Hi,I work in the Logistics side of an I.t. company and i like getting involved with all the aspects, we were busy setting up for a client where we were using VGA Splitters to divide the display from one screen to 3 others then back to another splitter and so on and so forth. Honestly it caused a lot of loose cabling and looked extremely untidy.Is it not possible to install a Mini Splitter with one IN and one Out VGA or HDMI port? that way, we would just be able to run one cable in and another out, Eliminatiing the normal splitter, and making life more easier.
I would love to have a desktop pc but hate to have a monitor standing on my desk when not in use. I use my laptop and don't move it around so when not in use I turn down the screen and close the laptop. I wish there was a single keyboard-monitor unit that looked like a laptop that can fold closed, but plugged into the tower. Or have a fully functioning laptop that with a flip of the switch can become just a keyboard and screen, bypassing the internal hardrive to plug into the tower.I can't imagine it would be difficult to make a keyboard-screen that closes instead of a separate keyboard and stand up monitor. It would be no larger or heavier than a laptop so it would be convienant to close and move off the work surface. Sometime I end up using my Dell as a writing surface when it is closed. This new monitor keyboard unit could have a flat writing surface on the back of the monitor to be a work surface when closed. Well, thats my wish. Please pc people consider this idea! thanks
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.
The macro keys on my Alienware laptop would be more useful if the TactX software could allow the assigned keystroke or macro to automatically repeat at a user-specified rate while the macro key is held down.
The macro keys on my Alienware laptop would be more useful if the TactX software could allow assignment of mouse clicks as keystrokes or macro steps.
Let's make a LED backlit keyboard that turns on when the light sensors detect dark. It would be very useful for those who works in night with no lights.
A glossy screen would show the increased pixel detail on a 4K display better. Maybe a production batch of a glossy version of Dell's 4K monitor, the P2715Q.Matte vs. glossy screens can be a topic with strong opinions on each side. I think a screen is best suited to its environment, and users with controlled lighting might prefer this monitor. As I see it: The antiglare screen, by the nature of its antiglare finish, has a thin matte plastic top coat over glass, creating a fuzzy texture to the image. A glossy screen has no such layer, just a perfectly flat glass or plastic top layer. If outside glare is controlled, glossy screens' clearer surface could pass a clearer image of the pixels beneath.
Categories: Accessories (Keyboards, etc.),
I have been using Logitech trackball mice (most recently the M570) for nearly 16 years now, and like them much better than normal mice. Updates on them have been sparse. The M570 is a nice upgrade over previous models with the extra buttons by the index finger, but it would be nice to have one with even more buttons, as well as on-the-fly sensitivity adjustment.But the one issue that has always plagued them is lack of extreme precision. I believe I know the cause, and have a solution. Since switching to optical tracking, Logitech has been using small metal balls of some type (they look like very small ball bearings) that are fixed to the body of the mouse to support the trackball. I believe Microsoft units were the same way. This works well enough for normal use, as the friction is fairly minimal, but when you need extreme precision, it is impossible because the friction is just enough that it causes a slight "jerkiness" when that level of precision is needed. The issue is further compounded as during use, dirt and body oils tend to collect on the metal balls, adding even more friction. I believe supporting the trackball on moving parts of some type (such as the wheels the old mechanical versions had) would assist greatly in this area.So in summary, I would love to see a new thumb-operated trackball with more buttons, and greater precision.
Categories: Accessories (Keyboards, etc.),
Try plugging computer into external monitor with HDMI cord. If computer shows on monitor screen then you know you have to get a new screen and install it. Nothing wrong with computer.
I think all premium laptops should come with a free bag. We are spending a ton of money that has no protection. I think that dell should offer a free bag with a computer purchase!