i would like to add two things to this machine.which is a network card with bluetooth adapter ans wihd transmitter, since i believe there r small enough to fit in and we can find it in most laptop. furthermore x51 has limited usb port, rather then wasting it to plug in a dongle n a external wihd transmitter. now lcd we have wireless, even bluetooth keyboard, mouse, headset and speaker we can get it anywhere or maybe dell can produce it's own to package it.less wired, so that we can design the space better? or even to place it in a safety place to reduce the accident like water spill, or maybe we can even hide it in the drawer(IF the cooling system have improved from idea of rocket stigtrix) so we make sure nobody gonna touch or disturb it. depending on people preferanceimagine x51 a small machine with less wired i can just put where i want, i like, i love, and i happy withso why not a first 99% wireless gaming desktop from alienware?but obviously 1% goes to power supplyi guess that's it thanks for reading
I am looking into purchasing a Dell XPS 18, the only drawback I have right now is that it has only 2 USB ports and the only thing that is missing for me is either a Thunderbolt/HDMI port. Is there a possibility that this will be integrated soon?Thank you.
After lugging my m18x laptop to Argentina in a messenger bag I was more then bothered.I looked all over the internet for a wheeled laptop carrier but best I could find is for 16 inch laptops. It must of course fit on carry on. Dell that laptop is heavy and when you add power brick etc not fun to hand carry. How about making a custom case just for the m17x and m18x wheeled for carry on?
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
this is a monitor i designed and it needs some tweaking like internals and such, this is only a external design because i dont know how to design internals so if this ever was to come into production someone would have to create those. i put 4 hdmi ports, 3 usb 3.0 ports and 3 thunderbolt ports to maimize the limits of what you can possibly do with it ( if its too many you can just remove some i dont care :D) anyway hope you like it :D please see it dell :)
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
I have seen a new product called Leap Motion (https://www.leapmotion.com/) that could be implemented into laptops or keyboards. It allows a touchscreen interface without needing to actually touch the screen. I think that it would make a strong selling point to have this technology in a laptops or keyboards given the new touchbased operating systems.
Recently a key broke off from my fairly new laptop. The warranty had just expired days earlier. I was shocked when I called the dell service desk, and they said the only option would be to send in my laptop and spend $170 for a replacement keyboard. I had done research before I called, and found websites that sold the keys (Keys, the plastic support piece, and the rubber cup) for around $4. When I told the Dell rep that I was going to peruse this other website for the replacement piece, he got angry and said "There is no website in the world that you can buy individual laptop keys from". I ordered the key, and it came a few days later. Worked like a charm.I find it hard to believe that it is impossible to buy the laptop keys from dell. I understand that older models would not be available. I would have much rather purchased this from dell, over some random website. In the end, this website came through like a champ, and I came away with a sour experience with dell.
Wonder if you can include inbuild buletooth in desk top also.
Would be great if we could somehow implement a POE jack into the existing RJ45 plug.I spent alot of time playing around with IP camera's and wireless radio equipment - testing and configuring. normally requiring access to a 240v power plug just to power up a device in 12~24v capacity, im sure it wouldnt cost much and be a great way to market your product above the competition!Alot of devices are being powered by ethernet these days, from IP camera's to weatherstationsthanks,