I really want an XPS 12, but I want it with a few improvements before I spend all that money on one.First, I love the design, so most of it shouldn't change. But I would like Gorilla Glass 3 on the glass instead of 2.I would also love a better and bigger battery, as the current one isn't so good. Also, as it should get Haswell, it should have even better battery. I hope you keep the i7 option (a powerful one, and obviously make it Haswell) and 8GB RAM, and I hope you add Intel HD Graphics 5,000, not 4,600, and also add a 500GB+ option. Please add 802.11ac, make the system a bit lighter and maybe thinner, an improved camera, and better & louder speakers.I love the XPS 12, but if you add these things to it, I'll buy it. :)
Just like we watch videos on youtube i want a display with such a bluetooth technology that while we send that video to the display with bluetooth it plays the video too.Along with the video play i want the device to be portable and foldable to any size so that if someone has a smartphone with a 5" screen then he can watch the video on that display (at any loving size) connecting the device to the smartphone via bluetooth keeping the phone in pocket.
The M17x should be launched with these specification IF no customisation options are available:1) Intel Haswell with 2.6-2.7 Ghz Processor with turbo boost to 3.6-3.72) nVidia GeForce GTX 780M3) 16 GB Ram - 1600 Mhz ( or 1800 if available ) (AND DDR 4 RAM IF ITS AVAILABLE AT LAUNCH)4) 128 GB SSD -Primary Hardisk 1 TB 7200 RPM ( I asked a guy whether i can put another hardisk in my R4 and he was like 2 HARDISKS IN A LAPTOP! IMPOSSIBLE -_- ) 5) IPS DISPLAY FULL HD WITH 3D ( If you people have implemented IPS, though 3D should be given preference if IPS is not available with 3D)6) Blu Ray disk ( duh! )7) Windows 8 8) Killer Wireless9) Some freebies! (YOU SHOULD HAVE SEEN WHAT ALL I GOT WITH MY MAC :D )if customisation IS available then this post is probably useless :P
if u provide keypad with light system or any other light source in laptop ........then it is better for all to work in night or when there is no light in room
HiYou've recently shown off a prototype of the XPS 11 where the cover/keyboard flips back to allow the device to become a tablet, similar to the Lenovo design. While everyone is wowed by haswell and the 1440p screen, I'm thinking you need to make a similar device but a big brother in a 13.3" size that uses something akin to the 1080 screen on the XPS 13. Why "akin"? Well you should make it touch enabled and pen enabled, much like the XPS 11. But while a 1440p 13.3 would be nice, certainly something of the quality of the 13.3 1080p would be suitable as well. I say this because the time for this device is now, so better get crackin. If you wait till Christmas, someone else will have already run with this idea.
I would like to see a cheap 12.5" Latitude laptop with the following specifications:768p 12.5" IPS DisplayAMD A4-5000M or the A6-5200M6 cell or 9 cell batteryPriced below $600.It doesn't have to be ultrabook proportions.
I think M18x should be supported in India and Dell need to promote its advertising/marketing of alienware in India, and customisation should be allowed in India, it was a pity we couldnt upgrade to the 680M in the R4, but hopefully that wont be the case in R5.
I really like the xps12 laptop/tablet, however i think it can be better iy you add a second camera in the bottom part, so when user changes from laptop to tablet he can use the xps 12 as a "camera" like any other tablet, the camera could have a cover that user slides to get this function. I think this simple suggestion can make the difference with other similar laptops.
I would like to see some Dell and Microsoft collaboration within IdeaStorm.IdeaStorm has had much more emphasis on Linux than Windows despite the fact the Dell customer base for Windows is much larger than that of Linux.Ideas to do with Microsoft products and Dell systems need involvement of both companies and Microsoft don't seem to have an IdeaStorm like service.There are problems with Microsoft Products (Windows 8 in particular) and Dell Desktops. The user reviews for the popular Inspiron 660 and XPS 8500 list Windows 8 as the most mentioned con yet all these users are happy with Windows 7. I expect the XPS 8700 to have similar reviews. This is because the tablet interface alongside new start menu with lack of commonly used icons has been enforced by Microsoft on Windows 8 and much customisation is lost from Windows 7.Reinstallation DVDs not being shipped with systems and being made hard to request is also an issue which has upset customers alot. A download link for clean installation is desired by many customers.There are probably a wide variety of other ideas which would likely be generated if a Microsoft Products Storm Session would be created and also it would likely attract more customers to the Dell Community.
To me the XPS13 is 99% perfection, the only thing that I would dare to say is please change the keyboard super key icon! We want an ubuntu icon! Thank you for your time. Regards, Matteo