Dell tells me to buy a finger print reader in order to have another color on the system
This is hilarious or there is a color technology out there that requires to scan my finger print in order to show the “bunch o surfers” or some other design on my laptop skin. Really Dell?
see it on the dell site, just select the color scheme as “bunch o surfers”
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5 Responses to “Dell tells me to buy a finger print reader in order to have another color on the system”
Is it possible that Dell only manufactured that particular laptop skin/case in the configuration that includes a slot/hole for the integrated biometric reader? If so, you'd have to order the reader with the case, or have a gaping hole in your laptop where the reader should be.
Pssible... but that would be a gaping hole in the logic of skin designer.... welcome to PHD blog... 🙂
Maybe Dell's broadening their market to finger painters.
Were you really interested in that skin? Or just exploring?
Maybe it's been fixed. I went there, selected bunch of surfers, went to check out and didn't get a compatibility issue.
Pretty funny error though. If someone else replicates it, let me know.