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........
What if there were buttons that slide through files. Start with two buttons:forward and backward. You press backward and you see the last file that was used. Press forward and it goes back to the other file. It would allow for reaching files fast. If you do not remember the name of the file these button will help you find it.
Make different access levels for the cloud. For example, if there is an organization using the cloud there could be a public access level, semi-private, and private levels. Maybe the business owners want some files to be only accessible to a few. It would be best if any number of levels could be used.
Media Specialist recycles Dell laptop packing material to decorate media center. Later is will be used in the school garden.
Had a technician out to replace the LCD on my Alienware M14x-R2 and he said that the optical drive clip was broken, which requires the motherboard be replaced. 2 problems1) The motherboard should not have to be replaced just to replace that stupid little plastic clip that is really removable.2) Can't Dell come up with a better way than that stupid flimsy clip to hold a ribbon cable in? Dell used to do it better.
I just got a late 2014 Venue Pro 11 tablet with Windows 8.1, and in general am happy with it. However, there are also times when I wish I had gotten an Android tablet.How about offering a version of Android (Lollipop?) and a means to dual-boot the tablet(s) into either Win8 or Android? This would make the tablets highly attractive from a sales standpoint.
Who decided that computer monitors had to match television format?My gripe with tablets and many monitors with the 16x9 format is that they are often too narrow when using portait mode and too short when using widescreen mode. The browsers use so much title bar, menu bar and toolbar real estate that there is little left for content.... also often true on websites. On a small screen, making the text and graphic size large enough to be legible gives a very small window on the content.I understand the association with video screen format, but I rarely use my computer to watch videos. I want to be productive. Why not make monitors in 4:3 format to make a natural fit to a typical document page? This would be especially helpful for tablets.
Why not incorporate a mini projector on the side of a Tablet while using the touch screen to be used as a touch keyboard and a mouse allowing the user to use any white background such as a wall inside of a hotel or a motel, the technology is advanced enough and it is a feasible idea but surprised nobody has came up with it yet.
Dell has a national program accepting computer equipment through Goodwill for recycling. Suppose Dell develops a national recycling program through select computer resellers that service and support new and used equipment where the donor of the recycled equipment would build credits towards the purchase of a replacement Dell product through the reseller? This is a classic win-win-win scenario. The donor does the right thing by recycling the equipment, the reseller will provide the equipment and Dell will move replacement product. Product pricing becomes secondary to the consumer because they are locked in with their recycling credits toward purchase. The reseller would also be a Microsoft certified refurbisher and also provide upgrade options for existing equipment. This program could be implemented on a beta test immediately in Wilmington, DE, with potential rollout to over 250 established computer stores within 6 months of succesful beta test.
Please design a system such a brush or fan to clean under keyboard things like hair or anythnig, automatically or manually. As each laptop has its own kind of keyboard, for example mine is M1330 XPS, I can’t find a brush or hair drier or anything to clean it. If Dell can add it in the package of laptop it can become a value for preference.