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New computers list of order of important things to do and the order to do them

Nov 21, 2014

1 Vote

Status: Acknowledged

This idea could be applied to a number of different activities, but should be included in PAPER form or as an intro spash screen on every computer..."Excited about your new computer?  We know you want to jump right in, but these are extremely important things you should do RIGHT AWAY, and in this order..."  I honestly don't know what the steps should be, but the average car manual does a better job of telling you how to break in an engine, and what the maintenance schedule should be.These all have to be done, but in what sequence?  Set up password, connect to internet, set up security, make back-up, system image, boot media, etc.  Buying a computer is very confusing and stressful without the need to be.   I have repasted my cpu, vacuumed the ports, updated drivers sporadically and randomly, stumbling along spending hours finding this basic and real world information on the internet.  The vast majority of us are not techincal gurus, and hate not having it made clear what we are supposed to do from the manufacturer.  Nine times out of 10 I end up looking at some 15 year old kid's You Tube Video to figure this stuff out.  

1 Votes | 0 Comment

Categories: Desktops and Laptops, Education, Service and Support,

Dell {MultiTouch : MultiTouch Region} Drafting Tablet

Nov 21, 2014

1 Vote

Status: Acknowledged

Dell {MultiTouch : MultiTouch Region} Drafting TabletDell Precision Tablet Operating System:MS Windows 10Ubuntu Screen:Screen Aspect Ratio: 16 x 10Screen Size: 16.0" X x 10.0" YScreen Resolution: 2560 X x 1600 Y at 60 HZPixel Per Inch (PPI): 160.0Contrast Ratio: 2000 : 1          (Native)2_000_000 : 1     (Dynamic)Viewing Angle:    {176° X : 176° Y}Screen Backlight: Local Dimming Full-Array LEDPanel Type, Surface: IGZO LCD, In-plane switching... Touch Specifications:Multi Touch: 16 PointMulti Touch Regions: 4 Regions  Stylus Specifications:Stylus: 2048 levels of Stylus pressure sensitivity and tilt recognitionAn Assortment of Styluses : Stylus Grips : Stylus NibsCompatible with Dell {MultiTouch : MultiTouch Region} Drafting Display ... CPU:Intel Broadwell GPU: Nvidia Memory:{16 GB : 32 GB} RAM 1600 MHZ Hard Drive:Sata 3.0: {256 GB : 512 GB : 1024 GB} Wireless Connectivity:Intel Dual Band Wireless-AC 7265 (802.11ac 2x2)Bluetooth 4.0 I/O Ports:USB  3.0: 4HDMI 2.0: 1DisplayPort 1.2 | 1.3: 1Microphone: 1Headphone:  1{SD : SDHC : SDXC} UHS 1.0 | 2.0: 1UFS (Universal Flash Storage): 1 {BIOS : UEFI}Enable Disk Imaging to an {SD : UFS} Card (OS)Enable Booting From an {SD : UFS} Card Sensors:3-Axis Accelerometer3-Axis Gyroscope3-Axis Magnetometer Audio:Internal Stereo Speakers||{Internal : External} Piezoelectric Speaker External Finish:Matte Black External Design:Front: FlatBack:  FlatCorners: Curved Dimensions: X:       x cmY:       y cm Depth:   [2.00 .. 2.50] cmWeight:  [4.00 .. 5.00] lbs 

1 Votes | 0 Comment

Categories: Education, Gaming, Mobile Devices,

Dell {MultiTouch : MultiTouch Region} Drafting Display

Nov 19, 2014

1 Vote

Status: Acknowledged

Dell {MultiTouch : MultiTouch Region} Drafting Display Display: Viewable Size (X x Y):28.00" X x 15.75" Y Aspect Ratio: Widescreen (16:9) Panel Type, Surface: IGZO LCD, In-plane switching... Resolution:3840 x 2160 at 60 Hz   Contrast Ratio: 2000 : 1          (Native Contrast Ratio)2_000_000 : 1     (Dynamic Contrast Ratio) Viewing Angle: (176° vertical / 176° horizontal) Backlight Technology: Local Dimming Full-Array LED Display Type: Widescreen Flat Panel Display  Connectivity:2 HDMI Port       v2.02 DisplayPort     v1.2 | v1.32 USB Ports       v3.0 Touch Specifications:Multi Touch: 10 Point | 16 PointMulti Touch Regions: 4 Regions  Stylus Specifications:Stylus: 1024 | 2048 levels of Stylus pressure sensitivity and tilt recognitionAn Assortment of Styluses : Stylus' Grips : Stylus Nibs... Purpose:ArtDraftingTouch Screen Games

