So I was just about to log into my computer to complete a homework assignment when I though to myself, my password is incredibily too long. What if there were a way to get in and out the computer faster without having to type out the full password? Suggestion What if Dell can incorporate the finger print technology used in most smartphones today into the trackpad of the computer? So when a user needs to quickly acess the computer they can simply press their finger onto a designated area of the trackpad and the computer scans the finger print to allow quick acess to the computer. It would be a really cool feautre that I wouldn't mind having on my computer simply because I wouldn't have to type out my password everytime when logging on to use the computer. I think if possible this could be a really cool and unique feature to incorporate into a design of a laptop.
We need to be able to type faster !! (ok, please excuse, I'm testing :)
Categories: Accessories (Keyboards, etc.),
Can you please make 15.6" laptops that don't have numeric keypads? As a programmer and writer, numeric keypads make it much harder to type as it makes the all the other keys pushed to the left, along with the enter key being in the middle of the keyboard so it's harder to find and the trackpad being pushed to the left so it's harder to use the mouse. I haven't used a numeric keypad in years and everyone else I know hasn't used them in over 10 years.As 99.9% of new laptops have numeric keypads nowadays after hours of searching online, I had to buy a used laptop off eBay that doesn't have one, resulting in Dell losing money.
Generally PC, except it convenient 11inchi following items or tablet PC to mobile, consider that it is often used on a desk. If you want to use on the desk, even be forgiven if it is about SD card, type the tray comes out next, such as a CD, you will need a space for that. If the documents are working to put a lot near, it is very inconvenient that movement is required.Therefore, the slot and the CD tray of SD card, I would like attached to the operator side. Also, if possible, microphone, earphone jack, jack of cables, such as USB is, to horizontal is preferred, so as not to interfere with the mouse operation, I want attached to as much as possible the screen closer.I'm sorry to be able to have the appropriate English expression.
For business or personal trip, I always carry a laptop and a cell phone. I have had several wireless mouse(s), but I have broken the small USB connector several times. BUT, if you had an app that would link your cell phone to your laptop/computer and use your cell as a mouse, you would never need a traditional mouse again. For travel this would be perfect. I use the mouse pad on my Dell laptop all the time, I am so used to using a mouse at work, its a hard transition.
What if there were buttons that slide through files. Start with two buttons:forward and backward. You press backward and you see the last file that was used. Press forward and it goes back to the other file. It would allow for reaching files fast. If you do not remember the name of the file these button will help you find it.
Why not incorporate a mini projector on the side of a Tablet while using the touch screen to be used as a touch keyboard and a mouse allowing the user to use any white background such as a wall inside of a hotel or a motel, the technology is advanced enough and it is a feasible idea but surprised nobody has came up with it yet.
Please design a system such a brush or fan to clean under keyboard things like hair or anythnig, automatically or manually. As each laptop has its own kind of keyboard, for example mine is M1330 XPS, I can’t find a brush or hair drier or anything to clean it. If Dell can add it in the package of laptop it can become a value for preference.
I've been looking to buy these, but can't find that they exist. My rack-mount KVM tray has an arm with 3 joins that hold the cables and keep them secure when the tray is opened or closed. All of my servers, which have the power cord, network cable, and KVM cable do not have something similar, so the cables are not neat. It just needs to go from where one of the rails mounts to the back of the server and have clips that will hold the cables in place when the server is pulled out and pushed back in. Tricky part would be mounting to the server, but maybe an empty PCI card cover slot could be used.
How about making laptop docks so that the laptop site vertically? When at my primary office I always use dual monitors, USB keyboard and mouse, external speaker and mic. If my laptop could be docked vertically I could stash it behind my monitors. Since my monitors are in the corner I have wasted desk space that would be perfect for a vertical laptop dock.