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Under Keyboard Cleaner

Dec 29, 2014

2 Votes

Status: Acknowledged

Please design a system such a brush or fan to clean under keyboard things like hair or anythnig, automatically or manually. As each laptop has its own kind of keyboard, for example mine is M1330 XPS, I can’t find a brush or hair drier or anything to clean it. If Dell can add it in the package of laptop it can become a value for preference. 

2 Votes | 4 Comments

Categories: Accessories (Keyboards, etc.), Desktops and Laptops, Healthcare and Life Sciences,

Buttons that slide through files

Jan 6, 2015

1 Vote

Status: Acknowledged

What if there were buttons that slide through files. Start with two buttons:forward and backward. You press backward and you see the last file that was used. Press forward and it goes back to the other file. It would allow for reaching files fast. If you do not remember the name of the file these button will help you find it.

1 Votes | 3 Comments

Categories: Accessories (Keyboards, etc.), Software,

Vertical laptop dock

Dec 23, 2014

3 Votes

Status: Acknowledged

How about making laptop docks so that the laptop site vertically?  When at my primary office I always use dual monitors, USB keyboard and mouse, external speaker and mic.  If my laptop could be docked vertically I could stash it behind my monitors.  Since my monitors are in the corner I have wasted desk space that would be perfect for a vertical laptop dock.

3 Votes | 2 Comments

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

Server rack cable management arm

Dec 26, 2014

2 Votes

Status: Acknowledged

I've been looking to buy these, but can't find that they exist.  My rack-mount KVM tray has an arm with 3 joins that hold the cables and keep them secure when the tray is opened or closed.  All of my servers, which have the power cord, network cable, and KVM cable do not have something similar, so the cables are not neat.  It just needs to go from where one of the rails mounts to the back of the server and have clips that will hold the cables in place when the server is pulled out and pushed back in.  Tricky part would be mounting to the server, but maybe an empty PCI card cover slot could be used.

2 Votes | 0 Comment

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

Tablet + mini projector built onto the tablet

Dec 29, 2014

1 Vote

Status: Acknowledged

Why not incorporate a mini projector on the side of a Tablet while using the touch screen to be used as a touch keyboard and a mouse allowing the user to use any white background such as a wall inside of a hotel or a motel, the technology is advanced enough and it is a feasible idea but surprised nobody has came up with it yet.

1 Votes | 5 Comments

Categories: Accessories (Keyboards, etc.), Mobile Devices,

Portable docking work station

Dec 23, 2014

2 Votes

Status: Acknowledged

I have a laptop that I travel with for work, on the occasion that I am going to be in one place all day it would be great to have a single unit that can be unfolded that has a docking station for the laptop, 2 wide-screen monitors, integrated power strip so I only need 1 outlet for the whole thing, and if it could also have storage between the two monitors for the laptop as well as a full size keyboard and mouse/trackball/other-pointer of the user's choosing (not requiring a single model of keyboard).  Add wheels and a handle for moving it around more easily, and a weatherproof exterior to keep it safe from the rain while going from the metro to the client office and it would be all set.

2 Votes | 7 Comments

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

Decent Docking Station for Ultrabooks

Jul 20, 2014

3 Votes

Status: Acknowledged

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.

3 Votes | 3 Comments

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

wireless standalone e6440/e6540's multi-receiver keyboard!

Dec 21, 2014

1 Vote

Status: New

hi, I'm dell latitude user since e6400(2010). I have an idea and strongly recommend DELL to implement this idea as soon as possible. Put the latitude e6440 and e6540's keyboard in a case, not necessarily to be too slim, adding volume control, power control, and must preserve the pointing stick on it. Since it's gonna be a standalone keyboard, dedicated/combined function keys are the more the better. Must have more than one receiver and a big, handy switch(knob, dial, or buttons are all good) on the right side or up right corner. Many people are using more than one computer at the same time nowdays. Using one set of keyboard mouse at your comfortable keyboard shelf of your desk, controlling them by just switching from a single keyboard like car shift stick, without moving your hand one to another keyboard is so comfortable and productive. the 5th generation(e6540 e6440 e7240 e7440) latitude E series keyboard is the best keyboard I've ever used. It is good to using latitude as standalone keyboard is because: soft comfortable keystroke, clear keyup feedback, and latitude keyboards are preserving the pointing sticks. It is very handy when writing documents and correcting some typos just have typed, without moving your hand to mouse. compared to the market mainstream keyboard styles, latitude E series keyboard is the only keyboard still keep the keycap remain concave, preserving the excellent Distinguished finger feeling between adjacent keys. the Fn combined function keys, Numpad is the so useful that hard to go back to any other keyboards once get used to it. especially when it comes to typing validation code or passwords or phone numbers. dell latitude's Numpad is whole better than competetion products in this case. older thinkpad keyboard do have such feature (newer thinkpads abandoned combined numpad), but need to switch the Numlock on and off. on latitude simply typing the combined Numpad with your right hand along with left ring finger pressing Fn key. dell keep the page up/down, arrow keys remain normal size. latitude keyboard support many usefull tricks like, zero emission mode with Fn+b, turning off screen with Fn+d.

1 Votes | 0 Comment

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

Eye Mouse

Dec 18, 2014

1 Vote

Status: Acknowledged

With an additional 'eye button'  key on the keyboard, pressing the new button will move/click the cursor on what part of the screen you are looking. Using an additional button ensures the mouse doesn’t move around when you look at other parts of the screen Using the button enables you to move quickly between areas of the screen more efficiently then a mouse of keyboard shortcuts. It would be very handy when using a spreadsheet or most data entry type task. This is especially usefully if you use multiple screens. All you need to do is look at the new screen, press a button on your keyboard and type away on a different application. This would be very useful to businesses. 

1 Votes | 1 Comment

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

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