This is kind of a left field idea, but I thought I'd post it to see what other people thought. The idea is for a gaming watch. I know Alienware have partnered with Fossil to put out a watch in the past...but this is a little bit different. I wish I could render a concept image, but I don't have the tools necessary for that, so I'll try and paint a picture. My vision for this is a sports type watch with a reasonably large circular LCD display, kinda like the moto 360 but cooler and a little more sporty and maybe a glowing/lit up ring around the main physical button on the side.The watch could tell time (obviously) but it could also interact with some games. Take Battlefield 4 as an example. The watch could link up with BF4 and maybe have it display a users K/D on the LCD screen, so rather than hitting tab all the time, you could just glance at your really cool looking watch and see your K/D.Again, this is just an idea....I guess logistically it's a little tricky to do and plus there's nothing stopping other smart watches from implementing something similar - if they wanted to but I thought I'd get the ball rolling on gaming wearables --- what do you think ? ? : )
Dell doesn't have a wide variety of cases, sleeves, or shells available for their laptops so they should consider expanding into this sector to better provide for their consumers. Due to the lack of selection available through Dell, consumers are more likely to buy from an outside source. If Dell were to create a partnership with a company that produced cases, sleeves, and shells then they could sell them through the Dell website. This partnership could improve the lack of colour options and variety of products offered in terms of accessories. This would make the consumers experience better as they would be able to get all their laptop necessities straight from Dell.
I believe that the computer industry needs more color. Either more assesorie options to personalize your computer or laptop, or have colorful options without loosing a powerful computer. Who agrees?
Hello. This idea I feel could revolutionize the laptop industry, and set Dell as an industry leader on all areas. Dell could design a laptop with a small wifi modem installed directly into the laptop. This technology would be similar to the rogers hotstick, in while the wifi would get a signal from a large tower, and generate instant fast wifi to the laptop.
Creative skins specific for Dell laptops are wanted by everyone who know how Dell laptops are made.
I used to love the fact that Alienware used to have different colours for their laptops (black/grey and red) and I was thinking about suggesting that they make a black, silver and white laptop but then thought - what would really allow users to customise their gaming machine to the extent where it's really personal. Now that the backplate (with the 2 angled leds) is metallic on all their systems...it presents the opportunity to create interchangable lids or back plates or whatever you want to call it. - you could have game specific lids - limited edition - custom ? .... etc ---remember the nvidia shield (original) and its interchangable lid ......kinda like that....I know there are vinyls on the market...but I've never been a big fan of sticking a sticky sticker on any of my electronics (other than a screen protector) below are a couple of examples I would love to hear your thoughts : )Image Credits: http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/41DPpXE40bL._SY300_.jpghttp://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51m3uukm1oL._SY300_.jpghttp://www.decalrus.com/1181237-349084-thickbox/2013-alienware-17-173-screen-skin-set-2013alienware17-13.jpg
In notebooks purchased with ubuntu linux, the keyboard has a button with the Windows symbol. My idea: Replace the symbol of Windows with a symbol of ubuntu / linux (or a generic symbol that can be used by any operating system).
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So Lenovo has the Q190, HP has the Pavilion Mini and Stream desktops. Would Dell mind putting Windows on a Chomebox? I remember not too long ago, Dell had a Inspiron HTPC that came with a rather nice HTPC remote but was quickly abandoned.Could that concept be resurrected but with Windows 8.1/10 and a keyboard similar to the Logitech K400 or DiNovo Mini?I have a Lenovo Q190 but the lack of Dell quality driver support and choice of hardware is very diappointing.