I recently noticed that Ipads, Tablettes and Iphones do not have a usb connection. No usb sync no cables that require usb ports could be used. So I spliced some wires and invented a female usb adapter for Ipads, Tablettes and Iphones.Then I thought about how clunky it is to have a computer monitor a computer tower, and printer, scanner, fax machine. I decided that my adapters with the female usb should have an all in one printer fax and scanner. My Adapt to Print has a docking station that works with each of these adapters useing a male usb connection. Having all these adapters being able to be used on my Adapt a Print, I decided the docking station should be on a all in one that could fold up like a lap top. I also decided my Adapt a Print needed a keyboard, searching and pecking the letters on a tablette iphone ipad; takes to long. I truely beleave this product will be benifical for all types of customers, and save time and space by having one of my Adapt to Prints replace worn out towers, monitors and separate fax and scanner. The convience of an office in a simple compact all in on that adapts to any tablette, smart phone, or tablette. I do have some legal documentation, however doubt I would nead it.and I thank you in advance for the time and effort put into my Adapt to Print.Sincerely,Hayley Rouch
My last two computers have been the XPS 20 Inch all in One, purchased in 2007 and the XPS 2710, 27 inch, purchased in 2013. I observe that in the last 3 years NO MAJOR upgrade in components has really been made to this product. More or less the same specs are still on offer and nothing much to choose as an upgrade.I would like to see in the near future a new XPS 27 Inch with the following:6th Generation ProcessorUp to 2TB or 3 TB SSD Drive4K or 5K resolution screen or possibly an OLED screen monitorBetter casing parts (currently the chassis is made of truly cheap plastic that looks and feels like a child's toy) including the power button, very cheap plasticIn addition, I would like to see an option for a glass stand, just like the one that came with the XPS A2010. It was a wonderful, luxurious, executive looking stand that set the Dell apart from all the rest of the competition.
As a developer, it's very useful to have a column with dedicated keys with Home, End, PgUp and PgDown keys.Having to press the Fn key to access those fonctions is a deal break for me.
this way people can charge their phone without having to connect the phone to the PC by cable, if there's a shortage of power outlets near the pc workspace.you could also implement an nfc chip there so the phone will automatically pair to the pc.this could also be a safe and fast way to login to windows.
Dell xps 13 has a Fn-Esc toggle that locks Fn on and off. If you use that, you can use the Fn values of F1-F12 withous having to press.Fn at the same time.My idea is very simple: Please programme the keyboard so that the Fn-Esc works on the arrow keys down at the right of the keyboard as well. In that way the user will be able to page down (and up) with the right hand and have the left hand free - which can be very adwantagous.
Dell can manufacture computers that have a device the size of a webcam at the back which is able to project images displayed on the computer screen similar to a normal projector.
Hi,I work in the Logistics side of an I.t. company and i like getting involved with all the aspects, we were busy setting up for a client where we were using VGA Splitters to divide the display from one screen to 3 others then back to another splitter and so on and so forth. Honestly it caused a lot of loose cabling and looked extremely untidy.Is it not possible to install a Mini Splitter with one IN and one Out VGA or HDMI port? that way, we would just be able to run one cable in and another out, Eliminatiing the normal splitter, and making life more easier.
The title says it all, make the curved dell ultrawide with the high resolution panel flat please.I work in design and creation and the fact is, when i draw a straight line i like to see that line straight, not curved by the panel im viewing it on.
I would love to have a desktop pc but hate to have a monitor standing on my desk when not in use. I use my laptop and don't move it around so when not in use I turn down the screen and close the laptop. I wish there was a single keyboard-monitor unit that looked like a laptop that can fold closed, but plugged into the tower. Or have a fully functioning laptop that with a flip of the switch can become just a keyboard and screen, bypassing the internal hardrive to plug into the tower.I can't imagine it would be difficult to make a keyboard-screen that closes instead of a separate keyboard and stand up monitor. It would be no larger or heavier than a laptop so it would be convienant to close and move off the work surface. Sometime I end up using my Dell as a writing surface when it is closed. This new monitor keyboard unit could have a flat writing surface on the back of the monitor to be a work surface when closed. Well, thats my wish. Please pc people consider this idea! thanks
The macro keys on my Alienware laptop would be more useful if the TactX software could allow the assigned keystroke or macro to automatically repeat at a user-specified rate while the macro key is held down.