With Dell introducing more computers without OS disk/recovery disk, and asking the users to create a recovery media, Dell can make the PCs capable of downloading and running the OS files from a Dell repository online in the event of replacement of hard drive/OS reinstallation, like Apple. This will be helpful to millions of users.
With more and more waterproof and dustproof devices available in the market, Dell can introduce the same level of sturdy devices in tablets, ultrabooks and laptops category. Also, Latitude ATG can be improved to be waterproof as well.
I'd like to recommend adding support for the latest Thunderbolt standard on the Alienware laptops. There are a couple SSD devices I'd like to use with these beasts but unfortunately none of the Alienware laptops seem to support Thunderbolt and instead have pokey USB ports. Don't get me wrong USB has gotten better but it can't stand up to the latest Thunderbolt standard.
In our days many people thinks they are spyed or filmed by hackers with their own webcam... How about a webcam who blinks only with people permission? Like an old camera photo...take that sistem who close the objective, make it small, and ''mount'' on webcam...it will protect the webcam too, because majority, I think they use the big finger to press from the midle on top of laptop when they open or close it I assure you that you sales will increase! I have a picture with "how it's made"
Dell is known for providing an option to the users to extremely customise the PCs to their choice when purchasing. Why can't this be implemented in mobile devices as well?This will let the users to choose the hardware as well as software of their choice right from the processor and RAM and to the OS and other add-ons.
source The government of Japan finally came to the conclusion that the same nuclear energy that played a powerful role in modernization, is once more to be part of the energy policy of this nation. Prime Minister Abe is focused on rejuvenating the economy therefore a pragmatic energy policy is needed. Abe therefore made it clear that nuclear pragmatism is required based on the negative side effects of using dirty energy alongside having extremely limited natural resources. Not surprisingly, the utilization of the nuclear sector is a way out of the current stalemate within the body politic of Japan. Irrespective of anti-nuclear media outlets in Japan, green environmentalists espousing doom, the blatant manipulation of facts about the stance of the majority of Japanese nationals by the international media and other areas related to negativity, it is clear that nuclear favored political parties and politicians have been re-elected locally and centrally. Indeed, anti-nuclear candidates and the main opposition party have been beaten time after time collectively in relation to national politics and local government on the whole. This doesn’t imply that the majority of Japanese nationals are pro-nuclear but it does show that other concerns are deemed to be more important. This isn’t to downplay anti-nuclear feelings within Japan but the reality is that more people will go shopping in trendy Shinjuku, Harajuku and Ikebukuro on an average day, than the numbers that usually turn up for anti-nuclear protests. Also, it seems rather callow for some individuals that the international media and certain Japanese media outlets focus on the nuclear issue so much – after all, how many people died because of the tsunami compared with nuclear power? Not only this, the main issue in relation to the nuclear crisis that erupted after the 9.0-magnitude earthquake triggered a brutal tsunami, is the fact that “human failing, mismanagement and cronyism” were the main factors behind the tragic events that followed. Hysteria towards the nuclear sector is often based on the manipulation of language. After all, dirty energy and enormous pollution related to other non-nuclear factors kill untold numbers every year. Of course, if Japan, or any nation, decides to focus on renewable energy based on a thorough plan that is fully effective and not based on hypocrisy, like Germany, then all well and good. However, currently this reality doesn’t exist in Japan. Therefore, until a proper energy plan is put in place that can supersede the need to utilize nuclear energy then Japan must focus on pragmatism. New stringent tests have been put into place following the nuclear crisis that erupted after the brutal tsunami. Given this reality, and the nod of the Abe government, then it would appear that some reactor restarts will begin in earnest. Toshimitsu Motegi, the current Trade and Industry Minister of Japan, says: “We aim to opt for an energy supply system which is realistic, pragmatic and well balanced.” If the majority of Japanese nationals had desired to phase out nuclear power, like promised by the Democratic Party of Japan, then obviously the masses would have elected them on this platform. Yet this never materialized despite all the media distortions within Japan and outside of this country. Therefore, it is high time for Japan to focus on energy pragmatism. After all, enormous costs of importing energy and health related issues based on the current policy of using dirty energy to a higher degree – based on the numbing down of nuclear energy – isn’t viable indefinitely. In early January the Modern Tokyo Times stated: “Now Japan is stuck by either adopting a pragmatic nuclear policy based on modernizing the entire system and implementing tougher standards – or to continue with importing dirty energy at a negative cost in terms of health related issues and hindering the economy. Of course, Japan could try to radically alter its energy policy by implementing a policy that boosts alternative energy – the effects and costs remain debatable. However, the current status quo of relying on expensive imported fossil fuels to bridge the non-existent energy policy isn’t viable.” Therefore, it appears that the Abe government is finally acting irrespective of individuals agree with this policy or not. More important, at least a direction and aim is now being planned for Japan in order to meet the demands of a modern society that lacks natural energy resources.
