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No laptop screen? No problem!

Laptops are sturdy and resilient machines but sometimes they can throw in the towel if not treated properly – usually laptops can withstand being dropped but once in a while, if your laptop has been dropped one too many times, you may hear one of the more distressing sounds a laptop can make – the crack of the laptop screen.

At this point, many people will strongly consider purchasing a new laptop to replace their broken screen. Many other people will consider getting a quote from a professional IT person for replacing their laptop screens – this is when they’ll hear one of the other distressing sounds regarding a laptop as the IT professional tells them that it could cost more than the price of a new laptop. This is possibly why so many people opt to buy a new machine instead of replacing their existing laptop screen.

There are a couple of ways around a broken laptop screen, however. Firstly, you could hook your laptop up to a normal PC monitor. This may temporarily solve the problem, especially if you have urgent work to do, but it’s not very practical when it comes to mobility. It essentially turns your laptop into a smaller, unmovable PC which defeats the purpose of a laptop. The second option is a laptop screen replacement done at home. This is much easier than it sounds and is incredibly cost-efficient when compared to the other option above.

Here at Laptop Power UK, we provide quality laptop screens and aim to save you as much money as we can. With laptop screens by well known manufacturers such as Sony, HP, Dell and Apple to name a few, we also provide step by step instructions on how to replace your broken laptop screen yourself from home at no extra charge. If, however, you don’t feel that you could replace the screen yourself, send it to us and we’ll do it for you at a fraction of the cost of other IT professionals.

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