I would like to see a cheap 12.5" Latitude laptop with the following specifications:768p 12.5" IPS DisplayAMD A4-5000M or the A6-5200M6 cell or 9 cell batteryPriced below $600.It doesn't have to be ultrabook proportions.
I really like the xps12 laptop/tablet, however i think it can be better iy you add a second camera in the bottom part, so when user changes from laptop to tablet he can use the xps 12 as a "camera" like any other tablet, the camera could have a cover that user slides to get this function. I think this simple suggestion can make the difference with other similar laptops.
I am one of those numerous artist/illustrator who is eagerly waiting for a product ( preferbly AIO ie. Dell XPS one) where I can directly draw on screen with multi-touch capabilitesRight now we are stuck with a single company (Wacom) who is making similar products and their market domination remains strong only becase there is no other big company who is making these kind of products. Their CINTIQ line is not at all satisfactory in terms of cost, usability and convenience.CINTIQEXISTING DELL XPS ONEWhen I first saw the Dell XPS one, It looked almost perfect! for that use with only one lag.Stylus/pen!if Dell adds a pressure sensitive stylus/pen feature to the exisitng machine. A new maket will be open to harness and it'll relive those customers who are compromise on costly/worthless product which are not complete.Thanks Dell for proving a platform to share ideas!
Simple idea but possible worth something.... Use your face as your password. Similar to how Xbox Connect can sign in using just face structure. Sit in front of computer. Computer: "sit still please" Computer: "Welcome User ****" Computer: "Signing in your personal settings" This way users wont have to worry about resetting passwords or forgetting passwords... Offer typing passwords as override.
The ALIENWARE X 51 R2 is a much wanted and needed update, but I will dare to say that there is still room for improvement. The road to perfection is long and cumbersome and to get there one needs to do more than improve upon the internals of the model. So... Here are my suggestions for further refinement:_____________________________________________DESIGNMaintain the same design, but make the chassis a bit bigger and add more airflow holes with the same grill design as on the current unit. I go more in detail about this under ”COOLING”. Add metal instead of shiny plastic to improve the build quality of the front of the unit. Alternatively, the front can be made out of matte plastic instead. Shiny plastic is more prone to scratch marks and fingerprints and ruins the aesthetics of the ALIENWARE X51, in my opinion._____________________________________________PSUThis is the area that needs the most attention for the rest of the package to be possible. 330W is simply not enough for a power hungry gaming machine. A PSU does not need to become a behemoth in order to be able to offer more power. A bump to 600W would allow even a GTX 780 to be added, if the new unit is better at keeping the internals cool. If you managed to make your own 600W PSU with an even smaller form factor compared to the ones already out on the market, it would sure impress many people. Since small form factor PCs are becoming more and more popular, just look at HTPCs, it would be an investment.The 600W should be standard on every model to improve the upgradability and appeal to PC enthusiasts and PC builders. I thought of a more compact version of XG’s Magnum 600 without the LCD._____________________________________________COOLINGPlease use a combination of copper and graphene for cooling - its 25% more efficient and cheaper than copper! This will both save money and do a better job than copper alone can ever do. Adding the same mix to the cooling solution of the GPU would make sense. To make the unit quieter, add a more effective and quieter CPU fan and GPU fan. To top it off, make quality thermal compound a standard feature on ALIENWARE products. It would give a lot of positive PR and lower temperatures.Make the chassis a tad bigger for better airflow. Especially the area where the GPU is stationed should be a bit bigger so it is easier to fit a larger card there without it getting too tight and hot inside the case. The chassis could be 2 cm deeper and 2 cm higher without the size becoming a problem. There is also a possibility to get better airflow by adding hidden holes around the ALIENWARE FX areas on the side. It would be nice with several, new and hidden areas where air can enter the chassis._____________________________________________GPUWith this model, there will be enough power and good enough cooling for the customer to add at least a nVIDIA GTX 770, and maybe even a GTX 780, depending on how much the cooling has improved._____________________________________________SOUNDI know that ALIENWARE products come with MaxxAudio software, but in order to offer a better sound experience, hardware is needed. A small chip from e.g. Creative or ASUS on the motherboard or a small, added chip would do wonders and make sense as this system is meant for serious gaming while offering HTPC possibilities._____________________________________________
Could you get in contact of somebody and make a 3.5 inch ssd that would fit for desktop computers. this would increase the speeds and storage by ALOT! i dont get why nobody has done it before :Sfeel free to comment :D
This is a Desktop cabinett/case that ive been working on for about 3 months now and ive finlay come to finish it and i think it would be really cool for a Gaming cabinett. it has good looks and i think most gamers would love to buy one just for looks (its missing some features like the cd rooms and such because i dont know how to make those they are quite hard to do) ive placed most of the fan positions and stuff so yeah hope you enjoy :Dplease please PLEASE see this dell :D love you.P.S! the computer cabinett is way oversized and does not have a regular size. it needs adjusting!)at the time when i was beginning on this i did not know what measurements to use and it turned out to be alot less that i had anticipated soo... if you were to make this you would probably have to resize it. unless you would want it to be able to run 2-3 motherboards :S i think 2 is max upwards. well send me an email if you want the Save file for it :D
Wonder if you can include inbuild buletooth in desk top also.
My idea is to develope an inbuilt projector in the laptop itslef, which will help the carrier of the laptop to present the contents in laptop without an external projector and this will also help him to present anywhere having a white surface / background. Laptop will have an inbuild speaker, which is audiable at a reasonable distance.
this is a monitor i designed and it needs some tweaking like internals and such, this is only a external design because i dont know how to design internals so if this ever was to come into production someone would have to create those. i put 4 hdmi ports, 3 usb 3.0 ports and 3 thunderbolt ports to maimize the limits of what you can possibly do with it ( if its too many you can just remove some i dont care :D) anyway hope you like it :D please see it dell :)