Screen Improvements: I'm struggling to spend less than $1300 on an Latitude E-Series laptop with a 15.6" screen that supports 1920 by 1080 resolution. Today's Samsung cell phones with a 5.1" screen supports 2,560x1,440 resolution and offers an OLED screen that's easier to read in day light. I really think you guys need to retool this product lineup. Everything with a 15"+ screen should support yesterdays 1080p resolution, especially in the business class. Video Conferencing improvements: The integrated webcam is terrible quality and the speakers in every E series I've owned seem to be an afterthought, they are very quite and crackle at medium sound levels. I think the speakerphone on my cell is at least 50% louder.
Mar 2, 2015 Al Lamb’s Dallas Honda --- With AMA Supercross reaching its round nine racing weekend the monster rally is now well into its second half of this year’s season. The last main event took place once again at Georgia Dome Atlanta. Whilst the last racing night turned out to be a rather low-key crowd compared to typical Atlanta turnout standards this week’s racing night was a great crowd puller. Mother-nature too showered her blessings to help Team Honda execute a solid finish at their final stop in Atlanta for the season. The main event witnessed Trey Canard accomplishing his fourth consecutive podium finish. Oklahoman rider raced off on a strong note quickly advancing to second position by lap seven. However, luck went astray for Canard who seemed all set to walk away with a first place podium finish for the night. Ill-judged mistakes cost him coveted leader’s pace which he could not recover until the end when he crossed the checkered flag at second place. Eli Tomac of GEICO Honda made the next podium finish clearly recovering from a lackluster performance in last weekend’s race. It was a rather volatile night for Cole Seely who suffered a bad start and a costly mishap into halfway of the race. The night saw him crossing checkered flag at an uninspiring 12th place. The rookie has enjoyed a tumultuous first half season but looks all set to increase his stakes in championship standings in coming weeks. Consistency along with speed should be his best allies to progress through the rankings. Highlights •On the same racing weekend that saw Team Honda HRC crossing into second half of AMA Supercross season the team’s counterparts MXGP also cruised into season halfway in Qatar, halfway across the world. Closely following Trey Canard’s third finish at the podium in Georgia Dome was the news that Gautier Paulin has accomplished similar victory at Losail Circuit. •Before the track walk on Saturday Cole Seely was interviewed by Fox Sports for a new TV feature titled ‘Legendary Influence’. The episode is scheduled to be telecast during Daytona round of the Supercross next weekend. The program will focus on Cole and Jeff Ward, his riding coach and how they have partnered for successful riding. Ward is a former AMA Motocross champion as well as winning two AMA Supercross championships. Seely mentioned that he had met with Jeff about 12 years ago and since have worked together at different capacities. ‘I couldn’t afford to pay him always so he would at times help me when he could. But the moment I could hire his services fulltime I went ahead right on it. I think his experience and knowledge on racing are very helpful. He has been where I am now and knows firsthand what I am now going through. So it is comforting to have him by my side’ Seely said. •Canard finished with third fastest qualifying timing with 53.695 at daytime program while Eli Tomac finished at 53.507. Seely recorded the seventh quickest riding with 54.779. Canard was the fastest on track for the second consecutive main event weekend executing a remarkable 54.505 second lap. •A great number of top drivers of this sport were seen roaming Supercross pits this weekend. This was largely due to 56th annual race of Folds of Honor QuickTrip 500 NASCAR which was concurrently taking place close to Atlanta Motor Speedway. Some of the eminent drivers to show-up were Casey Mears, Carl Edwards who were seen making a stop at Team Honda HRC truck to chat with Seely and Canard. •Rich Simmons, mechanic of Seely got together with Brian Kranz, Tomac’s mechanic for a presentation to a large gathering of students from local Motorcycle Mechanics Institute on Saturday, the day of main event. •Round 2 at Atlanta helped Canard to gain an extra seven point lead on Ken Roczen placed third place. Yet he lost ground with Dungey the leader who now have an edge of 30 points on Canard. Mistakes on his part made Seely loose valuable leverage slipping to seventh place while Tomac consolidated at fourth place. •As the series unwinds midway so far at least one rider of the Honda CRF450R class has repeatedly accomplished a podium finish this season. So far Canard has six finishes out of nine, Tomac four while Seely has achieved one. A tie on lead points for manufacturers at 199 is shared by Honda and KTM. Adios Ray Conway As AMA Supercross made its final racing weekend at Atlanta it was also a night of farewell to Team Honda HRC. The weekend racing was the last working event for Ray Conway, director of racing at Honda. Conway describes his eminent role within the team in a much understated way saying he was the behind-the-scene guy handling logistics for the team. Conway was with Honda for the last 28 years. The director has worked through various roles for the company making his contributions in areas like service repairs, rider training, customer relations, demos, press, warranty and racing. Speaking about his time with Team Honda he said, ‘my favorite role was the press job as I got to take something that didn’t exist before and then introduce it to American media and public’. He added that he was greatly spoiled by the fantastic engineering aspects from factories. It was his role to deliver the message of what and what could be done by each product. When media asked him to recollect some favorite memories he said that preparing racing bikes and providing rider support during Nevada Rally in 1995 was unforgettable. ‘That was most probably the coolest months of my career. Johnny Campbell built XR600R for the team while I built XR400R. We worked all night at Torrance after dealer visits in the morning. We won in every class. And that for me is an example of a classic Honda job where you get to do something extra successfully. Conway plans to lend his veteran support to the brand even after retirement. QUOTES Trey Canard “Obviously, I’m disappointed with the night, but I can’t really be too disappointed with a podium. I got a better start than last week, which is an improvement, so I feel good about that. The track was really hard to pass on, so I had to work really hard to get around some guys early. I got into second and felt like I had something for Dungey, but I think I rode a little too hard and started to make some mistakes that cost me time. Then with three laps to go, I made another big mistake, went off the track and Tomac got by me. I’m down 30 points now, which is a bummer, but I’m not giving up. There’s a lot of racing left to do, and I’m going to fight to the end.”
