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LED 15.6″ Panel or CCFL? How Do You Tell

Some Laptop Screens we advertise will be suitable for many different types of laptop from all kinds of manufacturers including Sony, Toshiba, Acer and many more. Within these laptops though, the type of screen has changed over time. Older laptops used the CCFL type of screen. The backlight for this type of screen was provided by a high voltage produced by a part called the inverter. This high power lit some strips of lights similar to the overhead lighting found in offices – just on a much smaller scale.

More modern Acer Aspire Laptop Screens and the like use LED panels. These do not require such high voltage and are far more efficient. They are lit by numerous LED lights which requires less power but results in better visual quality. All makes of laptop screen such as Toshiba Satellite L500-24V Laptop Screens are available here, no mater the technology or model of laptop it is for. Call Laptop Power UK for further information or help.

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