Signs of a display defect can take on a wide variety of dimensions. This can be a cracked or broken screen, but also stripes, flickering or dark spots. This damage is usually caused by a fall or other mechanical impact. Single pixel errors are pixels that either show no or the wrong color. A completely black image does not necessarily indicate a display error. The defect can also have another cause.
How do I find the suitable display for my laptop?
The easiest and most efficient way to find the right display is via the manufacturer/model navigation. With the blue box in the upper left corner you can choose your laptop model. All compatible displays will then be shown.
Different display resolutions
For the display to be compatible with your laptop, the resolution must also be the right one. There may be different versions of the same laptop model. You can find the appropriate resolution for your new display in Windows under Settings under "Screen Resolution".
We listed some resolutions down below
HD (High Definition)
1366 x 768 Pixel
HD+ (High Definition Plus)
1600 x 900 Pixel
Full HD (Full High Definition)
1920 x 1080 Pixel
QHD+ (Quad High Definition Plus)
3200 x 1800 Pixel
WQHD (Wide Quad High Definition)
2560 x 1440 Pixel
UHD (Ultra High Definition)
3840 x 2160 Pixel
Glossy or matt?
With a matt display, the surface is roughened so that reflections in the display are greatly reduced. This can be particularly useful in bright rooms or outdoors.
Glossy displays have a smooth surface, which makes the image appear sharper. Colours and contrast are also better. Such a surface is often used in professional monitors for film and photo processing.
In most cases, we offer displays with both matt and glossy surfaces. So you can decide for yourself which of these two options you prefer.
In order to replace your defective display at home, you should have sufficient technical know-how. In addition, a removal guide specially designed for your laptop would be useful.
In general, however, we recommend that you have the display replaced by our experienced notebook technician. This is not much more expensive than a simple display purchase. In addition, you can be completely sure that your display will function perfectly afterwards. To get an idea of what such a display exchange can look like, we have filmed some repairs for you on our YouTube channel.
Laptop Display FAQ
Here you will find all important questions and answers concerning notebook displays.
When manufacturing a Display there can be errors in some pixels. This will result in the pixel or sub-pixel not letting any light pass or never blocking light. If a complete pixel is defective it will either be black or white. However, the same error can also occur in a subpixel, which will then result in it always/never displaying its respective color (either red, green or blue). Due to the very high number of pixels such errors are almost impossible to avoid, and that is why displays with a few pixel errors are still shipped.
TN, short form of Twisted Newmatic, panels have been the standard for flat-panel displays for a long time. Now they are being replaced by IPS (In-Plane-Switching) panels. The biggest disadvantage of TN panels is, that they only display a relatively small number of colours and that they have bad viewing angles. That means that if you don?t look at the panel in a 90° angel the colours quickly appear dull and distorted.
IPS displays solve these problems, they even show correct colours when looking at them almost at a 180° angle. However they still have some disadvantages compared to TN panels. They generally have a higher response time which means they take longer to display an image on screen. This is why gamers sometimes still prefer TN panels.
Only when repairing ourselves we can guarantee, that the display will work 100% correctly with your device.
A lot of big companies use a custom firmware on their displays, this is why a replacement unit, even if physically compatible might not work as expected. However Displays are still listed in our shop, but not under the page of the notebook model, but rather by the part number specific to each notebook manufacturer.