Prior to getting my current laptop whenever I needed to do any work with video I always had to fire up my desktop system as even the best laptop HDDs had mediocre performance that would choke under the demands of video editing/encoding. Not much of a problem when at home, but it severely curtailed doing any work on the road.To a lesser extent photo editing is also easier/faster particularly when exporting several hundred to several thousand JPGs from Lightroom; no longer is the HDD bottlenecking how quickly projects can be turned around and delivered to customers.
16th Annual Times Colonist Book Drive Book drop off weekend Victoria Curling Club 1952 Quadra Street Saturday and Sunday, April 20 and 21 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. each day Good quality used books. No encyclopedias, outdated reference materials, national Geographics or Reader’s Digests (of any kind). Westshore mini drop (at Westhills at the end of the Langford Parkway) Saturday, April 20 only 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. At the end of the Langford Parkway at Westhills. Watch for the signs and the AMJ Campbell trucks. Click on the link for more information: http://www.westhillsbc.com/home_types/home Book Sale May 4 and 5 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day. Hard covers $3 Soft covers $2 Pocket books $1 Kids books $1 Proceeds go to the Times Colonist Raise-a-Reader Program. Supporting adult and youth literacy programs on Vancouver Island. http://www.westhillsbc.com/news/933435156
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http://www.theguardian.com/travel/2014/apr/20/travel-tips-macedonia-cornwall-santorini Why go? Skopje's skyline tells the story of this Balkan city more vividly than any history book: socialist-era apartment blocks, the minarets of Ottoman mosques, Byzantine domes, Turkish bathhouses and, most controversially, neoclassical edifices, bridges and grandiose monuments – the result of a recent construction spree aimed at bolstering national pride. Now the building dust has settled, visitors will find much to delight and intrigue them. What to do Get lost in the narrow lanes of Caršija, Skopje's most atmospheric neighbourhood. Here, you'll find Daud Paša Baths, once the largest Turkish hammam in the Balkans, now home to the National Gallery of Macedonia (nationalgallery.mk). Cross the Vardar River on the 15th-century Stone Bridge to Macedonia Square with its triumphal arch, statues of national heroes and illuminated fountains. On the slopes of Mount Vodno, a few miles out of town, the 12th-century St Pantelejmon Monastery is a treasure trove of Byzantine art. After you've admired the beautiful frescos, hike, or take the gondola, up the mountain. Where to stay Urban Hostel is Skopje's best budget option, with a choice of dorms, twin rooms or self-catering apartments in Debar Maalo, a lively neighbourhood full of bars and restaurants (dorms from €13, apartments from €46, urbanhostel.com.mk). Where to eat Stara Kuka is the place to try Macedonian specialities, such as stuffed peppers, shopska salad, bean stew and barbecued pork ribs, in a 19th-century house with carved wooden ceilings (starakuka.com.mk). Insider tip "Walking along the Kej and eating in the restaurants that line the river is a must," says Kathleen Beccue, who runs the K8 American bakery and café in the Old Town (k8skopje.com). "Plaza de Toros and Anja are a couple of my favourites. After dinner, buy an ice cream and walk to Macedonia Square. At dusk you'll be treated to the call of the hooded crows which roost in the parks around the city." Give me a break Home: go west with i-escape After a stormy few months, boutique-accommodation website i-escape is showing its support for the West Country by launching a "West is Best" campaign, with discounts of up to 20% and added-value extras at 16 of its hotels and cottages, including the charming Sea Garden Cottages on Tresco in the Isles of Scilly, and the Bull in Bridport. Book before 8 May (i-escape.com/westisbest) Home: escape to Santorini British Airways launches its first direct flights from the UK to the Greek islands of Santorini and Mykonos next month. A week at the simple but elegant Kamari Beach hotel with direct access to a sandy beach on Santorini costs £466pp including flights from Heathrow, based on two sharing a superior sea-view room, and departing on 18 May More Info: http://westhillconsulting.info/ http://westhillconsulting.info/blog/
Hi, Tablet Venue 8 with Android Version is a fantastic instrument. Eye-catching look... espcially with Red colour. 2 GB RAM in affordable price.. The missing thing is it is not with voice calling in same price range. Hope your team must be working on it.. Looking forward to have this featue in Venue-8 android version. regards, Amol
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