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Acer Aspire 7736G Screen – One of the largest laptop screen replacements

One of the largest screen sizes you can get in a home laptop is the 17.3″ panel. This gives a great size screen to view things like DVD’s or for playing games. It is also a higher quality LED panel which gives more vivid colours and better efficiency so is really a step up from the older CCFL Laptop Screens. Unlike TV’s where the larger the screen size the more you pay for it, laptops are a different entity.

LED technology and demand for the products is pushing prices down making it far more affordable to replace a broken laptop screen as opposed to buying a new laptop. It might surprise you find out that for one of the largest LED HD laptop screens will only set you back around £70. We think this is fantastic value and certainly good news for you if you have a damaged laptop screen that needs to be fixed.

Order a brand new Acer Aspire 7736G Laptop Screen from us and once you have received it you can click on our Laptop Screen Replacement Guide for all the information and help you need to enable you to replace your very own panel. There is no need for you to take it elsewhere to be done for you when you can manage it in the comfort of your own home.

We also guarantee against manufacturing faults for a period of 12 months so you can sit back, relax and watch all of your DVD’s to your hearts content with the help of Laptop Power UK, the UK’s biggest laptop screen parts suppliers

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