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IBM Laptops Prefer LED Screens

IBM prefer to use the 15.6″ LED Laptop Screen in many of their laptop models. There are advantages of having an LED screen. The colour and contrast is deemed to be better giving you an all round better quality image. It also requires less power and so is a little greener and needs less battery power to run the laptop. The older CCFL IBM Laptop Screens are now a thing of the past, indeed the manufacturers of these panels are now stopping CCFL panel manufacturing altogether. This means that in the future as supplies dwindle, the CCFL panel will become harder and more expensive to source.

Unfortunately you cannot swap a CCFL panel for an LED panel so if you you currently need a new LED IBM Thinkpad L510 Screen you are in luck. With prices at an all time low, you can save a lot of money by purchasing the replacement for a damaged display from Laptop Power UK and fitting it yourself. We have a large range of screens in stock for all makes and models of laptop.

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