume control, power control, and must preserve the pointing stick on it. Since it's gonna be a standalone keyboard, dedicated/combined function keys are the more the better. Must have more than one receiver and a big, handy switch(knob, dial, or buttons are all good) on the right side or up right corner. Many people are using more than one computer at the same time nowdays. Using one set of keyboard mouse at your comfortable keyboard shelf of your desk, controlling them by just switching from a single keyboard like car shift stick, without moving your hand one to another keyboard is so comfortable and productive. the 5th generation(e6540 e6440 e7240 e7440) latitude E series keyboard is the best keyboard I've ever used. It is good to using latitude as standalone keyboard is because: soft comfortable keystroke, clear keyup feedback, and latitude keyboards are preserving the pointing sticks. It is very handy when writing documents and correcting some typos just have typed, without moving your hand to mouse. compared to the market mainstream keyboard styles, latitude E series keyboard is the only keyboard still keep the keycap remain concave, preserving the excellent Distinguished finger feeling between adjacent keys. the Fn combined function keys, Numpad is the so useful that hard to go back to any other keyboards once get used to it. especially when it comes to typing validation code or passwords or phone numbers. dell latitude's Numpad is whole better than competetion products in this case. older thinkpad keyboard do have such feature (newer thinkpads abandoned combined numpad), but need to switch the Numlock on and off. on latitude simply typing the combined Numpad with your right hand along with left ring finger pressing Fn key. dell keep the page up/down, arrow keys remain normal size. latitude keyboard support many usefull tricks like, zero emission mode with Fn+b, turning off screen with Fn+d.
Most business that have Dell laptops have the older models that use a wired dock. Moving to a new wireless dock for the new Ultrabooks is great, but why have two docks onthe boardroom table when you can have one wireless dock with a "wireled port" addon that is used by the older Latitude laptops.The addon would attach to the "addon port" on the wireless dock. This allows for new ultrabooks and tablets to connect wirelessly and older laptops to also conenct, making the transition to new technology a lot easier.
I would like to propose that Dell open Showcase store in cities of importance around the world. So people could go and look at all the Dell products that they have to offer. Reasons to do it: Give Dell users better/controlled interaction with Dell. Let consumers have a more informed choose of what their buying. Cost saving - Centralise some repair work (not next day service). Have Centralised national B2B sales team in the most important city to build cloud services. Have a server in each country for SEO purposes. What your thoughs?
Can we move to all DC (220V/380V) power supply for servers?There are couple of advantages:1. Power supply module of servers works better with DC supplies; Less stress on filter capacitor, no stress of PFC (active filter)2. DC power supply with Battery hanging on the power supply BUS contains less psophometric noise which makes the servers work better in signal detection meaning less probability of glitches.3. All DC power supplies are more energy efficient than the traditional UPS solution.4. DC power distribution units can be built with transient (short circuit current) limiting function which eliminates the need of keeping big holding time of the devices (servers) power supply module.
I just found out about two significant differences when deploying SonicPoints depending if you own a 215 or 215W. Based upon the Sonicwall rep I just spoke to at Dell, he stated: 215: (recommended) If you plan on having a SonicPoint device or multiples, then get a firewall without wireless. 215W: Since this firewall comes with wireless built-in, you will have gaps (or temporary delays) in coverage as device(s) move between a SonicPoint and the wireless within the firewall. Does anyone find this kind of odd? Yet, does anyone see any type of information stating that if you deploy SonicPoints that its not recommened to get a SonicWall with built in wireless? So here hence is the question and the issue. If you have coverage everywhere except where your firewall is at (usually in the basement or comm closet where the rest of your gear is at) it appears Sonicwall wants you to deploy another SonicPoint right next to the firewall. The person with commonsence would normally think -- no, I won't have to spend more money with a SonicPoint, I'll just get a SonicWall 215W that way I have a internet presesnce in my comm closet and with my SonicPoints. This according to Dell is wrong. So for any of you who think that you will have a seemless integration for SonicPoints with your existing SonicWall that has integrated wireless, your in for some surprises. (IDEA --->) Now why didn't Sonicwall integrate the same technology within their firewalls as they do the SonicPoints? (Internal SonicPoint in otherwords) Then IF I had a TZ215W and I wanted to deploy or extend my range with more SonicPoints, then I wouldn't have a gap or transfer of coverage between devices. There is nothing more frustrated than committing to a model and then you find out later, "Well, that's not exactly going to work well. If you wanted to go wireless, you should have just bought a standard firewall and then installed SonicPoints." What is says to me is -- if you out grow your existing TZ215W, Sonicwall will want to you purchase another model and then deploy your SonicPoints. What?? I already have wireless, why would I want to move to a standard TZ215 just because I have a need to now deploy SonicPoints? What does everyone else know, hear or see about this? Was this Dell rep right on or are there flaws in what he said? This paints a dark picture which makes people begin to think this was a deliberate move by Sonicwall to generate more profit, rather than put together a well integrated solution. Yes, that's an assumption, but in either case the Dell customer ends up holding the bag. --LANMAN
Would it be worth considering positioning a chrome based desktop for countries that still need desktops such as call centers and such that primarily are always connect to the internet anyway.