I think Dell has to increase the number of PCI-e slots on Alienware Area-51.Installing 3 dual-slot graphics cards deprives users of PCI-e slots. This prevents users from installing additional PCI-e cards.Remember, PCI-e is not only used for graphic cards. Devices such as SSD, sound cards and accelerator cards use PCIe too.
It would be nice if the Dell latitude 15.5 e5550 had a touchpad similar to the google chromebook's, or an option to have a chrombook's one installed instead of the current touchpad. The chromebook's touchpad is an all in one touchpad that helps with productivity.
I would really like to see a two finger tap - right click gesture option listed in the dell touch pad driver program.
I have noticed that older folks in my building choose not to use cellphones often times because they cannot see the keypad. If a hollogram could be projected from the phone or a watch, the keys could be properly selected for viewing and calling for ease of a conversation. Additionally hearing is often an issue, if typing via a hollogram were to happen perhaps a cholear adapter on a small device would help to facilitate conversation. Laptops should be standard with lit keys.
Basically my idea is allowing support of the Alienware Amplifier to work with the Alienware Alpha. this can combat the weakness of not being able to upgrade the Graphics card. This will then benefit users by having a Console that can be fully upgradeable like a computer. The Amplifier is a great tool for the Laptop series, but i am sure with a few tweak will also greatly benefit the Alpha series has well. Thanks for Viewing, let me know of what you think below.
It would be great if you could use a hard rubber instead of the brittle hard plastic currently used on female side of USB, HDMI, DP, etc, etc port. I understand that in most instances the entire motherboard needs to be replaced in order to repair which is not only costly but really bad for the environment.
i think you should bring back the HDMI input on alienware 17 its one of the best feature of alienware. why remove it?
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Laptop computers are supposed to be easy to use and convient right?I am in sales and spend a lot of my time on both desktop and laptop computers all day. When I get home I like to relax with my family. Lay down, watch a movie, or relax on the couch. Have you ever tried to type an email or type for a long period of time on a laptop. Not the easiest and most convient. I have a solution as well as a protype that I would like to contact Dell with. I think it is innovative and should and will be implemented in their laptop computer manufactures, It is the next biggest idea to come to laptop computers. I have done hours and hours upon research of this idea. There is nothing like this on the market. People close to me as well as local business individuals think it is an amazing idea and it is the next big thing to come to laptop computers. How do I make this great idea become a reality? I am biased to dell computers, I have always had a Dell computer my whole life. I am looking for suggestions on how to contact Dell and to try to bring this amazing idea/prototype to life. Thank you for any and all feedback!# Great Idea # Need help or the right connection
So I was just about to log into my computer to complete a homework assignment when I though to myself, my password is incredibily too long. What if there were a way to get in and out the computer faster without having to type out the full password? Suggestion What if Dell can incorporate the finger print technology used in most smartphones today into the trackpad of the computer? So when a user needs to quickly acess the computer they can simply press their finger onto a designated area of the trackpad and the computer scans the finger print to allow quick acess to the computer. It would be a really cool feautre that I wouldn't mind having on my computer simply because I wouldn't have to type out my password everytime when logging on to use the computer. I think if possible this could be a really cool and unique feature to incorporate into a design of a laptop.