With the release of Apple’s iPad, the discussion of the death printed media has once again raised its head. How can the old fashioned paperback or magazine compare with a shiny laptop lcd screen? And considering the iPad or even your humble laptop has enough storage space to hold a whole library, it can seem a bit backwards to lug around a hefty tome in your bag. With a number of classic novels now in the public domain, there’s even a chance to download books for free on your laptop and avoid paper-cuts by turning the pages with a click of a button. There’s also no chance of losing your bookmark!
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The truth is, it’s unlikely that people will abandon the traditional book in favour of a laptop, iPad or kindle. Despite the fact that you might spend most of the day staring at your hp 6910p screen either working or surfing the web, if you were told you had a choice between reading ‘Crime and Punishment’ on your Laptop or in book form, there’s few people who’d choose the glow of a dell studio 1555 screen over a pleasingly bulky collection of pages. Then there’s the fact that most people like to feel a bit smug when carrying around an obscure post-modern hardback on the train even if they have no intention of reading it.
Regardless of trends in reading habits, Laptop Power UK are ready to cope with any sudden demand for laptop panels should there ever be a revolution in eBooks. We have the UK’s widest array of screens for laptop computers including models such as the compaq c300 screen and the Toshiba NB100 screen at prices to help you balance the books so to speak. So if you can tear yourself away from whatever you’re reading and take a look at our website, you’ll see why we’re number 1 for laptop screen replacements online.
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