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Razor Thin Netbook Screens Available Today From Laptop Power UK

The range of mini netbooks is well known for its many model variations and the range of parts the manufacturers swap about. The same is true of the Laptop Screens they use. There are many variations in type and size and so at Laptop Power UK we recommend that if you are thinking of fixing your broken laptop screen at home, that you remove the panel before placing your order. This way you will be able to view the exact part number from which you can search for a compatible replacement.

One popular request is for the Acer Aspire One D260 Screen. Unlike most others, this is a very thin LED panel. This new type of super thin panel is also known as the ‘Razor’ screen. Here at Laptop Power these super thin, hi-tech replacement panels are available at an extraordinary low price. Instead of paying a fortune for a replacement Acer Aspire Laptop Screen, you can have your laptop fixed for less than £50 and to the exact same standard as the original!

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