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The laptop blot test – a guide to finding a replacement laptop screen

Regardless of how sturdy and well built your laptop is, there’s one part of it that is notoriously fragile and that’s the lcd screen. In case you wanted to know, LCD stands for Liquid Crystal Display and they’re ideal for Laptops because of their compact and lightweight nature. Obviously what they gain in portability, they loose in robustness meaning your laptop lcd screen is susceptible to getting cracks from being dropped, knocked or bumped into. Sometimes it can be disheartening how easily your laptop panel can go from having a crystal clear display, to a shattered, inky mix between a Rorschach test and a cracked car windscreen.

Take a look at this; tell me what you see… Nothing?

Rather than staring at your screen in an attempt to dig up repressed memories in the form of ink blots, it might be a better idea to fix the screen as quickly as possible. The big secret about replacing a cracked laptop screen is that it’s pretty easy to do at home. With Laptop Power UK, not only can you save a packet on the cost of the screen itself, but with our clear accessible guide you can save around £40 on the cost of fitting the replacement laptop screen. We’ve also made it easy for you to find the right panel for your laptop screen. Not only can you find the right brand, model and name of laptop screen but we’ve got a clear guide to helping you find the right size of screen. So you don’t have to worry about trying to fit a dell studio 1555 screen into an acer 7520. We have the largest stock of Laptop LCD screens in the UK so it doesn’t matter if you’re looking for a toshiba satellite laptop screen or something a smaller brand like a medion akoya screen, we can have you’re laptop back to work in no time.

We offer a range of delivery options for your replacement panels and rest assured, we take extra care with them!

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