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Cracked laptop screens are our speciality

As mobile technology has developed over time, it has become increasingly obvious that despite all the positives, the items involved can often be fragile and easily broken by their users.Laptop Power UK are the leading European specialist in replacing laptop screens and netbook screens.Replacing a cracked laptop screen is a straightforward process, and we have helped thousands of customers to get their laptop back to perfect condition.It is almost always worth your while replacing the laptop screen since a new laptop costs at least £400, whereas a new laptop screen costs in the region of £70-80.In addition fixing your laptop screen also means you dont have to go through all the inconvenience of transfering all your documents and settings onto a new laptop or netbook.

General advice for customers is that one of the main reasons laptop screens become cracked is people leaving pens and pencils on the laptop keyboard and forgetting to remove it before closing the laptop lid.At the present time, whilst the backlights and the inverters of laptop screens can be successfully and economically repaired, there is no way for a cracked laptop screen to be repaired.Laptop Power UK specialise in supply replacement laptop screens to ensure that a cracked laptop panel doesnt cost your more in terms of money or inconvenience than it needs to.

We offer a fitting service for customers who havent got the time, or are not inclined to replace their own laptop screen, which we can perform in our technical workshops and our turnaround on offer is a one day turnaround service.We pride ourselves on the speed and responsiveness of our repair service and our laptop parts distribution service since we fully appreciate just how reliant people are on their laptops these days.Whether it is running your company’s montly payroll from your laptop, or just wanting to access Twitter to keep in touch with your favourite celebrity news

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