1 Votes | 3 Comments

Categories: Education, Gaming, Small Business,

PANTALLA HD TOUCH

Sep 29, 2014

1 Vote

Status: Acknowledged

Opino que en las condiciones tecnológicas actuales, podemos hacer grandes negocios utilizando el internet, pues no necesitamos tener grandes infraestructuras, capitales ni utilizar complejos, canales de distribución para desarrollar negocios nacionales e incluso internacionales para llegar a su cliente final, Dell ha crecido por su capacidad de memoria, procesador y condiciones favorables a precio asequible pero yo solicitaría que Dell fabrique una mini laptop lo más delgada posible con pantalla HD touch y con el procesador más rápido del mercado yo como estudiante es lo que necesito. Esta idea de implantar una pantalla HD en las computadoras portátiles puede permitir a los usuarios utilizar sus portátiles para más funciones sin comprometer el rendimiento de la computadora portátil.Translation added by moderator:I believe that in the current technology, we can do big business using the internet because we do not need large infrastructure capital or use complex distribution channels to develop national and even international business to reach your end customer, Dell has grown its memory capacity, processor and favorable affordability conditions but I would request that Dell manufactures a mini laptop as thin as possible with HD touch screen and the fastest processor market as a student is what I need. This idea of introducing an HD display on laptops can allow users to use their laptops for more features without compromising the performance of the laptop.

1 Votes | 1 Comment

Categories: Desktops and Laptops, Education,

Idea for Dell Products learning website

Sep 21, 2014

1 Vote

Status: Acknowledged

Hi Friends,i want suggest to start about dell products based learning website such as like microsoftvirtualacademy.com and wduniversity.com. Sorry for compare other websties. But, its really need for develop and enhance our products knowledge in Dell. For an example, the western digital company promote their products and design, specification and how to use etc., are teach by wduniversity.com. It is very helpful to know about their products and understand what we need and which one suitable for every customer. As like as We need same and enhance the same system to start with Dell products. I suggest like what are laptop,storage, servers, models and   available in dell  and what our dell devices specification  which one is suitable for normal people and advanced people how to handle their own laptops  learner points and grades special prizes for learner 

1 Votes | 8 Comments

Categories: Education,

a tablet for students

Sep 16, 2014

2 Votes

Status: Acknowledged

Hello, my name is Oscar and I am a fulltime student while working a fulltime job. I sleep more in my car than I do in my bed. I also spend more time on my tablets than anything else. My tablets allow me to do my homework and they also entertain me. When I’m not doing my school work im using my tablet to read or watch some movies but I mostly do work. I have two tablets, a Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 and a Nook HD+. I use my Note more often than my HD+ because it’s my daily carry but I enjoy the HD+ over the Note.I carry the note due to its ability to write. The tablet itself is atrocious, slow, and just awful to use but it has a stylus which I need to take notes. The tablet was sort of a gift so at least I didn’t spend any of my money but regardless of that fact I still feel like I over paid! On the other hand I love using my HD+ for reading because it has not only a great HD screen with the right dimensions, it has a great battery life. For this reason I use it for reading not only my textbooks, but my comic books and magazines.It just so happens that I was looking for a new tablet when I stumbled on an article regarding the Dell Venue 8 7000 and was awestruck. Now I have to clarify, it wasn’t the tablet that struck me (although it is pretty epic) but it was the fact that dell was putting this much effort into a tablet. The 7000 reminded me of the Huawei MediaPad X1 which is the tablet that I was looking to buy due to its aesthetics and great battery.So, what’s my idea? My idea is that Dell should make a tablet aimed at students. A slim yet powerful tablet designed to fulfill the needs of a student’s daily needs. I believe that the Dell Venue 8 7000 would fit the need if it had a few adjustments. HD 4:3 screen aspect ratio which would make it ideal for reading textbooks. Stylus support. Expandable Memory slot. Huge battery for long school and work days. Now these suggestions might not seem like much but for many like me it would mean the world. There are many apps on the android market that are designed to help us students out but they are useless without the proper hardware to run them on. I hope that my idea is at least considered even if my suggestions are ignored. At least that way I would feel like someone might create a product that would be of benefit for us.

