There can be few products on the market that change as frequently as the laptop screen.It all started out nice and uniform about 10 years ago with most laptop screens being 15” in measurement and it stayed like this for a few years.Then the revolutionary 15.4” laptop screen panel was released and this became the new industry standard for over five years.However over the last few years the plethora of screen sizes that laptop manufacturers have used is incredible.Firstly netbooks were released with their sub 10” screen sizes.Next LED technology was introduced which is a different form of technology from the more traditional CCFL technology which lights up the back of the screen.
Next the 15.4” standard screen was abandoned in favour of a widescreen 15.6” laptop screen.Not happy with that more super-size laptop screens have been made measuring upto 18.4”.Many in the industry think this is manufacturers responding to the fact that more and more people are watching DVDs on their laptops nowadays.However there has also been an increase in smaller laptops with 13” laptop screens.This seems to be in response to the criticism that, whilst nice and portable, there is simply not enough computing power contained within the netbook for most users purposes.It is thought that a 13” laptop might represent the best of both worlds.
The jury is still out.What is certain is that is has been a nightmare keeping on top of all these changes to make sure, you the customer, can be confident we will stock the correct laptop screen for your machine.We are Europe’s leading supplier of laptop screens to both the trade and the end-user so we encourage you to get in contact and utilise our premium laptop parts distribution service and network.Please also note that as well as being a premier distributor of laptop screens, our customers may also be interested to know that Laptop Power UK stock Europe’s largest range of premium laptop chargers.
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