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Laptop Screen Sizes – All sizes available from Laptop Power UK

Laptops are built with a wide range of screen sizes. The smallest netbooks can be 8.9″ or 10.1″ right up to a large laptop built for work or aimed at the person who wants to use their laptop for gaming. These can be as big as 17.3″ or 18″. To measure your laptop screen you should measure diagonally across the screen from one corner to the opposite corner.

With the smaller laptop screens comes more portability and ability to take your laptop on your travels. The smaller laptop screens are usually cheaper for obvious reasons and are made as LED screens. This is because the battery life in a netbook is less and the LED screen takes far less power to work.

In the middle comes the 13.3″ screens, 15.4″ and 15.6″ screens. These are by far and away the most popular as they are still more portable than the larger laptops and are considerably well priced.

Towards the top end of the market are the larger 17″ screens. These are expensive laptops which people will buy for a sole purpose in mind such as for gaming or to use in the office and for meetings. Replacement Laptop Screens for these versions can be very expensive.

Laptop Power UK is a UK leader in supplying all kinds of laptop screens to the public at discounted rates. So when you are looking for a brand new Compaq Laptop Screen or Acer Laptop Screen we should be your first port of call and the benchmark to measure the others by.

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