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Not just a Printer but a pretty Central HUB

Jul 27, 2015

2 Votes

Status: Acknowledged

Looking around most workstation setups, it’s curious to see how in this day and age things remain still so scattered. Then you realize that of all peripherals, the printers are omnipresent and most-importantly – always connected. And when you consider the size of average printer, it’s amazing nobody yet thought of integrating greater multifunctionality within all that estate.Thus - instead of mostly unatractive bland space-grabbing boxes, why not make a well-designed USB 3 device which connects to a computer via a single cable and serves not only as a printer & scanner but...... as an attractive central connection point, which can also display important references and alerts?Image above conceptualises All-In-One: • Printer/ scanner• Appointments Display (with data pulled from Google or system calendar)• Powered stereo speakers (USB or BT)• Clock with Internet weather• Display for SD card content• Printer touchscreen commands• Notifications display• USB hub with 3-4 powered slots• SD/ multicard reader• MP3 player Considering the number of hardware pieces such device would replace, it could sell at several times the price of an average printer, thus hopefully justifying its production/ support costs.Just a thought – but I'd certainly jump to buy one or three:)

2 Votes | 0 Comment

Categories: New Product Ideas, Printers and Ink, Small Business,

A software to broadcast some corporational information to workers?

Jul 21, 2015

1 Vote

Status: Acknowledged

A Software may be developed to broadcast information to all colleagues with some options. It will be done in an intrusive method during network connectivity, broadcasting mails or tray-popups (agents)? An administrator choose the method and fill some required information whcih will be broadcasted.This software will be pluggable and flexible?

1 Votes | 0 Comment

Categories: IdeaStorm, New Product Ideas, Software,

Developing P2P Applications framework on Smartphones

Jul 21, 2015

1 Vote

Status: Acknowledged

Is developing P2P applications on smartphones, a good idea? The hard concept of information security, client-server approach will be deprecated. And some p2p application will be overcome. So this p2p application will be trend against to information security policies. At that time zero-trust will be performed and all p2p applications will be communicate with each other in a white list and via some protocols whether protocol will be encrypted or not. So developing a framework which will provide a development environment of an compact software to communicate several application on smartphones.Is this a good idea?

1 Votes | 0 Comment

Categories: Broadband and Mobility, IdeaStorm, Software,

Developing a Turn-based Mechanic Tycoon?

Jul 21, 2015

1 Vote

Status: Acknowledged

Is developing a turn-based mechanic tycoon game, a good idea?Nowadays, most of the teenage does not play tycoon-based games. In my opinion, developing some tycoon games which are derived from professions is a good idea? For instance, a tycoon based game which has a subject of a mechanic's daily jobs will be played by most of the teenage. And some extreme cases will be added to that game level by level. And it is possible to play that game in a multiplayer environment. 

1 Votes | 1 Comment

Categories: Gaming, IdeaStorm, New Product Ideas,

A Software Defined firmware

Jul 21, 2015

1 Vote

Status: Acknowledged

Is Developing a basic pluggable framework which lays between software and a hardware, a good idea?Thus, this framework would have some configurable parameters which will change the hardware and operating system parameters. For example, a compression will be done via the gateway which would be created by this firmware. May be, you would change the behaviour of the hardware according to your workload(DSS database, OLTP Database, Small-portioned FileServer, Load Balanced I/O, etc.)Most of the hardware, storage and operating system have those kind of flexible options, like compression will be performed with upto 6 algorithms.

1 Votes | 0 Comment

Categories: IdeaStorm, New Product Ideas, Software,

xps 14 FHD (NOT QHD) infinity touch display, 16gb ram intel HD 6100 i7

Jul 20, 2015

2 Votes

Status: Acknowledged

a 14" XPS with FHD touchscreen infinity display (not UHD or QHD), i7, 12-16gb ram, intel 6100 iris graphics, 256SSD and same design as the new XPS 13 would be the ultimate laptop for students and professionals alike !  such a shame that you have at your disposal such a phenomenal design like the xps 13 that is hindered by the limited 8gb of ram and the weaker 5500 graphics (not to mention the QHD screen instead of a FHD one that is resulting in a weaker performance and battery life) i believe that a 14" would give you more room to enhance it with more ram and better graphics...

2 Votes | 1 Comment

Categories: Desktops and Laptops, IdeaStorm, New Product Ideas,

New twist on a keyboard

Jul 14, 2015

2 Votes

Status: Acknowledged

I was meeting with one of your Sr. Sales persons, Terri Anderson about several additional products we are looking at for our college. In our conversation I was describing an idea on an new keyboard concept for computers, tablets, etc. She said to send you an email as you were always interested in new innovative ideals for technology. Smart phones continue to evolve and  can do anything basically that our computers can do while moving around. Texting has become a way of life for communicating to others.   What if your phone became a blue tooth keyboard for your computer and you controlled it as you do texting and typing on your phone. This is the way so many people now type information to others, so it would be interesting to see how that worked.

2 Votes | 1 Comment

Categories: Desktops and Laptops, New Product Ideas, Mobile Devices,

LED light control

Jul 14, 2015

3 Votes

Status: Acknowledged

Many laptops come with extremely bright and annoying status LED lights in the front of the chassis. On my current laptop, it was so annoying that I bought black nail lacquer to cover them. No brand let's the user take control of these lights with a program, so I think it would be wise by Dell to be first. It might not be a revolutionary feature, but it sure is convenient.

3 Votes | 1 Comment

Categories: Desktops and Laptops, IdeaStorm, Software,

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