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The benefits of LED Laptop Screens

If you have a laptop with an LED screen you will have some distinct advantages over those who have CCFL laptop screens. How do you know if you have an LED screen? Generally manufacturers will make it a selling point of the laptop if it incorporates an LED screen and most of the laptops for sale these days have LED screens.

The benefits of LED technology include the quality of the image you will see. LED screens give you move vivid and brighter colours. This is because the LED backlighting simply has the capability to produce a wider range of colours. This also helps the mage displayed to be a lot more detailed. As the image is also brighter it is obviously easire to see in various lighting conditions.

Should the worst happen and you break your laptop screen, the good news is that the LED screen is becoming ever cheaper. As this technology becomes more widespread the cost is beginning to fall making any Laptop Screen Repair costs that bit easier on your wallet.

Another advantage is the battery life of your laptop. It requires less power to use the LED laptop screen than the older CCFL screens. Less power used to light the screen means you get more time to do your work or entertain yourself without the batter running flat. With developments in LED technology, the way the screen is lit will last longer. Essentially it is like using an energy saving bulb in your lights at home. They cost less to run and also last longer than a conventional bulb.

If you ever need a replacement laptop screen visit Laptop Power UK for the most comprehensive range for all makes and model of laptop.

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