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Great improvement suggestions for upcoming tablets/laptops (USB 3.1 Type C)

Sep 23, 2014

1 Vote

Status: New

Dear readers, I have over 10 years of experience using different computer systems and I just find it so difficult to get a system that will be really appealing to a great deal of consumers. Mostly some things are just not good, while on other laptops (in this case I’m talking about Dell’s models) the proper features do exist. I just want you, Dell, to make the best possible appealing product you can. Around October your Latitude 13 7000 Series 2-in-1 will be released. It has the Core M (Intel Broadwell). The technology has now finally improved so much that we can get good tablets/laptops. As mentioned below, look at the fanless Core M CPU and the USB 3.1 Type C connector. Although the thought is really good, I hope you’re going to soon release (between January and March 2015) a revised version of this notebook with the following improvements: If you’re principally going to bring out a glossy model to attract a wider range of consumers, I would like a sticker that would ‘degloss’ the screen available. I prefer a matte screen. USB 3.1 type C connector that can finally be used as a single docking port! Read more at e.g. http://www.anandtech.com/show/8558/displayport-alternate-mode-for-usb-typec-announced This is a killer feature of which the spec has been released. With this I hope you can release one power adapter with an usb 3.1 C connector. Maybe implementing a chip like the asm1142 usb 3.1 controller is an option. If possible, make a replaceable M2 sata slot instead of using eMMC memory. Seems optional, it really depends on your considerations of you as a design team. 3G and/or 4G mobile data connection with SIM slot. Don’t make it optional, as having to produce two models increases costs. Preferably no wireless charging as it’ll only increase costs.   I really hope you’re going to implement (some of) these wishes into an Intel Core M tablet release it between januari-march 2015. The reason I’m right now posting this is after seeing the killer feature spec of USB 3.1 C available now, you can implement it in the coming months and create a great product. I also made a post on the Dell forum. http://en.community.dell.com/support-forums/laptop/f/3518/t/19600833

1 Votes | 0 Comment

Categories: Broadband and Mobility, Desktops and Laptops, Mobile Devices,

Better and more precise touchpad

Sep 23, 2014

1 Vote

Status: Acknowledged

On Latitude models Dell should really invest in better touchpads. Compared to Macbooks the touchpad on latitude models are a joke. Bigger and more precise, something that does what it supposed to do. Once you have tried a touchpad on a Macbook you don´t want to go back to what you have today.

1 Votes | 0 Comment

Categories: Desktops and Laptops,

Universal tablet

Sep 23, 2014

1 Vote

Status: Acknowledged

My idea is to Make a Tablet with below config which fullfills all requirement.Dell UniVersal Tab1.3 and above GHZ Quad Core Processor2 GB RAMLatest Version of Android or upgradable to higher version.1280 x 800 IPS Display or betterFront Facing Dual Speakers (like, Lennovo A1000)5MP Main and 2MP front Camera or better2G/3G/4G via SIM SlotWifiVoice CallingBattery - 5000 mAh and aboveand other basic features

1 Votes | 1 Comment

Categories: Mobile Devices,

Inspiron 7000 Keyboard key color makes the keys hard to read at times

Sep 22, 2014

2 Votes

Status: Acknowledged

I have a Inspiron 7000 Series 7537 and the grey key color makes it difficult to read under certain lighting conditions. When there is a light source above the laptop, it's difficult to distinguish the keys and the lettering on the keys. Even with the backlight on, the keys and the labels are a similar grey so it's hard to read what the keys are. I think if the keys were black (sorry, but similar to a Mac) then the keys would be easier to read. The older Dell Studio models have a good design for reading.Thank you,David

2 Votes | 2 Comments

Categories: Desktops and Laptops,

minimum resolution for displays

Sep 22, 2014

2 Votes

Status: Acknowledged

Who decides the minimum resolution for displays? How can the minimum for a 15.6" screen be 1366 x 768 with next available one 1920 x 1080? Why is 1366 x 768 even an option for a 17.3" screen? Here are some sensible minimum resolutions for various resolutions. At a minimum, these resolutions should be an available option. 13" to 14":     1366 x 768 15" to 15.6":  1600 x 900 17" to 18":      1600 x 900, preferably 1920 x 1080

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Categories: Desktops and Laptops,

Idea for Dell Products learning website

Sep 21, 2014

1 Vote

Status: Acknowledged

Hi Friends,i want suggest to start about dell products based learning website such as like microsoftvirtualacademy.com and wduniversity.com. Sorry for compare other websties. But, its really need for develop and enhance our products knowledge in Dell. For an example, the western digital company promote their products and design, specification and how to use etc., are teach by wduniversity.com. It is very helpful to know about their products and understand what we need and which one suitable for every customer. As like as We need same and enhance the same system to start with Dell products. I suggest like what are laptop,storage, servers, models and   available in dell  and what our dell devices specification  which one is suitable for normal people and advanced people how to handle their own laptops  learner points and grades special prizes for learner 

1 Votes | 8 Comments

Categories: Education,

Create product line similar to surface pro 3... BUT make it better

Sep 21, 2014

2 Votes

Status: Acknowledged

Eventually surface pro 3 (12") product line could dominate the office.. It can really replace your current office Laptop.People like travelling on light load.But it needs few more improvement.When on the road (Not in table of your office)1) Better Key board (Look at Logitech thin keyboard)2) Thin mouse dockable within the unit (Look at Mogo mouse and Arc touch mouse).. Tough challege to insert in thin tablet  though. I have an idea but it will still be tough.3) Design with protective back cover and Attached keyboard in mind. Who buys expensive tablet/laptop and does not want to have protective cover? Include this in docking station consideration design.Or just do similar to Toshiba Dynadock.But irregardless of docking station, design the product with protective back cover and Attached keyboard in mind.4) I want at least 2 USB when I am on the road.

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Categories: Accessories (Keyboards, etc.), Desktops and Laptops, Mobile Devices,

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