Delivery time 1804
Delivery time 1805
I don't think that this is true. In my experience, with maybe 20 systems, Dell seems to consistently set ship dates with the goal of...
OK, first of all, why is this "traumatic"?
What type of order is it? Sometimes one part of an order can hold everything else up. Is there anything unique or in short supply part of your order?
Where is it in the manufacturing sequence on Dell's site?
I am really interested why it's "traumatic". I'm not trying to invalidate you at all. I just think that with our modern conveniences, the tolerance of "trauma" is small for a lot of people.
My mother lives 70 miles away. Someone might consider it "traumatic" that I can't go down until Thursday because my car is in the shop, and then I learn it's going to not be until Friday because they have to get a part.
As early as 100 years ago, I would have had to take a carriage, a horse, or walk for a week to get there. Someone from then would consider a several day delay of getting a car fixed to be fantasy island.
With the Internet and digital revolution, I think this is being taken to another level. In a few years it might be traumatic if nne can't get the 97th episode of MASH on demand one night because a web site is down ...