Otolaryngology (ENT) Sacramento, CA Physician-in-Chief / Director, The Permanente Medical Group, Board of Directors, Oakland, CA SUMMARY Professional Background “I joined Kaiser Permanente in 1995 and have Advanced Certification in Head and Neck Oncologic Surgery. My specialties include: orbital, nasal, and maxillofacial surgery, as well as thyroid and parathyroid surgery. I function as a regional resource for the management of advanced tumors of the head and neck and provide the otolaryngologic approach for tumors at the skull base. Additionally, I am trained in Facial Plastic and Reconstructive surgery and perform rhinoplasty, blepharoplasty, otoplasty, and rhytidectomy. I have an interest in post-tumor facial reconstruction and facial reanimation surgery. I am a Fellow of the American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, and also a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons. I received my Bachelor of Science degree, with Distinction, from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, and my Doctor of Medicine degree, with Honors, from Wayne State University in Detroit. Then, I completed my Otolaryngology training in New York at the Manhattan Eye, Ear, and Throat Hospital / New York Hospital-Cornell Medical College. Subsequently, I received additional Head and Neck Oncologic and Skull Base Surgical training from Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center and The University of California, Davis. I am also a 2004 graduate of the Kenan-Flagler School of Business Advanced Leadership Program, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill and the University of California, San Francisco, CHCF Advanced Leadership Program. “ Roles “In April of 2005, I was appointed to the Physician-In-Chief and Chief-of-Staff positions for the South Sacramento and Elk Grove Medical Facilities. I am very fortunate to be able to continue my head and neck surgical practice and I greatly enjoy my administrative position as well. I provide leadership to our 450 physicians/providers and more than 2000 nurses and staff who care for the 200,000 Kaiser Permanente members in the South Sacramento/Elk Grove area.” CLINICAL SPECIALTIES & INTERESTS Otolaryngology (ENT): General Otolaryngology/ENT, Head & Neck Microvascular Surgery, Head & Neck Oncologic Surgery EDUCATION & TRAINING * University of California Davis * Cornell University Medical College * Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center * St Vincent's Hospital and Medical Center * Wayne State University School of Medicine CERTIFICATIONS & LICENSURE * CA State Medical License 1992 – 2016 * American Board of Otolaryngology Otolaryngology
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in weak network signal or weak wifi signals we can use the earphone as antenna to make the signals stronger it will be useful for far places that is farway from network towers ,faraway from wifi sources or safari journey and for mountain climbers
File Tags is a software like Windows File Explorer, in which you can add Tags to files and folders. So it will become easier to search for a file with its name or the tags assigned to it.
New designs/future designs will not require wires between base and monitor. If you break your monitor, want a touchscreen or you want to upgrade the quality you could just snap a new one in.
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Very poor qualitity, our company bought two of these, motherboards failed on both just after 1 year when warranty was over. We looked at the motherboards, very cheap and poorly made motherboards. When we contacted Dell Tech support was horrible and we just got the run around from Dell. We will be looking ar other manufactures when we have to buy more notebooks.
I would like to see you add the ability to fully customize an Inspiron system (e.g. adding a Blu-Ray drive; more memory; change Windows edition; etc.) when a customer orders one. Your competitor, HP, allows customers to customize a system to fit their needs, while you just only add software customization options. I am planning on ordering an Inspiron all-in-one sometime after Redstone is released, and I would like one with a Blu-Ray drive. Please make your customers happy by allowing full customization of a home PC.
Data security and access. A clean interface between data storage/access and application. Conforming to best-practices in software design and development, consisting of:Database.StoreDatabase.DeleteDatabase.LoadThe above could become the standard for a possible Texas Technology Commission. The $9 billion IRS bill could be reduced by securing IRS data and software contracts, setting the retail price for data storage and development, thereby securing more contracts. Why System.Persistence? Operational for over 13 years with no updates and no bugs. Supports any database and any system. No configuration. Makes software easy to write and maintain. It it would be a separate company between Dell's other offerings.
Hello,it would be nice to have a detachable (2 in 1) ultrabook (for example the Latitute 13 7000 series) that has an inbuilt wireless media receiver in the keyboard dock.In my lectures (data analysis, econometrics etc.), I usually need an ultrabook with a keyboard to illustrate the software. The slides are also saved on the ultrabook. The ultrabook is connected to a projector via (mini-)displayport. To have more flexibility during the presentation, I would love to be able to take the tablet from the keyboard and have the screen from the tablet streamed to the keyboard dock which transfers it to the projector. At the moment, I don't like using a detachable because I have to re-configure the beamer to use a wireless signal (WiDi) when I remove the tablet from keyboard dock. There is another reason: Virtually whereever I present on conferences, there is always a wired connection to a projector available, but not always a wireless one.If the keyboard dock would provide the wireless receiver (similar to WiDi) on its own, I could just connect the keyboard dock to a beamer and enjoy a very high degree of flexibility.Best wishes, QContinuum