For instance, when I ran into the issues with the fingerprint reader and the touchpad, the Geek Squad agent immediately proceeded to add a couple of entries to the registry, with the necessary information about the devices and the resolutions. This suggests that Geek Squad will be able to help you resolve most issues related to the X270’s built-in hardware, and it’s nice to see that the company clearly isn’t afraid to try out new methods and features.
Another important part of the Geek Squad experience is the ease of not being scammed. I’ve only had a chance to use a handful of the company’s services, but I’ve yet to be asked to pay for any services beyond my first service call. I’m sure the hard part of this is that I’m paying for the service with my money, but the fact that my experience has been so seamless still makes the choice to shop with Geek Squad hard to pass up.
The service also isn’t one to be left behind. Earlier, I mentioned that I’m using a Lenovo X270. This is a new laptop, so I’ve only been using it for two days, but so far, Geek Squad has been able to fix a few minor issues that cropped up while I was using it, including an issue with the built-in fingerprint reader, an issue with the built-in webcam, and a few problems with the touchpad. In fact, the entire experience suggests that Lenovo and Geek Squad have been working together to ensure that the X270 is supported by the company’s new one-click device resolution tools (those tools, by the way, were so good that I’m sure Lenovo has been pushing them onto other Lenovo products as well.
On April 3, 2005, the web site www.walmart.com announced a new Geek Squad service called the Spyware Cleaner (a name that has since been changed to Spyware Doctor ). The free service was offered only to walmart.com users, and required that customers give their name, phone number, and email address. After filling out an on-line form, customers received an email informing them of the availability of the service. The email also promised a special offer to new customers: the first 20,000 to sign up would receive $50 of Geek Squad services. One catch: the offer was only good for a one-time use.
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