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Wireless dock addon support

Nov 25, 2014

1 Vote

Status: Acknowledged

Most business that have Dell laptops have the older models that use a wired dock.  Moving to a new wireless dock for the new Ultrabooks is great, but why have two docks onthe boardroom table when you can have one wireless dock with a "wireled port" addon that is used by the older Latitude laptops.The addon would attach to the "addon port" on the wireless dock.  This allows for new ultrabooks and tablets to connect wirelessly and older laptops to also conenct, making the transition to new technology a lot easier.

1 Votes | 0 Comment

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

New computers list of order of important things to do and the order to do them

Nov 21, 2014

1 Vote

Status: Acknowledged

This idea could be applied to a number of different activities, but should be included in PAPER form or as an intro spash screen on every computer..."Excited about your new computer?  We know you want to jump right in, but these are extremely important things you should do RIGHT AWAY, and in this order..."  I honestly don't know what the steps should be, but the average car manual does a better job of telling you how to break in an engine, and what the maintenance schedule should be.These all have to be done, but in what sequence?  Set up password, connect to internet, set up security, make back-up, system image, boot media, etc.  Buying a computer is very confusing and stressful without the need to be.   I have repasted my cpu, vacuumed the ports, updated drivers sporadically and randomly, stumbling along spending hours finding this basic and real world information on the internet.  The vast majority of us are not techincal gurus, and hate not having it made clear what we are supposed to do from the manufacturer.  Nine times out of 10 I end up looking at some 15 year old kid's You Tube Video to figure this stuff out.  

1 Votes | 0 Comment

Categories: Service and Support,

Dell {MultiTouch : MultiTouch Region} Drafting Tablet

Nov 21, 2014

1 Vote

Status: Acknowledged

Dell {MultiTouch : MultiTouch Region} Drafting TabletDell Precision Tablet Operating System:MS Windows 10Ubuntu Screen:Screen Aspect Ratio: 16 x 10Screen Size: 16.0" X x 10.0" YScreen Resolution: 2560 X x 1600 Y at 60 HZPixel Per Inch (PPI): 160.0Contrast Ratio: 2000 : 1          (Native)2_000_000 : 1     (Dynamic)Viewing Angle:    {176° X : 176° Y}Screen Backlight: Local Dimming Full-Array LEDPanel Type, Surface: IGZO LCD, In-plane switching... Touch Specifications:Multi Touch: 16 PointMulti Touch Regions: 4 Regions  Stylus Specifications:Stylus: 2048 levels of Stylus pressure sensitivity and tilt recognitionAn Assortment of Styluses : Stylus Grips : Stylus NibsCompatible with Dell {MultiTouch : MultiTouch Region} Drafting Display ... CPU:Intel Broadwell GPU: Nvidia Memory:{16 GB : 32 GB} RAM 1600 MHZ Hard Drive:Sata 3.0: {256 GB : 512 GB : 1024 GB} Wireless Connectivity:Intel Dual Band Wireless-AC 7265 (802.11ac 2x2)Bluetooth 4.0 I/O Ports:USB  3.0: 4HDMI 2.0: 1DisplayPort 1.2 | 1.3: 1Microphone: 1Headphone:  1{SD : SDHC : SDXC} UHS 1.0 | 2.0: 1UFS (Universal Flash Storage): 1 {BIOS : UEFI}Enable Disk Imaging to an {SD : UFS} Card (OS)Enable Booting From an {SD : UFS} Card Sensors:3-Axis Accelerometer3-Axis Gyroscope3-Axis Magnetometer Audio:Internal Stereo Speakers||{Internal : External} Piezoelectric Speaker External Finish:Matte Black External Design:Front: FlatBack:  FlatCorners: Curved Dimensions: X:       x cmY:       y cm Depth:   [2.00 .. 2.50] cmWeight:  [4.00 .. 5.00] lbs 

1 Votes | 0 Comment

Categories: Education, Gaming, Mobile Devices,

Venue 11 Pro Dock Cable

Nov 20, 2014

2 Votes

Status: Acknowledged

It would be nice to use our Venue Pros as both a desktop and a tablet at the same time.  I often do WebEx where I need my machine docked yet I want to take notes.  With the tablet in the dock you really cannot use the stylus.Idea is to offer a dock cable.  One end plugs into the 40pin connector on the dock, the other to the connector on the bottom of the tablet.  This allows us to be docked and use the stylus at the same time.   Alternative idea is a dock that allow you to lay the tablet flat for writing or upright as a monitor.  

