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Smaller LED screens for better quality – Laptop Power UK can supply direct to your door

If you have a small netbook the chances are the Laptop Screen in it will be an LED screen. As you may only have a 10.1″ or even 8.9″ screen the display area is obviously smaller. So to make up for this the quality is brought up a notch with the LED panel. LED screens are known to be of a higher quality, giving an improved image. They are also helpful in terms of power consumption. As your netbook has a smaller battery, the LED screen puts less strain on it, giving you more time on your netbook in-between charges.

Laptop Power UK can supply all sizes of screen direct to your door with our next working day courier, all inclusive in the price. The bonus of owning a netbook is that is you break the screen, they are very easy to replace, involving removing just a few screws and then the plastic screen surround. You can find our Laptop Screen Fitting Instructions to help you achieve this.

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