2 Votes | 4 Comments

Categories: Education, Mobile Devices,

Random Acts of Laptop

Jul 29, 2014

1 Vote

Status: Acknowledged

I have mentored a lot of people in programming, software development, and business. I found that efforts invested in explaining things to others led to getting better understanding of those things myself. I've had numerous successes and some 'failures'. 'Failure' in this sense meaning that the individuals either lost interest or didn't pursue it. Successes include a single mom with 2 kids, a 20 year old whose worldly possessions fit in a plastic garbage bag, and two kids that were still finishing high school, although a year late.I have three laptop computers, one with a dead battery and two that are Windows XP and therefore pretty much useless. As a developer, I would need a fairly advanced machine to code cross-platform apps, etc. 'Advanced' meaning multi-core, 4GB Ram, Terabyte Drive, advanced graphics, Windows 8.1, etc. In thinking about this, I realized I would be using this for mentoring - hanging out at pizza joints and coffee shops instructing people on Visual Studio, C#, Xamarin, Microsoft Access, or whatever. I had thought of the idea of crowd-funding the purchase based on 'community involvement'. One of my favorite haunts is the Austin C++ Meetup group - this is where I have encountered some of the people I've mentored recently.  Others have come from Craigslist or LinkedIn.I was reading a story on 'random acts of pizza', and I keyword searched 'random acts of laptop'. Nothing comes up. The idea is that people tell their story of community involvement, describe the specifications for a laptop (could be other equipment as well) that would advance their efforts, and put this story up for funding.  In my situation, the 'rewards' offered at various funding levels would be donations of hours to either specific non-profit organizations or as mentoring to individuals.  These would follow up with the funders with information on their progress or with the 'deliverable', perhaps a web page or app.Dell (and other vendors, such as those providing productivity tools or development platforms) might offer to 'sweeten the pot' if certain funding targets are reached.  Some of this, needless to say, would involve shameless promotion.I do contract work at a particular hourly rate - a fully configured laptop might cost in the area of 40 hours of my time at my rate (before tax withholding). It's unlikely that I could do all that much for a non-profit as far as software development in 40 hours - I would point out that such funding would 'be applied to' a project for a non-profit, but unless the project was trivial, it wouldn't be 'complete'. I probably spend 100 to 200 hours a year on mentoring. Many crowdfunding sites now expect the fund seekers to more fully disclose risks and other caveats. In my case at least, my hours would be 'repaid' at something pretty close to 'minimum wage'.

1 Votes | 4 Comments

Categories: Desktops and Laptops, Education, New Product Ideas,

Dual Camera Laptop

Jul 19, 2014

2 Votes

Status: Acknowledged

Designed for college student use, a student equipped with a dual sided camera on his or her laptop can record valuable information presented in each class lecture. Students will be able to review the lecture as many times as they need with such technology. This idea will greatly benefit students if they take a little more time to process information. 

2 Votes | 1 Comment

Categories: Accessories (Keyboards, etc.), Desktops and Laptops, Education,

Make Keyboard With BackLight providing LED'S....

Jul 17, 2014

4 Votes

Status: Acknowledged

when im doing my educational work,projects....etc at night and electricity is gone...that time really i dont understand that why shoudn't dell giving backlight keyboards...not only dell but all manufacturers...  Dear Dell im Indian Student...in INDIA is shining and rising but couldn't provide 24*7 electricity to each and every village...it's reality...but you can provide just litt'le LED to our laptops...!  Other laptop componies like hp,lenovo,apple providing backlight keyboards...also your parent product alienware 17 having such facility...!  but every student like m can't by alienware not nly student not only indian peoples for everyone you should think on my problem...  this is chance to Enhance...!

4 Votes | 2 Comments

Categories: Accessories (Keyboards, etc.), Desktops and Laptops, Education,

STUDENT pen (pen+tablet+cell phone)

Jun 4, 2014

1 Vote

Status: Acknowledged

A basic need for all students. During a lecture student may want to note down the lectures simply, or he may need to search some information online,or just make a call maybe. Sso one and one solution is the student pen-a normal pen but a modified one because you wont need to take out ur cellphone or tablet specifically...it's all in one .FEATURES: Attached tablet screen  at the end of pen such placed that when you hold the pen normally it faces upward like towards my face so that i can do my work while holding it normally. A front camera needs to be there also. keypad/touch cover sliding. now it can be placed at any position it depends for e.g i'll say ot's better to place it at right so that if u hold the pen with left hand you can type easily with right one (for right handers), for left handers they can hold with right hand and type with left hand because that keypad needs to slide at both sides so that it can meet the needs of all. Typical cell phone features: calls and sms etc memory card and sim card insert space A camera at the elongated portion of pen so that you hold it straight and take pics of lectures ,etc. i have attached an image but i couldn't explain much better there because it needs to be a 3-D version. I am a medical student and i really think that this modified pen is going to be something great for students and for business purpose as well, if my small idea turns into a reality. please let me know what you people think :)

1 Votes | 2 Comments

Categories: Education, New Product Ideas,

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