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I like it, but they would have to get their vendors like LG and Samsung to agree. Back in the day, IBM used to custom order screens for the Thinkpads, but this seems to be quit the task and I'm not sure if Dell has the bargaining position. Maybe if they can get a lot of people to be real vocal about it like a change.org pettition. But then there's supply and demand. Are you really going to pay an extra $240 to get an extra 240 extra pixels?
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Most people don't prioritize desktop or laptop computers over smart phones. To most people, their phone comes first and most don't need desktop or a laptop for internet because their phone can do that.
But, come the time when you need more flexibility than what a tablet or phone can provide, Dell will be there. Be it typing doccuments, maling a spreadsheet, writting code, 3D modeling, audio engineering, editing video, CAD work, photo editing or gaming.
Dell already offers affordable solutions with financing for basic computing. You can get a new machine for under $200. It's not going to be the best machine in the world, but it should get the job done. Yeah, sure it may need a RAM upgrade because 2GB of RAM isn't enough for a lot of tabs, (of which I should post an idea on) but you can contact sales and ask for a RAM upgrade to little aditional cost.