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Laptop Screens and LCD Panels for Asus

Asus is one of the best known manufacturers of laptops and tablet devices. As such, the range of laptop screens and LCD panels for Asus is extensive, including replacements for older models as well as screens and displays for the most up to date products. The standard for all these products is a 30-pin connector, also known as a Portable Digital Media Interface (PDMI).

The key features of screens and displays include the quality of colour, an even distribution of the colours across the screen space, luminosity quality provided by the backlighting, whether the screen is HD standard and finally, whether the material used for the screen has a matte or gloss finish.

Matte and glossy screens are interchangeable. Matt screens are coated with an anti-reflective (haze) coating or plastic film, which prevents reflections from windows and lights. Glossy screens have a mirror-like surface and will reflect external light sources, but this is balanced by sharper and more vivid colours. Where you are going to use your Asus computer is therefore a significant factor to consider when choosing between the two.

In all cases, if you want to replace or buy a new laptop screen or LCD panel for Asus products, it is advisable to both check the model number on the back of the screen and the positioning of the input connectors. Many screen and LCD display manufacturers use different types of screens when assembling a single model. As a result of this, more than one type of screen may sometimes be used by the same laptop model.

As an example of a typical Asus screen and LCD display, the specifications on a relatively modern Asus model, the Asus ZenBook UX330UA 13.3 inch, offer a screen resolution of 1600x900 pixels, incorporating WXGA, a standard common to LCD computer monitors and televisions used for widescreen display and projection. This provides bright and crisp colours. It has a matte finish, giving it strong viewing angles, with colours staying firm up to 75 degrees to the left or right. This type of screen would be useful for multi-monitor usage or gaming, as well as for standard use.

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