The screen is the most sensitive and attractive part of your laptop. People are usually very fussy about choosing the right screen. Many of them want 3D screens while many others who are on a budget don’t mind buying one with a flat display. Some of the popular laptop varieties based on their screen are:
- Basic laptops by companies like Sony, HP, Dell, Toshiba etc.
- Tablet laptops with a smaller screen size
- Business Laptops with compact screens
- 3-D Laptops with a 3-D display screen
- Gaming Laptops with a display card for better screen resolution
- Classroom laptops with a built in projector in its screen
If you are planning to buy a new or a second-hand laptop and don’t know which screen you should choose, this blog is sure to help you. Here, iTechRepair, the most experienced laptop screen repairs Adelaide centre, discusses about various types of laptop screens, their availability, and their uniqueness. This information will help people choose the right piece as per their budget and requirement.
A laptop can have a flat panel display, an LCD display i.e. Liquid Color Display, or an LED display i.e. Light Emitting Diode Display.
Flat Panel Displays- They use cathode ray tube technology and are 10 cm thick. This is a very old technology and is no more preferred. You may find a flat panel in very old laptops or some second hand laptops. The quality of display is not bad but if you compare it with the modern laptops, you won’t prefer using it.
LCD i.e. Liquid Color Display- Most laptops these days have an LCD screen with a backlight giving it an illumination either from the back of the display or from the side of an LCD panel. This technology is being used in laptops for quite some time. An LCD is much more energy efficient than a flat panel display and can be disposed off easily as compared to cathode ray tube display. Also, this is a cheaper form of display than today’s latest technologies.
LED i.e. Light Emitting Diode Display- This technology uses an array of light emitting diodes used for displaying images on screen. It is now being used in laptops for backlighting. LED technology has the ability to provide uniform lighting that offers a wider range of viewing angles. It means that you can look at your laptop from any angle and still can make out what’s being displayed on the screen. Wow! Imagine you can clearly see the pictures even if you are seeing it from the sides! Such laptops are expensive.
OLED i.e. Organic Light Emitting Diode Display- The latest and the most energy efficient laptop display is the Organic LED one where the screen requires no backlighting. This improves the battery life along with giving you a very clear view of the screen from any angle.
At iTech Repair, one of the leading laptop screen repairs Adelaide centre, we deal with all types of screen repairs for all types of laptops, be it the LED one or the OLED one. We use 100% original laptop screens that come with manufacturer warranty. Bring your damaged laptop to us and we will restore it within no time. If it has got some scratches, read our earlier blog for some helpful DIY scratch removal tips. For more details, get in touch with us at 1300 427 981.