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Toshiba Satellite Pro S300 Laptop Screens

The Toshiba Satellite Pro S300 Laptop Screen is not the most common of all laptops from Toshiba but the parts it is built with are common. Whilst the outside appearance of the laptop may be different to models from the Toshiba Tecra and Toshiba Satellite Range, the screen hidden behind the plastic bezel is a common panel used not only throughout Toshiba’s laptops but also from many other manufacturers.

The Toshiba Satellite Pro S300 Laptop Screen is a 15.4″ display making it very common indeed. This was the screen of choice for all medium sized laptops at one point. Now manufacturers are moving more towards 15.6″ panels but you can still get your hands on the 15.4″ Laptop Display Panels from trusted sellers. With simple fitting procedures, a laptop screen can be swapped in less than ten minutes, so worth trying if you want to keep the cost of repairs down to a minimum. Have a look at our Laptop Screen Fitting Instructions for assistance when removing a faulty panel.

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