You better do if fast..the first to market wins the lion share of the profits... Please come up with a dual monitor laptop. Every one has one on their desk, except on tdy trips or travel. Wouldn't it be a site to behold if someone had a dual monitor laptop while on travel... wow!! It would force everyone else to produce one or be out of date.Respectfully,Glenn Corbett
I think it would be cool if there was a case design with photo-reactive features (i.e. when the system is running, parts of it become transparent).It wouldn't have to be a lot, as the coating is placed on tempered glass areas only, so you could add it to sections where there might be led fans, or the gpu/ram areas.
The cameras in the Dell Precision laptops should be compatible with Windows Hello login. Facial recognition is a lot quicker for those of us who do not absolutely need fingerprint access. The Precision lineup fits what I need (processing power, ports, etc.), but lacks a compatible camera.Thanks!
Can engineering add a power button on the top of the D3000 series dockingstation?Most if not all of my customers who use this, have their laptop lid closed already. Why should they have to open the lid, hit the power button, then close the lid. The old style dock has a power button on the top.
Produce monitors with the same, interactive screen on both the front and back. This would prevent having to turn ones monitor so that a person sitting opposite can view what is being discussed. This would be useful in financial markets, doctor offices, insurance companies, businesses, schools, and anywhere that an individual wants to show another what is on their screen, but had to constantly turn the screen for the other person to view it. One side (front) monitor allows the presenter to continue without turning it for the viewer to see, while the viewer can see what is being presented, no screen turning, no craning necks. Both presenter and viewer could have access, by mouse, of pointing items of concern.
House the screen in some kind of extendable sleave or on a sturdy metal bar/rod that allows you to have the screen at eye level. Laptops are awful for your neck!
You may recognize this: In the morning your room or office gets brighter and you turn up the brightness a couple of times to a comfortable level. Conversely, you find yourself turning down the brightness a couple of times in the evening as the brightness quickly gets too high in a dim room.Idea: to have the brightness change automatically based on a brightness profile you set yourself, or to change the brightness automatically and smoothly depending on the sunrise and sunset (like f.lux does with color temperature).This could be done by utilizing a small software utility (by connecting the monitor through USB; note that this is already often the case as the monitor can be used as USB hub), or this could be done entirely inside the monitor. I'll leave the practicalities to the Dell engineers.Thanks.
Would be great if Dell created a Precision 5000 series with a 13 inch version. The version should include USB 3.0 ports as most business has yet to adapt the type c port, should be similar with the old version of the XPS 13 body. Same ports and an isolated fingerprint sensor while upgrading the new camera as well as the keyboard.
I would like to see a 2-in-1 Convertible Chromebook with a similar form factor as the new XPS. Chrome OS is a very touch and pen friendly OS so it would be nice to see a 2-in-1 Chromebook from Dell. Dell's Chromebook 13 is a great high end Chromebook but it's high end competitors (Google's Pixelbook and Samsung's Chromebook Pro) offer more versitility by being convertible and giving the option to use with a stylus.
It is surprising to me that no one has invented a silent mouse yet. Keyboards are relatively quiet, but I know that it would be great as a graphic designer to not hear the constant click, click, clicking. I would suggest that Dell create a silent mouse accessory.