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 realy need such an Android tablet 7"-10" with FRONT Intel RealSense camera.
Screen Improvements: I'm struggling to spend less than $1300 on an Latitude E-Series laptop with a 15.6" screen that supports 1920 by 1080 resolution. Today's Samsung cell phones with a 5.1" screen supports 2,560x1,440 resolution and offers an OLED screen that's easier to read in day light. I really think you guys need to retool this product lineup. Everything with a 15"+ screen should support yesterdays 1080p resolution, especially in the business class. Video Conferencing improvements: The integrated webcam is terrible quality and the speakers in every E series I've owned seem to be an afterthought, they are very quite and crackle at medium sound levels. I think the speakerphone on my cell is at least 50% louder.
Very poor qualitity, our company bought two of these, motherboards failed on both just after 1 year when warranty was over. We looked at the motherboards, very cheap and poorly made motherboards. When we contacted Dell Tech support was horrible and we just got the run around from Dell. We will be looking ar other manufactures when we have to buy more notebooks.
In my lifemasters.co.za real team building interventions and high performaqnce culture change process, there is a lot of need for understanding the present reality and desired reality in different organisational And business dimensions. Personal Values, Team values, Trust levels, Corpor Culture characteristins, Feelings, conflicts, actions needed, accountability tracking, recognition, planning, team development; vision, values, structures, goals... etc... Need generic customisable app that runs on all devices to enter, analyse and track, share, and engage the people. life
Looking around most workstation setups, it’s curious to see how in this day and age things remain still so scattered. Then you realize that of all peripherals, the printers are omnipresent and most-importantly – always connected. And when you consider the size of average printer, it’s amazing nobody yet thought of integrating greater multifunctionality within all that estate.Thus - instead of mostly unatractive bland space-grabbing boxes, why not make a well-designed USB 3 device which connects to a computer via a single cable and serves not only as a printer & scanner but...... as an attractive central connection point, which can also display important references and alerts?Image above conceptualises All-In-One: • Printer/ scanner• Appointments Display (with data pulled from Google or system calendar)• Powered stereo speakers (USB or BT)• Clock with Internet weather• Display for SD card content• Printer touchscreen commands• Notifications display• USB hub with 3-4 powered slots• SD/ multicard reader• MP3 player Considering the number of hardware pieces such device would replace, it could sell at several times the price of an average printer, thus hopefully justifying its production/ support costs.Just a thought – but I'd certainly jump to buy one or three:)
Now that I am done getting my 2 year old back to bed after being woken up by loud beeping from my laptop due to a dead battery. I am reflecting on Dell's removal of audiable alarms on PERC cards some years ago that would alert the owner, particularly small business (20 or less employees), of their loss of data redundancy.Thus my idea is 2 parts:1) Make Dell products quieter by removing audiable alerts for issues on personal computers and laptops that are innocuous, or at the very least not going to result in a catostrophic loss of data.2) Bring back audiable alerts on PERC cards AND start implementing some sort of audiable alert on personal computers and laptops, for when a hard drive begins to start failing, hopefully giving the user a chance to backup their data.
Make different access levels for the cloud. For example, if there is an organization using the cloud there could be a public access level, semi-private, and private levels. Maybe the business owners want some files to be only accessible to a few. It would be best if any number of levels could be used.
we recently began switching to dell. mostly becasue we liked the design of the 11 3000 2 in 1 and the 13 7000in our field we use a computer a great deal, no computer has enough battery life. we use solar generator kits from goal zero but they are as costly as the machines we buy. we would like to see a slice battery option and charger for the batteries. hopefully these batteries could snap onto the bottom of the laptops or ultrabooks and could power them and be easily interchanged if need be. adding a port to maybe charge smart phones from the batteries would be a plus. weight for us wouldnt be much of an issue since the computers are only carried a short distance.
Hi,Will there be more USB3.0 ports on the E-Port Plus Port Replicator with USB 3.0?Seems to little to only include 2.Any particular reason for not including all ports?