Would like to see the latest version of Lollipop on Dell Android Tablets! Thanks.
Dell should create their own GPU card. So far, Dell seems to use reference GPU on their Alienware systems. However, there are several impediments that can be combated by designing their own GPUs. Some dual-GPU cards are difficult to install or requires sacrificing a fan. Radeon R9 295X2, despite its dual-slot size, has got an external fan. Nvidia Titan Z, depsite its dual-slot coolant, has got a 3-slot backplate.Current GPUs are air-cooled. Since Dell has already introduced liquid coolant to their CPUs, I think Dell should offer the same cooling system to GPUs. GPUs are often hotter than CPUs.Dell can also add GPU settings to their command center. Features such as GPU overclocking, AlienFX for GPU and fan speed should be controllable by users.GPUs can also be aesthetically enhanced by Dell. Examples: AlienFX for GPU or Alienware SLI bridge.
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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.
im happy with ur laptops the r well build and also ur services is quite good,but now the world need more portable and powerfull design also the durability and the product which fits for multiple usage so i thiung just make somethimg like macbook air but with mor powerfull processor and large memory,also need to focus on 2in 1 but not compromising with performance
I am still getting a TON of clients asking if I can upgrade their Studio Hybrid desktops that they have endearingly fallen in love with.Even for today's systems in 2015, nothing on the market comes remotely close to the INGENIOUS designwork that the Hybrid deployed. It was the FUTURE! It still is the FUTURE! All you had to do was upgrade its processors to an i3, i5 or i7 and 4 to 8 GB of ram! The hidden slot dvd burner was KILLER! Its touch sensitive button that lit up when a disc was inserted was GORGEOUS! The powercord that glowed neon blue when you turned the power on was RADICAL! The ability to change color sleeves was SUPERB!What idiot KILLED IT OUT OF PRODUCTION??!!!It was your FLAGSHIP DESIGN!!!No other Dell product has EVER surpassed this high quality device !!!BRING IT BACK PLEASE!!!!!
Hello, my name is Oscar and I am a fulltime student while working a fulltime job. I sleep more in my car than I do in my bed. I also spend more time on my tablets than anything else. My tablets allow me to do my homework and they also entertain me. When I’m not doing my school work im using my tablet to read or watch some movies but I mostly do work. I have two tablets, a Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 and a Nook HD+. I use my Note more often than my HD+ because it’s my daily carry but I enjoy the HD+ over the Note.I carry the note due to its ability to write. The tablet itself is atrocious, slow, and just awful to use but it has a stylus which I need to take notes. The tablet was sort of a gift so at least I didn’t spend any of my money but regardless of that fact I still feel like I over paid! On the other hand I love using my HD+ for reading because it has not only a great HD screen with the right dimensions, it has a great battery life. For this reason I use it for reading not only my textbooks, but my comic books and magazines.It just so happens that I was looking for a new tablet when I stumbled on an article regarding the Dell Venue 8 7000 and was awestruck. Now I have to clarify, it wasn’t the tablet that struck me (although it is pretty epic) but it was the fact that dell was putting this much effort into a tablet. The 7000 reminded me of the Huawei MediaPad X1 which is the tablet that I was looking to buy due to its aesthetics and great battery.So, what’s my idea? My idea is that Dell should make a tablet aimed at students. A slim yet powerful tablet designed to fulfill the needs of a student’s daily needs. I believe that the Dell Venue 8 7000 would fit the need if it had a few adjustments. HD 4:3 screen aspect ratio which would make it ideal for reading textbooks. Stylus support. Expandable Memory slot. Huge battery for long school and work days. Now these suggestions might not seem like much but for many like me it would mean the world. There are many apps on the android market that are designed to help us students out but they are useless without the proper hardware to run them on. I hope that my idea is at least considered even if my suggestions are ignored. At least that way I would feel like someone might create a product that would be of benefit for us.
I've just found out that Dell in it's wisdom have discontinued the 18 inch models in their laptop range.I think this is a VERY short sighted decision.Alienware are marketed as and I quote "The most powerful laptop in the universe" end quote.Dell have released a second rate device called an "AMP" which is "supposed" to increase the 17,15 nd 13 inch's video power, long story short - It doesn't.So this being the case, why would Dell remove what is known worldwide to be one of the best and most powerful laptops available from a range dedicated to gaming that is not only marketed as "All powerful" but also the best in the world.Not a happy camper.IMO - A very bad decision.Bring back the king of laptops........