DEVICE:KEYPAD: Dumb person would write, slips would come out for written material instantly, multiple copies options would be there....in addition to visual display of WRITTEN MATERIAL.SMALL SCREEN for visual display would be there.User can have device hanged around neck with tight rope attached to device.Portable device:"DELL- WRITER".DEVICE: "DELL - DEVICE FOR DUMB" : 3D BY DELL.SIGNALs: alert if one part of device as output signal to guardian or peer or family member etc.Verbiages loud on writing on deviceVisual screen for typed content.WRITTEN SLIPS multiple copies per choice of written content on device.KEYPAD for writing.
How about having a USB port on the Power Adaptor of DELL E5470 laptop which would act as a charger for the USB devices as well. It can be made into a Power Bank as well by implementing a long battery into it.
We should have a video of the terms and conditions of the warranty" and what to expect when contacting Dell for support. The video should show up after the initial setup has been completed on every system/segment and their warranty entitlements. It should also apear on the Desktop as a shortcut, windows 10 Tile, Dell support site, Dell community forum etc... This will be a win-win for our business and the customers.
When I connect my Wacom Tablet to a laptop there is a seperare window that pops up and allows me to write rather than type. Why not make a small touch screen next to the trackpad on a laptop for people to write their signatures directly into a document? In fact, why not make a double screened laptop with a touch screen bottom. This would eliminate the keyboard yet for those peckers out there this would make things faster for them. Too far of a stretch? If this was thought up already, then oh darn.
USB port devices exclusive for movies and programmes , a true replacement of CD/DVD CULTURE and problems associated with CD/DVD would be minimized..Movies and programmes would be available in USB port, where adding data provisions would not be there..means verified from manufacturers....and movies copyright and other formalities would be done from manufacturers..
Assigned key or user can make any assigned key out of keyboard keys, pressing which makes system screen opaque, and again pressing which makes system screen visible..
I have just purchased a new Inspiron AIO 22 3000. Although my IP provider sells me 200 mbits/sec download speed I only get 100 on this new machine. My other older Dell machines get 200.My idea is that Dell should stop equiping new models with 10-100 processors and make sure that all are 10-100-1000. 100 maximum is obsoleteI received good service from Dell who have agreed to my returning the machine for a full refund.
Idea:I have idea a technology that non uses PC. only the monitor as a display device and a keyboard might be smartfon or other device …all performance will be in the cloud (EMC).Security:Login can be by using the BAR code + password and the smartphone that the user authorizes for the private cloud.Devices: Monitor with wifi, smartphone with android 4.0 +, EMC cloud
DEVICE:KEYPAD: Dumb person would write, slips would come out for written material instantly, multiple copies options would be there....in addition to visual display of WRITTEN MATERIAL.SMALL SCREEN for visual display would be there.User can have device hanged around neck with tight rope attached to device.Portable device:"DELL- WRITER".
Situation/Problem:With all the news about the laptop bans in the cabins on flights from the Middle East to the U.S.A. and the high possibility of expanding it to 70+ additional International locations - it is not far fetched to think that this may eventually expand to flights between the east to west coast.. With that train of through, in practicality all domestic flights would also have a laptop ban...The reason for the ban, seems to primarily be centered around the lithium batteries they use (that can be swapped with bombs) and general mistrust of whats really in a laptop chassis. Most would be quite hesitant putting their laptop (with confidential company data) in a checked bag, where they are out of sight and things can go missing or get damaged, not to mention losing productivity time on a 4-16+ hour flight.