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Toshiba 15.4″ Laptop Screen Replacements – Source Yours Today

Many Toshiba Satellite Laptop Screens will be a 15.4″ panel. This was one of the most popular sizes of screen for a period and as a result many laptop models from all brands will use this same Laptop Screen. The resolution of a screen is basically the amount of pixels in the display. The more pixels, the higher the resolution and the better the quality of the image. The standard 15.4″ Toshiba Laptop Screen has a resolution of 1280 x 800 which means there are just over 1 million pixels on each panel.

Sometimes you may get a faulty pixel which is in an inconspicuous place and may not cause you any issues. Sometimes though it may be right in your line of sight and can leave you frustrated having to look at it all the time. Faulty pixels can rarely be fixed and so a new Toshiba Satellite L300 Laptop Screen can be fitted to bring your laptop back to it’s original brand new look. Looking for a new screen is easy at Laptop Power UK so visit our website to see for yourself.

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