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Understanding screen signalling (without too much head strain!)

Tuesday, January 24, 2017 11:59:20 AM America/Los_Angeles

First off, we need to understand how the picture gets onto our screen in the first place, which is via signalling from the laptop's main logic board (or motherboard) in the base of the machine under the keyboard. Here the image you see on your screen is generated by the Video controller installed in your machine. The video controller,  a bit like a USB hub, has several outputs for the image signal, these are called HDMI, VGA (the one's you probably already heard of) and then the internal display port which is called LVDS or EDP (EDP is a newer signalling language designed recently to try to make screens more compatible with each other. Not working very well is it!).

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Which models of laptop can be upgraded to FULL HD IPS?

Tuesday, January 24, 2017 11:39:53 AM America/Los_Angeles

This is a rather complex question with there being over 90 thousand screen models on our website, however there are some brands that tend to be more upgradeable than others, those being DELL, Lenovo and Clevo. Those machines fitted with a 15.6" 30 PIN display running at HD resolution can benefit from this IPS upgrade B156HAN01 which is an AVHA screen offering even better quality than a standard IPS panel. The B156HAN01 is compatible with LP156WF4 (SP)(B1).

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What about upgrading from HD 1366x768 (TN) to FULL HD 1920x1080 (IPS)?

Tuesday, January 24, 2017 11:37:25 AM America/Los_Angeles

Whilst the upgrade from TN to IPS would not be an issue here, the resolution upgrade could be a problem. Most laptops will run at FULL HD on an external screen via the HDMI or VGA ports to an external screen or projector, but only some will be able to run at FULL HD on an internal display via the EDP or LVDS ports the screen is connected to.
 

The video controllers inside the laptops are often not capable of FHD internally but only externally.

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Can I upgrade my laptop screen to FULL HD IPS?

Tuesday, November 15, 2016 8:39:55 AM America/Los_Angeles

This is a question we receive a lot here at lcds4less.com and generally the answer we have always given people is that you should not try to upgrade your screen resolution, but what about upgrading the technology from TN to IPS?

The technology used in TN panels or IPS panels is separate to compatibility in that the two are interchangeable. You could swap a standard TN panel for an IPS panel provided that there is a compatible upgrade model available. To do this, you would first need to identify the original screen model number in your machine, you can do this by either removing the laptop screen yourself or contacting a professional screen replacement company like us for advice.

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