Please, if you could make some Alienware branded peripherials that'd be great. I mean, serious peripherials, because there are three of them: Tactx mouse, Tactx keyboard and Tactx headset, and after a little research I realised that those aren't that good. There isn't even a mouse for left- handed people. So please, give us more options when it's time to buy gaming accessories.
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...!
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.
I do own a Dell M3800 mobile workstation. Only a USB docking station, which, let's face it, is a joke (sorry). In particular, the video over USB with gives a very limited resolution that is just not adequate for any workstation use.What should the docking station feature:- 4K display support (preferably twice), like for the Dell ones.- Gigabit Ethernet- Optical Audio Out- Power connector to charge notebook- single cable to notebook (preferabbly not a docking connector, more like a USB cable)- Thunderbolt connector to allow external PCY Express and other devices- Really great would naturally be wireless with induction-based charging.
I have been a medical transcriptionist for 35 years. What is really need is a truly split keyboard that can be attached either to the chair or chair arms, can be adjusted by height, inclination/declination of each side, and have a swivel adjustment to accomnodate each user's preferences. I believe that this would positively impact the user ergonomically by allowing them to sit back in the chair without losing space for "reaching out" to the keyboard. This could either be a wireless system or have a cable connecting the 2 sides that can be unplugged from one another. I plan on working for another 20 years and would like to see a device like this to aid people in my profession and keep them working. The only thing I ask is if you decide to work on this device that I be allowed to beta test before it goes into production. Thanks for your input.
I hate wasting a USB port to this Logitech Unifying Adapter, but I love the functionality. There's no reason why it shouldn't be built in though. Whatever goes into this little nano-sized adapter could easily be built into all Dell laptops. And it would be a great partnership between Dell and Logitech I think... 2 complimentary companies at the top of their fields. In fact, Dell should probably just buy Logitech at some point. But that's a different discussion.My coworkers and I love being able to move our laptops between home and work and travel and connect to all devices seamlessly with one, little adapter. Let's get rid of the adapter now and just make it internal. Thanks for listening!
Do not use inferior products in your systems. Charge a little more, people want quality.Example: Dell Venue 8 5MP camera is of poor quality Asus Talbet 5 MP camera beautifulDell Venue was purchased as it had 5 MP camera, I am embarrassed as I have to give it as a present and it does not have the quality which was implied in the description. Speakers are easy, just replace with head set. Other than that the tablet isperfect. So, why ruin a good thing!! I read a lot of complaints about the parts that are not good quality!!!If you want to be the best, you have to provide the best - makes sense does it not!!!
14 Inch laptops are still popular as they are not as bulky as 15.6 and not small like the 13.3 (especially for grown-ups)And I know they are popular as they are almost never on sale :)Obvious things: i5 and i7 U processors (ultrabooks remember) Optional SSD (Standard can be those hybrids) Optional backlit keyboards (standard would be awesome) Things we DON'T need: Optical Drive Expansion port ( on the side) - docks are still cool though Things we do need : Graphics Card (mid range) not for intense gaming but light games and image/video editing. Also good for students who work with 3D software (GT740M at least) The removable back from the new inspiron 5000 series (AWESOME) Under 2kgs (4.5lbs) 5 hour+ Battery (for real) 3+ USB 3.0 ports only (what's witht he USB2.0 still lingering around) Output to two monitors (Display Port / HDMI + VGA / HDMI) Good vents to keep things cool (lap-top) BONUS ROUND: Decent speakers (And I mean awesome speakers) Optional touchscreen and fingerprint scanners Under 1.8kgs (4lbs) 7 Hour+ Battery (for real) optical toslink with 5.1 audio Optional Anti-glare (non-reflective) IPS FHD display SECRET HIDDEN BOSS ROUND Magical dust removal button for cleaning out vents and fan Crysis at 120 fps in 3D
I dont know about you guys but I would like to ditch my Logitech wireless keyboard for an Alienware branded wireless keyboard with a backlight. Its mostly all about the aesthetics but I like my stuff to match. A wireless mouse to match wouldn't go amiss either.
The tablets on the market run either a variant of iOS, Windows 8 or Android operating system and they are powered by some pretty good cpu and graphical chips, but the apps don't match the capabilities of true desktop or cloud applications and they still rely on android apps or a citrix-like connection to log into a desktop or server type pc or access true computing power.Most users will not need anything more than what the typical tablet will provide, but what if you have power users that want a portable computing solutions that rivals a laptop or desktop pc?What if by using blue tooth or wifi connectivity and a portable touchscreen, you were able to be mobile within a building or other environment and have the hardware capability of a desktop pc or server, but the mobility of a tablet? The tablet becomes a mobile display where the primary hardware is for establishing connectivity and a powerful gpu and usb interfaces so you can run full Windows 7, Linux, iOS, etc and not lite versions or an emulation of a desktop pc through layers of citrix and other remote desktop software?The portable touchscreen could dedicate its resources to non-storage or computing needs and use the technology to provide powerful graphics displays and other functionality.