screen_quality_2We supply only high quality LCD screens from brand name manufacturers, leaders in the screen manufacturing like Samsung, AUO, LG, Chi-Mei, IVO etc. and, according to many reviews, customers report to have received a better quality screen that what was originally installed. Please note, laptop, tablet and phone manufacturers use many different brands of screens; and we try to stock and sell only the best models from the globally recognized suppliers of electronic components, ranging from laptop internal cables, keyboards, optical drives to motherboards, hard drives and LCD screens. These manufacturers strive hard to maintain the highest quality of the LCD screens and these particular brands are used in laptops, tablets and smartphones by all manufacturers: Dell, Apple, HP to name a few.

The production of laptop LCD screen is a complex task that is why there are no generic or fake LCD screens available on the market.

The condition is always listed in the item description (example below).

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An example of the item listing

Our items are sold in several conditions:

– New Grade A+
A brand new part made by one of the above mentioned major manufacturer.

– Used, Like New
A part was pulled from a laptop (or other device), no signs of tear or wear and is fully functional and covered by our 3 Year warranty just like any new items. No scratches, no signs of use, looks and works same way as new.

Also, we sell some generic parts like flex video cables, extension cables, connectors, screen digitizers (but not LCD screens). If they were made by no-name third party manufacturers we list them as:

– New Aftermarket Replacement
They are brand new high quality generic replacement and covered by our 3 Year Warranty.

On top of the immense 3-year warranty, provides an option to extend the warranty to 5-years, and add Accidental Damage Protection Plan, which will cover your laptop screen against any physical damage for the entire year.

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