Would you please try monitor attached with CPU on top which could be opened like lap tops. This is save power supply, plug and it would be convenient for handling.
I would like to suggest you introduce touch screen facilityin lap tops to send the mouse to mole. This will give more convenience to users and time would be saved.
I have an Alienware 14 that I hook up to a couple of monitors and an external keyboard. However, I could not find any keyboards that have an "FN" key to utilize the 14's array of function (F#) keys, such as volume and touchpad control. What you should do is make external keyboards with FN keys so computers, not just Alienwares, but other computers with keys that utilize FN, can have their F# keys accessed by an external keyboard.
I am a pro developer who uses both a PC and a Mac on a daily basis. It would be great to have a single monitor I could plug both devices into that would not only swap video, but would also swap USB peripherals. I realize there are KVM alternatives (both hardware and software) out there, but adding an additional USB input and a button to quickly swap between computers would be ideal.
I think it will be so innovative if you allow your customers to submit to you the design of the shape they want for their accessories (Keyboard, Mouse, ... etc)
I'd like to suggest that Dell start making a 90 degree charger plugin to a laptop. With the current straight plugin you have to be careful as not to put too much pressure on the plugin or you can damage either the plugin or your computer if you accidently bump it very hard.
I used my alpha for a few months. I upgraded the cpu to i7, hdd to ssd, ram and I really like it, although the gpu is average and cannot upgraded. Now, I am wondering that can we replace some parts like cooling fans, case, etc. I really hope someone or DELL can make more parts (like stronger cooling fans, transparent case) for us to customize our alpha. Did anyone think about that or seem anything about that. lol =D
Currently, most moderate-quality (and some cheap) mice come with left-click, right-click, forward, and backward buttons and a scroll wheel. However, another very useful button that is not on mice yet is a button for reload. It should be put alongside the forward and backward buttons. What you should do is introduce a whole new lineup of mice with this button (some low-cost wired ones, some wireless ones, maybe some bluetooth ones, and high-quality gaming ones). Also, you should expand into upright mice (mice that are rotated on their side for more ergonomics) because there are hardly any out on the market, which leaves for few options. These too should have various ranges of quality.
Imagine if you could sketch, paint or draw anything directly on your laptop screen, with physical drawing tools, as if it was a real sheet of paper.It'd be nice to be able to recreate the real drawing experience on a laptop with physical pens, pencils, erasers, rulers, and other tools that could be used and detected on the laptop screen, instead of using an external tablet, or the mouse/finger.OR, you could create a touchscreen laptop specifically designed for drawers, with its own accessory line compatible with the screen, integrated drawing apps and software (in addition to all the regular laptop functions). To draw on laptops, we usually need an external tablet to be able to draw electronically with a pen. Drawing with fingers on a touchscreen is hard and inconvenient. If we could directly use drawing tools on the touchscreen, drawing on laptops would become much easier and a much more pleasant experience. It would also remove the need to carry an external tablet all the time. The laptop would detect the type of tool used and reproduce the line on the screen, in real-time. A whole accessory line can be designed, for ex: stands for the screen to allow a more comfortable drawing session, types of pencils/brushes, compass (with non-damaging tip of course), tortillons for shadows and blending etc...