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E-Machines Laptop Screen – LED or CCFL?

Most older Laptop Screens were the CCFL version which plugged into an inverter. This inverter provides the power to light the screen enabling you to view the picture properly. More modern machines are leaning towards the LED versions which do not use an inverter for the lighting. Sometimes your E-Machines Laptop Screen could be either of these screens in the same model so it is important to get the right one. If the Laptop Display Panel type is not mentioned the only way to tell is to remove the old panel to check the connections and compare the part number on our website.

Whatever E-Machines E640 Screen, E-Machines EM350 Screen or E-Machines G520 Screen you need it is stocked here at Laptop Power UK. The quality is brilliant and can make your laptop look brand new when fitted. The crystal clear picture and vivid colours all combine to make using your laptop a more pleasurable experience. We can provide these screens to you a lot cheaper than you might think. It does not necessarily have to be a huge expense to repair your own laptop quickly and cost effectively. Give us a call to find out more or order yours on-line today.

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