LCD Screens for Everyone: Talking About ScreenTek’s Replacements

As the oft mentioned cliche goes, size matters, but not as much anymore for laptop LCD screens. Once, what mattered most was how large a display was, but now the true differentiator is the quality of the images on the screen. And not only do gamers care. Graphics artists, multimedia aficionados, and even just plain businessmen and everyday laptop users who don’t want to go blind from staring at their screen too long could all appreciate using these new high-gloss laptop LCD screens, like Sony’s XBRITE or Toshiba’s TruBrite technology.

If you’re not on the market for a completely new laptop, though, are you stuck with your old fuzzy display? Not any more with ScreenTek Ltd. This Houston-based company specializes in providing replacement screens for notebooks. They sell to the biggest contract repair shops, to local laptop repair shops, all the way down to the end users, the yous and mes.

That’s good news for everyone involved. ScreenTek has replacements for every make and model of laptop on the market. More importantly to us end users, in some instances their affordable screens cost from 25 percent to 60 percent less than those offered by the laptop manufacturers themselves.

If you’re attached to your old-fashioned, anti-glare laptop lcd display but wouldn’t mind the 21st century high-gloss technology, ScreenTek also offers its PixelBright service. Basically, the PixelBright treatment can take your run-of-the-mill older display and turn it into a sharp, premium-sheen display.

No matter if they’re high-gloss or low-res, all laptop LCD screens could also use a good cleaning every once in a while. That’s where ScreenTek’s PixelClean comes in. This cleaner is good for standard LCD or high-gloss LCD displays, and comes in sprays or nonscratch wipes. It’s made from polymers that work to repel dust for the long haul by banishing static electricity from your display. Plus, because it’s made of polymers, there’s no fear of damaging your LCD screen as an ammonia cleaner would do, or leave streaks behind as an alcohol cleaner might do.

An added bonus-PixelClean can also be used for your desktop LCD screens, and HD and plasma television sets. Visit for more information.

By Matthew Brodsky – Laptopical

Monday, May 01, 2006