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Sony Vaio VGN-NS10L Screen – You do not have to buy direct from Sony

Sony Vaio VGN laptops are very well made and can be expensive compared to others in the range. However, as they are well built, they do not often break down. If you have a damaged Sony Vaio VGN Laptop Screen the chances are you have damaged it yourself. It can be quite rare for the screen to simply fail due to a manufacturing fault. Have a quick chat with a Sony store salesman or by phoning Sony themselves and you will be quoted a great deal for the same part we can provide.

If you are keen on everything having a brand name then you might like to know that Sony do not make their own laptop screens. These are purchased from one of a handful of companies based in Taiwan who produce these panels for the big names in the laptop market. We buy these same Sony Vaio VGN-NS10L Screens and sell them at a competitive price direct to our customers. For all things Laptop Screen related, Laptop Power UK should be the place you visit to repair your laptop.

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