Hi, I have noticed when the quote across the month but still within the quotation validity, the price will get changed in Premier ordering portal. It caused our ordering process difficult. I have to make sure the amount in the quotation is correct right before I submit the request for approval. But still, I checked 2 days ago and order today, the shipment and handling charge changed!! It is not a big amount, but I have to amend our PO otherwise it will cause mismatch when invoice arrived. Few months back I had the same issue in which all the prices get changed, and required our Account manager from Dell to honour the order. Can the Premier portal be more professional? Thx
So the title says it all... againThe AMD APUs are great for HTPCs simply because the performance, CPU and GPU that you get in a single package is impressive. When you get into the AMD A10 APUs, the performance is really impressive, playing most modern games at 1080p with medium settings fairly easily.If this could be put inside an Inspiron Mini fo dual use as a mini gaming/htpc/productivity machine for the living room, id be all over this like flies on honey.My only real issue with the current machine is the lack of HDD/SSD options and 1 gb of ram.The majority of common computing multimedia tasks aside from gaming are handled by the celeron perfectly. Even massive 1080p video files are chomped through, but the AMD APU variant would be on a different level.
The title says it all, make the curved dell ultrawide with the high resolution panel flat please.I work in design and creation and the fact is, when i draw a straight line i like to see that line straight, not curved by the panel im viewing it on.
INTERESTING MODEL would be to Inspiron 7000 ( 24 ") A MODEL NEXT 27 " display with 4K and NFC AND IF I COULD CHANGE MEMORY AND POWER ZOOM GRAPHICS CARD CHANGE ...
Categories: Desktops and Laptops,
I would love to have a desktop pc but hate to have a monitor standing on my desk when not in use. I use my laptop and don't move it around so when not in use I turn down the screen and close the laptop. I wish there was a single keyboard-monitor unit that looked like a laptop that can fold closed, but plugged into the tower. Or have a fully functioning laptop that with a flip of the switch can become just a keyboard and screen, bypassing the internal hardrive to plug into the tower.I can't imagine it would be difficult to make a keyboard-screen that closes instead of a separate keyboard and stand up monitor. It would be no larger or heavier than a laptop so it would be convienant to close and move off the work surface. Sometime I end up using my Dell as a writing surface when it is closed. This new monitor keyboard unit could have a flat writing surface on the back of the monitor to be a work surface when closed. Well, thats my wish. Please pc people consider this idea! thanks
Hi - My mother is in an assisted living facility and her children are scattered around. We would love to Skype with her, but she is easily confused. I once tried to have her turn her TV to a particular channel, and she was unable to do it. She couldn't find the on button, couldn't find the remote, etc.I would love for her to have a computer with a large screen that ONLY did Skype. It could have a large ON button on the front with large letters that say ON. Once on, the desktop could either have one icon for Skype, or Skype could open automatically. I could get on the phone with her and say, "Push the big button at the top that says 'on'" and then (touchscreen would be great) "Touch the square that says Skype. I'll try to connect, and when it pops up, touch 'accept' to accept the call. I have to believe that there are probably many people in the same situation, and will be many more in the future. To be able to connect with relatives far away would be an amazing enhancement to their quality of life. My mother has dementia, not Alzheimer's.Thanks for considering.Mary Tigner-Rasanen
It seems that Dell had the idea for Mac OS X before Apple did, but then failed to stick with it long enough for it to do well: http://notes.technologists.com/notes/2008/01/10/a-brief-history-of-dell-unix/ Dell should get a team working on it again and stick with it for the long term.
Categories: Operating Systems,
How about a phone with built in battery. When a phone gets to 25% it will automatically start to charge the phone.For your PC it is will be built in already for any laptop and tablet.
The macro keys on my Alienware laptop would be more useful if the TactX software could allow the assigned keystroke or macro to automatically repeat at a user-specified rate while the macro key is held down.
The macro keys on my Alienware laptop would be more useful if the TactX software could allow assignment of mouse clicks as keystrokes or macro steps.