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I realize that most of our ideas are forward for future devices but there is an issue that needs to be handled that has all but been forgotten by everyone but the unfortunate owners of certain Dell Laptops (L702x for example). As there are hundreds of Motherboards in Dell laptops with a failing "delicate proprietary chip" which prevents charging their genuine Dell batteries with genuine Dell AC adapters why not create an "excuse me" BIOS version that allows them to charge? If that is not possible you could also create and make available to all with the defective Motherboard chips a dongle that would allow charging the Dell Battery with a Dell AC adapter (outside the laptop). It would be an inexpensive clip that interfaces directly with the Dell Battery and the Dell AC adapter plug.
Victor Edozien is the President/CEO of SET Enterprises, Inc. In addition he is the Founder/Managing Principal of The Asaba Group, Inc. - a strategy consulting/private equity holding company (http://asabagroupholdings.com/) and is a veteran of the U.S. Army, 10th Mountain Infantry Division. He has been in principal investing since 2004 primarily in manufacturing and consumer goods sectors. Victor has over 15 year of experience in strategic planning, revenue growth strategy, acquisition strategic and business turnarounds/improvement. Victor holds a BS in Electrical Engineering, BA Geology with Mathematics, MS in Engineering, and a MBA in Finance & Operations Management. He is in the Wharton Fellows Program at The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania. He is a member of the Young Presidents' Organization (YPO), the Entrepreneurs' Organization (EO), and CEO Connection. He is a board member of the Real Life 101 Scholarship and Mentoring Program (www.reallife101.org); a 501(c)(3) organization with a mission to improving the higher education opportunities of at-risk inner-city African-American males.
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Several users have confirmed that the early 2015 models of the Alienware 15 and 17 have problems returning from sleep mode. Specifically, when the computer returns from sleep mode, the CPU is throttled to 30 watts and will only run as high as 2.20 GHz. Under normal operations, the CPU should be able to run at up to 47 watts and 3.5 GHz. So far, the only fix is to reboot the machine. Turning off sleep mode is the only viable workaround at this time. Attempts to change the BIOS have not helped as the problem seems persistent in both A03 and A04 BIOS versions. I am requesting that the engineers at Alienware review this problem and provide a firmware update to address the issue.
product:a handwriting input method on smartdevice.feature:keep both the original handwriting and the recoginazed results , side by side or line by line,or file by file.prototype:details: no need to select candidate words while user is writing , the product will choose the best one . sure, user can choose a better one by clicking the handwriting parse when not in a hurry.why this idea come: i like to write something with handwriting, and also want to recoginaze them to computer--friendly format. i used some handwriting products that can only record the handwriting, and also some handwriting recoginaze products that can ony record the recoginazed result. i want keep them both.
When Battery power reaches 100%, battery should start discharging, when it reaches 10% it should recharge the battery again using the ever connected AC Adapter / Charger. Dell should integrate this as part of their DC-IN port fuzzy logic / intergrate this logic with QuickSet utility, whichever is feasible.Some people use their laptops like desktops, always connected to power, hence battery health deteriorates rapidly. 1 yr / within 1 yr the battery dies. By using this idea, customers can get improved battery life. Dell can save on the costs. Win-Win for both parties.
Adding real pen support to the XPS-18 so you could use the Adobe CC suite would make a Wacom killer, I'd buy it tomorrow.
Please use full graphics memory bandwidth to the alienware graphics ampliefer thats the only way that you can justify the full $300 price. It is simply crippling the frame rate of the notebook. Please try to fix this issue and make the best gaming laptops of all time
This would require getting together with a panel maker (LG preferably) and due to it's size would really require a premium panel to avoid backlight bleed and issues that grow the larger the panel. But here goes: 38" 21:9 widescreen monitorCurvedResolution 3840 x 1600Same dot pitch as the 27" and 34" roughlyEquivalent to 1.5 wide 30" 2560x1600MHL2 DP 1.2 (or 1.3 if available) 1 of which would be miniDP out1-2 HDMI 2.0aUSB 3.0 hub 2 up 4 downSpeakers (up to you but they haven't hurt the U3415W)Color (2 panels, 1=8 bit 99% SRGB and 1=10 bit 99%+ AdobeRGB)Extremely light AG - per the U3415W0.5" or less bezel on 3 sidesShould utilize the film layer that enhances contrast in IPS screens because of the size and curve and the resulting challenges of maintaining uniformity and contrast, maintaining a minimum of 1100+ contrast ratio at all brightness levels This way you'd have SM (29), Med (34) and large (38) sizes of 21:9 sizesLarger 21:9's are proving to be extremely popular on the market for both productivity and gamingIt would be compatible with HDMI 1.4, DP 1.2, and driveable by Intel integrated GPU's as well as all discrete GPU's, meaning old and new technology could be used to drive the monitor.It would have the exact same pixel width as 4K, leading to standardization for software designersIt would be similar to having 2 30" monitors a popular professional setup (only 1.5x wide but similar to that setup without a bezel)Will only need 74% of the pixel GPU power to drive as a full 4k panelWill not have the scaling issues that the 32" 4K panels haveWill not take up the physical space nor require the compromises that 40" 4K TV panels have