I would love to see new desktop and laptop displays offering resolutions of 3840x2400 or 3840x2560. My own preference would be for the next revision of the U30xx to be a 30" display with a 3840x2400 resolution. I would also immediately purchase an XPS 15 if it had a 16:10 aspect ratio; instead, I'm waiting for the next MacBook Pro.The relatively low pixel density is the only thing keeping me from purchasing a U3014, but I also really don't want to buy a 16:9 display. Looking around online, I see a lot of other people complaining about the proliferation of 16:9 displays, but nobody except Apple and Microsoft seems to be doing anything about it. Apple's extremely popular MacBook Pro line uses very high resolution 16:10 displays, and Microsoft's Surface, Surface Pro, and Surface Book devices all use 3:2 displays. These choices seem to be very popular in reviews; Apple and Microsoft are both praised for choosing an aspect ratio that is more appropriate for computing.Why can't we have these options on the desktop? Nobody at all is offering a 16:10 display at 3840x2400. The highest resolution available for a desktop display at 16:10 is 2560x1600. The only way to get a higher 16:10 resolution is to get a much smaller screen while buying a MacBook Pro. That's terrible. And it's also exactly what I'm going to end up doing, although that won't fill my need for a high resolution 16:10 desktop monitor.Why can't Dell do the same thing? Speaking for myself, I would pay a premium to get an XPS 15 with a 2880x1800 or (better yet) a 2880x1920 display, or the 4k resolutions 3840x2400 or 3840x2560. Instead, I'll be waiting until Apple releases a new Skylake MacBook Pro. It's not OS X or the Apple brand that attracts me to the MacBook Pro (I've always used Windows in the past); the only reason they'll be getting my money is that their hardware comes with a more sensible display. I wish other vendors would give us these options.
Make a laptop like the Microsoft book but more powerful, in the screen side put the procesador, storage and also all the communication anntena and in the keybord side put two graphic card . One thing that have to be important, mantain slim factor in both side.
Design Changes:1. Center the Webcam Camera. Move the screen a little lower, to make a tiny room for a webcam camera at the top. Make the camera an IR Camera to support for Windows Hello. Also, make the Dell Logo below the screen just a reflective material so it would not take up too much space so that the screen can be moved lower. Or, just make the Dell Logo below the screen just a reflective material, and put the webcam camera somewhere in the middle in the letter "E"2. There are too few USB ports for most power users. From Left to Right, the ports should be: Left Side: AC PowerUSB 3.0 with PowerShareHDMI 2.0USB Port (eSATA / USB 3.1 / USB 2.1) [+ if possible, added functionality to flash BIOS from USB using special software]Battery Gauge Button and Indicator Right SIde (from left to right): SD / SDHC / SDXC Card Slot (+Included microSD to SD Card Adapter, can also be used to plug the slot to prevent dust from going inside)Headphone Jack (combined Audio + Mic)2x USB Port (2x USB 3.0 / USB 3.0 + USB 2.0)Thunderbolt 3 PortKensington Lock Slot 3. A full-sized Keyboard with NumPad. Add a NumPad, seperate the Page Up, Page Down, Home, End buttons from the Arrow Keys and put them on the top of the NumPad beside the Delete Key. Also, Make the Arrow Keys whole and reduce the length of the Right Shift Key to give space for the Up Key. Hardware Changes: Lowest Version: CPU: 6th Gen Intel Core i3-5157UWindows 10 Home4GB / 8GB RAM256GB / 512GB / 1TB Hard DriveNO Nvidia GPU -- Intel Iris Graphics 610048WHr / 56WHr 3-Cell Li-Ion Battery Highest Version: CPU: 6th Gen Intel Core i7-6820HQWindows 10 Pro16GB / 32GB RAM1TB / 2TB SATA3 [Samsung EVO] SSD / 512GB PCIe SSD960M / 970M Nvidia Mobile GPU84WHr 4-Cell Li-Ion Battery or more Included Accessories Changes: A [microfiber] cloth that can be used to clean off grease from the surface [soft touch paint, carbon fiber, glass screen] of the laptopA microSD to SD Card Adapter, can also be used to plug the SD Card slot to prevent dust from going inside
1. Configure a Windows machine to run .NET only. 2. Use my Hidden Desktop library for all API calls. 3. Add a security interface to the above libraryThat would secure all API calls to the O/S with the logged in user. That same interface might allow logging as well. I think the above could be completed in a couple weeks.
Hello,I am Pathik Patel working as Assistant Professor in an Engineering College. My first suggestion is that as "Dell Vostro" are business laptops still I have never seen that product with Intel i7 Processor why? and Dell Inspiron are home addition laptops but they come with up to i7 processor. One thing I want to ask that where the data computing is require with higher speed in business or home? Obviously in business, because number of softwares with high capacity of processing are to be used in business. Some of those are ANSIS, PTC CREO, Autodesk products, MATLAB etc. are some softwares which requires very high amount of storage space as well as high amount of processing speed. So I request Dell to launch Dell Vostro Laptops with Intel i7 Processor as well as with High Graphics Memory.Second suggestion is that as "Dell Inspiron" are budget laptops but it lack only with Antiglare Display So please launch all inspiron series with antiglare display. Because the LED Glare display distracts in light.Thank you
I am marketing student, and I spend lots of time watching comercials (for fun), to see whats out there, and some of the ideas that businesses have come up with. One of my favorite comercials with Dell is the Lollipop Campaign. If you could bring back that fun, upbeat style and made your laptops more inticing to the younger demographic I think it would help your brand gain, and retain customers as they grow up through their years. Dell's #1 thing that they have going for them is their ability to mass customize their laptops. You need to embrace that again, and really sing to your market! Go back to your basics! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-ijH3cRJ1BY
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.
The Alienware 13 R2 has since been redesigned since the R1 came out, now with an HDMI 2.0 and USB 3.1 Type C port. However there is now no longer a second digital video-out port. This is not too helpful for people who would like to hook up two monitors to their 13 R2 without using the Amplifier. Also the USB 3.0 port with PowerShare is gone. That one was very useful for high-power external devices and charging things while the laptop is off. My suggestions would be to include two digital video-outs (possible Mini DisplayPort like before) and make one of the USB 3.0 ports PowerSharing. Also it would be helpful if there were 4 total USB ports included because sometimes it's hard to get by with only 3.
Creative skins specific for Dell laptops are wanted by everyone who know how Dell laptops are made.