2 Votes | 1 Comment

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

Dell {MultiTouch : MultiTouch Region} Drafting Display

Nov 19, 2014

1 Vote

Status: Acknowledged

Dell {MultiTouch : MultiTouch Region} Drafting Display Display: Viewable Size (X x Y):28.00" X x 15.75" Y Aspect Ratio: Widescreen (16:9) Panel Type, Surface: IGZO LCD, In-plane switching... Resolution:3840 x 2160 at 60 Hz   Contrast Ratio: 2000 : 1          (Native Contrast Ratio)2_000_000 : 1     (Dynamic Contrast Ratio) Viewing Angle: (176° vertical / 176° horizontal) Backlight Technology: Local Dimming Full-Array LED Display Type: Widescreen Flat Panel Display  Connectivity:2 HDMI Port       v2.02 DisplayPort     v1.2 | v1.32 USB Ports       v3.0 Touch Specifications:Multi Touch: 10 Point | 16 PointMulti Touch Regions: 4 Regions  Stylus Specifications:Stylus: 1024 | 2048 levels of Stylus pressure sensitivity and tilt recognitionAn Assortment of Styluses : Stylus' Grips : Stylus Nibs... Purpose:ArtDraftingTouch Screen Games

1 Votes | 3 Comments

Categories: Education, Gaming, Small Business,

Incorporate printer inside laptop screen

Nov 15, 2014

2 Votes

Status: Acknowledged

Revolutionize the industry and corner the market by incorporating a printer in the laptop screen. Patent it and every other competitor would owe you a royalty when they build theirs. There is no such device currently on the market and if you had a choice wouldn't you rather have a printer built in to your laptop instead of having to hook up to a seperate printer unit or download document to a jumpdrive and go find a printer? Of course you would and so would everyone else!

2 Votes | 0 Comment

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

"Dell 4 Dummies" - a guide to the Dell Website

Nov 15, 2014

2 Votes

Status: Acknowledged

Dell For Dummies...   Use the "Dummies" Brand to teach Customers how to buy a Dell, but on your website.  Think, Dell Website Powered By "Dell for Dummies"   People not comfortable, or confident with learning about a PC, might just otherwise go to the store to ask a Sales Tech, but if they had a familiar Brand to help teach them, like the popular "Dummies" book series, it would make them feel more comfortable taking on the challenge of wading thru the Dell Website to customize their own computer, since they have a more familiar brand to teach them simply and "hold their hand" so to say, thru the process.   As I was reading thru your website, I was trying to follow the examples and information on the various parts of a computer, and thought how much easier it would be if I had the "Dummies" version of the same material to break down these technical topics to teach me.   As example, I was reading about processors, and the information was pretty general, and didn't give me a barometer of how to compare what my needs of a processor might be, i.e. this processor can handle basic games like Pac-man, versus the newest Halo, versus the Holodeck of the Starship Enterprise.   I saw a video where a young tech was comparing a processor to the engine of a car, and I must admit, I have a basic knowledge of cars, and limited knowledge of engines, and I thought...i'd hate to be the girl/guy who doesn't know anything about engines whatsoever (like Urbanites who spend their life in Public Transit, etc).   If "Dummies" were to attempt this, they might come up with the comparison of a house with electricity and various amenities, powering various objects...   -House/Processor A  is like your old school house with the lights powered for a few hours at night with the Wind Turbine outside, or Grandma's Sewing Machine for a few stitches. Processer A is like this, in that it runs basic functions, like on/off switches of old computer processors from computer's beginning days   - House B is like your nice 1980's house that powers all the kitchen utilities, the TV, lights, etc, or run Grandma's Sewing Machine to sew the Families Wardrobe. Processor B, switches the lights off/on, but does more with basic software programs like early Microsoft Word, and games like "Oregon Trail",    House C, is like your Modern Day house, with modern electronics, powering constant streaming from the internet, all digital devices, self automated lights and devices, etc, or runs Gradma's Sewing Machine Sweatshop where she has all the Grandkids sewing non-stop 24/7, 365. Processor C is very modern and can control all of your pixel intense games, processor intense, memory intense, stream internet TV easily, turn off the lights in the Garage at the same time, and hold 2 billion cat playing the piano photos, videos, or whatever.   Idea is to make the comparisons unisex, or more universal, but in a "Dummies" way.   The basic idea here is to give customer's a channel to feel more comfortable going into the Dell website to build a computer/buy a device, if they had a familiar Brand to guide and teach them thru the buying process in a simple and even humorous way.  Some other options might be, "Intel for Idiots", etc. Any ideas on how to improve this?

2 Votes | 0 Comment

Categories: Advertising and Marketing, Dell Web Site, IdeaStorm,

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