Laptops are wonderful things, but unfortunately due to their transportable nature, they are more prone to receiving knocks and bumps than a sturdy desktop PC. The most common part of a laptop to break is the screen. Think about it, how often do you pile stuff up on top of your closed laptop? All that extra weight can cause the screen to crack. Likewise, when transporting your laptop, dropping it or knocking against something might break your screen. All is not lost, however. A broken screen rarely affects the functionality of your laptop, but just needs replacing with a shiny new one.
Laptop Screen Online supply genuine original Dell replacement screens, as well as replacements for Acer and Toshiba laptops, and other netbook screens. It is easy to find exactly what you need by using their search facility, and you can even pay by PayPal as well as debit or credit card. Most people can’t afford to be without their laptop for more than a couple of days, or even less if you need it for business. Consequently, their netbook screens can even be delivered next day in some cases and come with full instructions on how to fit the screen yourself. If you are still struggling to fit your Dell replacement screens or other models, then Laptop Screen Online have their own YouTube channel with videos demonstrating just how to do it.
You no longer need to suffer with an unsightly crack across your screen, or a distorted image. Laptop Screen Online also offers a fantastic international delivery service to anywhere in the world, which even allows you to pay in a variety of different currencies, including US Dollars and Euros. If you can’t find exactly what you are looking for, you can also call to check whether they have your specific model.
Laptop Screen Online is a leading online retailer of LCD and LED replacement laptop screens, offering products as well as in-depth instructions and laptop screen repair services for broken laptop screens. With over 19,500 laptop screens in stock, Laptop Screen Online have a selection of Acer, Compaq, Samsung, Packard Bell, and Toshiba screens among others suitable for a host of laptop models, but accept requests from customers to order in certain screens if they are not already in stock.
Thursday, 18 August 2011
00:27 Dennis Henry No comments