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Replacing and upgrading a notebook LCD display

Posted on Tuesday, February 07 2006 @ 00:58:33 CET by


Notebook Review shows us how they have upgraded one of their Dell notebook displays from a matty to a glossy one:
A broken screen on your laptop means that a perfectly good machine might be rendered unusable. But rather than buying an entirely new laptop, it is possible to replace the broken screen and indeed vendors exist that dedicate themselves entirely to the service of providing laptop screen replacements. One such company is ScreenTek, who aside from just offering replacements for broken screens, also offer upgrading your matte screen to the popular glossy enhanced screen finish -- even for notebooks that don't offer this as a configuration direct from the manufacturer.
You can check out the article over here.


 



 

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