Question about Dell Latitude E4200 Notebook
My screen on a dell E4200 has started developing vertical lines - if I squeeze the screen below the lines HARD, the lines disappear temporarily. DO I need a new screen - and can I do that myself?
The screen seems rather plastic-like and flexible. Is there a better-built super lightweight laptop I should consider.
Sure there is its called a TOSHIBA
Dell is the poor mans brand and is poorly made to the poor price!
The lines are caused byt a failing Liquid crystal display gel. A new screen can be purchased from a Dell outlet. But you could be spending money on a bettr unit that is reliable and under warranty. Take a ook at the Toshiba L300 range, very affordable, losts of bells and whistles and much better quality. and about $5-600 on special for introduction to the market. These units are usually in the $900 and over range
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