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  • Years ago, when the Latitude E-Series was introduced, I complained about the sharp front edges of the palm rest that really start irritating users' palms after long use and submitted the idea to make sure to use rounded edges on future laptop models. Later E-Series models (e.g. 6430 indeed had more comfortable edges). Unfortunately, my newest acquisition, an XPS13, is back to a sharp, irritating edge. Yes, it looks slick but it is really unergonomic. Herewith I submit my idea once again to make eased, ergonomic front edges of laptop palm rests a must for new models, regardless of what the (visual) design team might say.  

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  • About Westward Parts

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    In the 1960's, Al Harris, then a farm equipment dealer, saw the need for a specialized agricultural parts service in Western Canada. Although a number of quality "short-line" manufacturers were represented in the Canadian West, they were unable to provide adequate parts service, an important factor in providing service to agriculture.   In 1970, Al started a service for Alberta dealers, and in February of 1973, Westward Parts Services Ltd. was incorporated as a separate business. A Regina warehouse was opened in February of 1974. Westward Parts soon expanded to serve Manitoba and British Columbia dealers, and then Eastern Canadian dealers and distributors. Although Al has passed away, Westward Parts remains a 100% Canadian owned private corporation.   Late in 1992, Westward Parts acquired most of the inventory and assets of City Machinery Limited, a large Winnipeg industrial distributor. Westward Parts is now supplying bearings, power transmission products, tools, components, and general industrial supplies to a large number of industrial and commercial customers.   Since its establishment, Westward Parts has grown steadily and can now supply the largest selection of "all makes parts and power transmission products" in Canada. Westward Parts is Western Canada's leading agricultural distributor, supplying almost all the region's farm equipment dealers, and other farm parts retailers. Westward Parts continues to provide an authorized original parts distribution service for several quality farm equipment manufacturers.   Westward Parts also manufacturers and distributes accessories, attachments and small equipment, and supplies specialized items to Original Equipment Manufacturers. Westward Parts growth has been accomplished by aggressively pursuing manufacturers, the world over, that can supply us with top quality products at competitive prices. Westward Parts has enjoyed long continuous relationships with its suppliers.   With our warehouses in Red Deer, Alberta; Regina, Saskatchewan; and Winnipeg, Manitoba, Westward Parts is equipped to provide effective service at competitive prices to all customers. Westward Parts' objective has always been efficient service to Canadian farmers and acreage owners. Westward Parts supplies a wide selection of affordable quality products with superior customer service.  

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    How about a laptop with more than one screen? Many people use to monitors to work. If there was a laptop with two screens people could work faster. They would not have to keep switching pages on the one screen.

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  • Years ago, when the Latitude E-Series was introduced, I complained about the sharp front edges of the palm rest that really start irritating users' palms after long use and submitted the idea to make sure to use rounded edges on future laptop models. Later E-Series models (e.g. 6430 indeed had more comfortable edges). Unfortunately, my newest acquisition, an XPS13, is back to a sharp, irritating edge. Yes, it looks slick but it is really unergonomic. Herewith I submit my idea once again to make eased, ergonomic front edges of laptop palm rests a must for new models, regardless of what the (visual) design team might say.  

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    I do own a Dell M3800 mobile workstation. Only a USB docking station, which, let's face it, is a joke (sorry). In particular, the video over USB with gives a very limited resolution that is just not adequate for any workstation use.What should the docking station feature:- 4K display support (preferably twice), like for the Dell ones.- Gigabit Ethernet- Optical Audio Out- Power connector to charge notebook- single cable to notebook (preferabbly not a docking connector, more like a USB cable)- Thunderbolt connector to allow external PCY Express and other devices- Really great would naturally be wireless with induction-based charging.

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