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14.1″ Toshiba Tecra M10 Laptop Screens

The Toshiba Tecra M10 Screen is a 14.1″ screen that makes it slightly smaller than a conventional laptop but increases its portability and lessens the weight. This is very  important to most people who use their laptops as a totally portable laptop and take it with them everywhere they go. Weight is an issue as you don’t want to be hauling a large, heavy 17″ laptop around with you for instance. Similarly, if your laptop bag needs to be as big as a suitcase just to fit the thing in, then this will not be good when you are on the move.

The Laptop Screen is the most delicate part of your laptop and therefore can be easily damaged. But with many Toshiba Tecra Laptop Display Panels available to replace your damaged screen, you can easily pick one up at a great price. Laptop Power UK sell only the very highest grade laptop screen and throw in a free 12 month warranty. We can help you to repair your laptop quickly and cheaply.

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