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Please make sure you original screen has the same SIZE, REOSLUTION, BACKLIGHT, TYPE.
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Determining the correct resolution for replacement screen
It is imperative to confirm the screen resolution before submitting the order. There are numerous laptop models that come in more than one screen resolution type. One has to make sure that the screen he or she needs has the same resolution as the one he or she is about to purchase.
Screen or display resolution indicates the number of pixels on the laptop screen. In screen specifications resolution is expressed as number of columns by number of rows (1280x800) And a pixel is a little colored dot of light, many of which go together to make up what one sees on the computer monitor. One laptop model line could have been shipped with several resolutions' screens.
Below is a list of the most commonly used resolutions:
WXGA 1280x720; 1280x768; 1280x800; 1360x768; 1366x768
WSXGA+ 1680x1050, 1680x945
WUXGA 1920x1200, 1920x1080
"W" - means wide screen with the Aspect Ratio 16:10 or 16:9.
There are several distinct ways to determine the screen resolution:
1. The most reliable source to determine the display resolution is the laptop manual, under the laptop specifications section.
2. Checking the laptop manufacturer's website and finding the laptop specifications in the Support & Help section using the laptop serial number or the model number. You can use any one of the publicly available search engines, like Google or Yahoo, to find your manufacturer's official website.
3. In case your laptop is still functional, you can check your resolution online, using free software. Note: this tool should be used sparingly, as an additional mean in determining your resolution as it is only accurate if you have not changed your default screen settings since the installation of your OS.
On-line Resolution Check
4. The best way to determine which screen one needs is to open the display and check the screen model number on the sticker on the back of the screen. You can use any one of the publicly available search engines, like Google or Yahoo, to find the screen model, and, consequently, the size and the resolution of your laptop screen.
Matte and Glossy screen finish: almost the same
Laptop screens with glossy and matte screens are entirely interchangeable since the difference lies only in the type of the screen surface finish.
Conventionally, laptop screens have had a matte, anti-glare finish, to scatter the reflected light. This characteristic, however, has a a number of side effects, which include scattering the light from the display and increasing the blur. Additionally, it results in reduction of the contrast ratio, color intensity, and viewing angle.
Glossy screens use optical coating to reduce the amount of reflected external light. Their shiny surfaces reflect more light than matte displays, but they are less reflective than the uncoated glossy displays; reflections of external light sources are not diffused by glossy displays, so certain lighting conditions tend to favor a traditional, anti-glare screen. In controlled environments, such as darkened rooms, or rooms where all light sources are diffused, a glossy display may be more enjoyable for the viewer.
Glossy displays generate increasingly saturated colors, deeper blacks, brighter whites, and sharper images. This makes these types of displays more appropriate for general public use, which commonly uses laptops for viewing photos, watching movies, or browsing the web.
As a side note, in extremely bright conditions, where no direct light is facing the screen, such as outdoors, glossy displays can become more readable than matte displays due to their ability not to disperse the light around the screen.
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