Is it possible to upgrade a laptop screen?

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Hello.


Some time ago I damaged the screen of the laptop and part of the screen is now yellow.

In repair of said new matrix is 5000 RUB.

I was thinking that since I have to pay for a new screen, is it possible to buy a display with higher resolution, but the same physical size and install is broken?


Notebook Packard Bell TN65

The screen is a 15.6-inch 1366x768

And I would like 1440x900 for example, it would be ideal in the area of 1680x1050 or more


Does it really do and how much it may cost?
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It's real. Replace possible. Another thing that we should find the "implant", and it is much more difficult than it is to replant. With bit of luck can succeed.
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For the price of the work will be a bit more expensive. I like operatiu spent for your old Samsung q10.
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Really, if you find a screen the right size and a compatible interface connection.
The more you can tell in the repair firm.
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I once broke the screen on old laptop (the screen was an old 14", but a touch screen), find the same — could not manage, I put the usual, but best showed the amount left is$100
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Faced with the reverse situation.
The owner of the top laptop type ASUS Lamborghini, etc. (well, not the essence) in the service offered to stick a matrix of lower resolution, because the original piece of metal very hard to get and a very long wait.
So I think that it's real.
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Quite possible, contact the service center, preferably authorized, they order a matrix suitable to your model and set it.
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Your question gave me the idea that you need to do, and then he stuck with 1366*768(
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The network is full of proposals for the replacement of the matrices, including more qualitative.
There are over 4300 R.:
\rwww.glavmag.su/product/75635/
and for the 3100:
\rwww.glavmag.su/product/175941/
The difference is in the type of matrix, as far as I see.
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However, to establish a matrix of higher resolution is likely impossible due to the physical difference of the interfaces loops/videocontroller and matrix.
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Anything above 1366*768 requires 2 channel LVDS. A 90% chance you have a loop with a single channel. Ie will need to change the cable. (When I changed HD to FullHD just limited to these two operations). But there can be troubles continue. Flashing the matrix chip, especially if it's an older model laptop, or even on the motherboard not soldered connector for two channel. In General I now find the subject one, dig further themselves. If you find a similar beech there, you're in luck. If not, only by experience. That's exactly what I did a year ago, but now with a different sensor. ;)
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The screen is a 15.6-inch 1366x768
You have a 16:9 screen, and
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>1440x900
>1680x1050
It's 16:10.
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