Ok here it goes for both alienware 15 & 171. Heat is still issue like other brands have more mesh at back. Dust may be issue but the gain of airflow will reduce temps significantly. Pls also make back cover of 15 & 16 so that one can buy it as optional accessory.2. The user have very old looking limited control on alienware i am watching same command centre past 5 years plus. Have a look at asus, lenovo, msi. The functionality and quality of software really outshines the alienware decade old look.3. Alienrespawn was best to get system restored, even though microsoft gave something new win win 10 still alien respawn is best and would take few seconds to restore entire ssd.4. Keep old loyal customers with you else with more offerings from other brands you will see people switching .5. Listen to feedback just do not document it.6. My laptop is new alienware 15 with 7820hk but the moment i enable overclocking via bios at OC level 1 it does not boot but throws win 10 not able to boot error.7. Both software and hardware needs more integration and something new for consumer to feel cared for.
In today's world everyone has some form of social media it seems. I have thought of an idea over the years and am not sure if it is necessarily something that is around. While I am not one of those who plays computer games I do realize that there are a good bit of college students who do. Sometimes I feel like some of these individuals get stuck playing these games on the weekends because they don't have many friends. So I have an idea for a new social media, it would be called Nerd Up Gaming. And this is how it works, this would only be for college students, you would sign up with your .edu. And then you would list the games that you play. This way you would be able to connect with individuals at your school or surronding schoosl in the area that play the same game or similar games.
Ever since I played Battlefield 3 there's a AlienFX when you play the game which looks awesome! However, since battlefield 1 doesn't have one I really like it to be supported similar to battlefield 3!
I'm a web developer, wannabe game programmer and game player. My ideal monitor would be:30", 16:10, IPS, LED backlighting, narrow bezels, 4k at 60 Hz and capable of 144 Hz at 2k.Nice to have: I am currently running nVidia, so GSync would be nice, but I'd like the flexibility of a Freesync version.Also, I can envision that some people might prefer 27", and, of course that would be less expensive. But, these old eyes would have a very difficult time reading anything at 4k on a 27" monitor.
Hey all,I really want to push Dell to implement a 120 hz monitor option on their new laptop of the 7000 gaming line. A quality gaming experience really needs a higher refresh rate than just the standard 120 hz. For people like myself, a higher refresh rate really improves the game quality of FPS and is just an overall smoother experience in and outside of gaming. I understand that the Alienware line has the 120 hz option, but as a consumer, not everyone wants a flashy Alienware.I don't anything that screams, "GAMING" and from what I have seen other people feel the same way. As for the white letters on the keyboard option, it could help some people see the keyboard better because the red is really dark on the black.Other companies such as HP have implemented this in their Omen 2017 gaming laptop line for an extra $60 and I really want the same to be available for the Dell gaming laptops. I would not hesitate to spend the extra money for the better refresh rate. Dell, you have been highly criticized for the display that lacks on your 5000 gaming line and if you guys could implement this option as soon as possible on the new 7000, it would be amazing!
Bring back the Dell Alienware 18" laptops.I've owned the XPS 17", the Alienware 17", Precision M6500; I've owned quite a few -- Nothing compares to the Alienware 18R2.Yes, its a gaming machine, but I use mine for day to day business and my 18R2 puts to shame anthing else.I've seen clients pull out their Asus, Sony, HP, ... whatever they have and side by side, it does NOT compare to the Dell AW 18R2. Quite often I get asked, "Where can I get one of those??" and sadly I have to tell them "they're no longer available". Ya, its big, its a bit heavy, but if you want a 18" monitor with horse power enough to drown most workstations, then (IMO) the extra baggage is worth it. But that drives another question: Why did Alienware initially make a 18R2? Then why did they discontinue it? I think this are all valid questions to ask and Dell should answer them. So many times we see a product discontinued and no reason as to why. Recently: I purchased a brand new Precision 7720 (Intel Core i5-7440HQ, 512 SSD, 8G) and a Lattitude 7275 ( 6th Generation Intel Core m7-6Y75 Processor, 256 SSD 8G, last week. Side by side my 4 year old AW 18R2 crushed both of them. The only thing that might be tied, is the graphics between the 4k card on the tablet an the 18R2. To the human eye, both were stunning, but lets be real -- Any GPU or CPU intensive tasks on that tablet and you'll be right back here, putting a vote on this page.
Sería muy útil para los usuarios de computadores de escritorio y laptos DEL que incorpore un software de inteligencia artificial (parecido a SIRI de Apple) que ayude a los navegadores a tener interacción con la máquina más fácil y puedan acceder a los programas que tienen instalados así como también a funciones de configuración del equipo sin la necesidad de hacerlo manualmente, esto especialmente en función de las personas que tienen algún tipo de discapacidad física y se les dificulta realizar estas tareas manualmente y esto provoca que se tarden demasiado tiempo en usar aplicaciones básicas como los paquetes de office.
It would be nice to see some of the following things in the next dell xps refresh. Because of these reasons I haven't bought one yet/waiting for refresh. I am a student and I'm only at home in the weekends so I am looking for a nice laptop. I know the dell xps can handle all these things but still it would be great to see these things change. - full speed thunderbolt connection- maybe a maxq gtx 1060 as the power is only 60 watt instead of 50 with the 1050 (don't know if this is actually possible but it would be very nice)- coffee lake cpu- 1 tb ssd option (only 500 gb available where I am from)- maybe option for other colors (not so important)- charging via usb/c thunderbolt and more of these ports would be nice aswell- reaction time for screen a little lower, I think it is about 20 ms which is very high not sure if it actually makes a big impactThese are the things I would like to see. Tell me what you think about it and what you would like to see on the next refresh.
Lets be honest even if we love the stroke and plenty of travel of the keys in the present AW laptop keyboards, the style is grossly outdated and doesn't make any sense in 2017. They are difficult to clean, doesn't look good and zone lighting doesn't even comes close to individual RGB lighting of the keys that many current rivals are implementing.Suggested Revisions for next refresh: 1. Indivitually lit RGB chicklet style keyboard2. buttonless microsoft precision touchpad3. Nvidia Max Q graphics4. Thinner bezels of the display
In addition to current design, more flexibilities in design on laptop...features..like for games: Small detachable handle and buttons zone for game plays..on laptops..