We are all feeling the pinch when it comes to rising electricity bills, and with prices not showing any signs of falling any time soon we are all looking for ways to keep costs down. Even though it isn’t going to halve your bill, there may be a small mercy in the way of LED laptop screens. Their introduction is significantly more power efficient than the older CCFL laptop screens.
A quick walk around PC World and you will notice if you look carefully enough that most of the new laptops have ‘New LED screen technology’ written on them. Laptop Power UK advises customers to transfer over onto this new type of screen technology when they next upgrade their laptop. As well using less power, the picture quality is superior and also allows for much better laptop battery run times.
Most of the major laptop brands have now largely transferred over onto LED technology including HP laptop screens, Acer Extensa laptop screens and Toshiba laptop screens. The most common type of screens is a 15.6” panel, however for those film buffs and gamers out there, an upgrade to a 17.3” laptop screen may well be worth paying extra for.
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