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.
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
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.
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.
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
I have two Dell laptops, each using an E-series port replicator (one E-Port, one E-Port Plus) to connect to my DVI KVM switch (and other peripherals). I recently upgraded my monitor to a higher-resolution model that requires a DVI dual link connection, but cannot achieve full resolution via the E-Port DVI ports because they are only single link. Both machines have sufficiently capable graphics cards, and are able to connect to the monitor at full resolution via DisplayPort. Unfortunately, I already have a big investment in DVI, including the KVM, cabling, and video cards for my desktop workstation (also a Dell). Switching this all over to DisplayPort is going to cost $500+. Considering that both laptops have video cards that are capable of driving DVI dual link displays, it's a shame that they're hampered by the single link connectors on the port replicators. Therefore: I propose that Dell create an E-series port replicator that includes DVI dual link support. On a related topic, I'd also request that Dell publish the specifications for all models of its E-series port replicators. There are many similar versions of the E-Port and E-Port Plus out there, each with a different part number. Specs for some of the part numbers are available on the Dell accessories website, but not for either of the models that I have. It took several days of research, plus calls to both Dell technical support and the tech support for my monitor's vendor to determine conclusively that my specific port replicators only have single link connections. We all could have saved a lot of time if Dell made the specs of the existing port replicators available.Thanks for considering my idea.
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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.
I trust you have found out that Dell has stopped making physical copies of the Operating System & Resource media that you request, starting with Windows 10, and that you may have noticed that they are now allowing you to download a recovery image (url: http://www.dell.com/support/home/us/en/19/Drivers/OSISO). I would suggest that, if this feature is not yet developed, they allow you to also download Drivers and Applications media along with the Windows recovery media. That way, in the event that you have to clean install, you can reinstall the drivers and applications that were preinstalled with your new Dell.