For Acer Laptop Screen Replacement Parts

Suit for Acer ASPIRE R15 R5-571TG-7229 screen repair, resource directly comes from OEM factory, each piece well tested before shipping, with unbeatable price among all the lcd suppliers in Shenzhen area, our company stand behind the products, and the products speak for us, stable supply guaranteed, meantime we provide best after-sales service among all the competitors, that`s the key to maintain a healthy long term business relationship.

Product Details

1.Product Introduction


Suit for Acer ASPIRE R15 R5-571TG-7229 screen repair, resource directly comes from OEM factory, each piece well tested before shipping, with unbeatable price among all the lcd suppliers in Shenzhen area, our company stand behind the products, and the products speak for us, stable supply guaranteed, meantime we provide best after-sales service among all the competitors, that`s the key to maintain a healthy long term business relationship.


2.Product Parameter


Screen size: 15.6 inches

Model: suit for Acer ASPIRE R15 R5-571TG-7229 touch screen digitizer replacement

Condition: High Quality Touch screen grade A (no bubbles)

Contain: touch panel glass



3.Product feature and application


Acer ASPIRE R15 R5-571TG-7229 touch screen digitizer replacement, Brand new condition.


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4. More about us


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5. Package and Warranty


Packing:


Every item will be tested before delivery and carefully and packed with individual plastic bubble bag, braced with stiff cardboard, and final ship in carton.


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Warranty:


This product warranty for 3 months from the date of receipt of the customer,

 

The human factor damage is not covered by the warranty

 

The seller is not covered by the warranty shipping costs

 

The refund will be return after the return parcel received. all goods are labeling

 

Identification do not tear, Otherwise will be no warranty, thank you for your understanding.



6.FAQ

 


Q1:  What kind of warranty do you provide?

A: We provide 12 months warranty but not include human violence caused damage, like flex cable ripped off during the installing, or the lcd cracked while doing the installing job.

 

Q2: How is your QC process.

A: We have strict QC process and we test each piece lcd screen before the products get to warehouse, and we test them one more time right before the shipping, 100 percent guarantee they are in good condition before the shipping, and control the total faulty rate under 3 percent. 

 

Q3:  What's the quality level?

A: High quality with Grade A

 

Q4:  How about your quality control?

A: Checking the surface to avoid any physical damage and scratches. Testing the LCD Screen& Digitizer and camera strictly under different pictures to see if there are any dead pixes, dust or spots.

 

Q5:  What is MOQ?

A: Normally 10pcs per item for regular orders as MOQ, sample order is acceptable before the bulk order.



7. Latest news



USB 4 specs and features: Everything you need to know about the new double-speed USB

 

USB is one of tech's ultimate success stories - a universal standard that took off in every way. But things have got a little confusing over recent years with USB 3.x having multiple cable types.

 

There have also been several connectivity standards within and alongside USB 3.2, for example.

 

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USB is one of tech's ultimate success stories - a universal standard that took off in every way. But things have got a little confusing over recent years with USB 3.x having multiple cable types.

 

There have also been several connectivity standards within and alongside USB 3.2, for example.

 

This will be fixed with USB 4.0, which will use one standard connector and bring the multiple connectivity standards together. Here's what's happening and why.

 

The history of USB so far

 

995 - USB 1.0 debuted and could transfer 12 megabits. USB 1.1 followed and could also work with older devices. The familiar USB connector was introduced.

 

1998 - The iMac G3 is the first mass-market PC to bin serial and parallel ports in favour of USB.

 

2000 - USB 2.0 enters the fray, offering some power delivery options (the forerunner to the standard that enables you to charge your phone). USB flash drives debut.

 

2008 - USB 3.0 makes its debut, with a 5Gbps transfer speed. USB 3.1 is introduced as an upgraded version.

 

2014 - USB-C or USB Type-C makes its debut. This uses USB 3.1 tech, but with a new connector designed to take over from old-style USB ports. Like Apple's proprietary Lightning connector, it's symmetrical and can be inserted either way up.

 

2017 - USB 3.2 is first talked about, offering data rates of up to 20Gbps. It'll be introduced this year (2019) but it's not as simple as it seems for, like the Wi-Fi Alliance, the guys behind USB have decided that the old standards will be renamed as well.

 

Yes, we're not making this up, so expect to see USB 3.2 a lot this year.

 

2019 - USB 3.2 will be introduced to products on shelves, while USB 4.0 has now been announced - read on!

 

Speed freaks will be happy

 

The primary goal of USB is to deliver the best user experience combining data, display and power delivery over a user-friendly and robust cable and connector solution,” said USB Promoter Group Chairman Brad Saunders in a statement.

 

The USB4 solution specifically tailors bus operation to further enhance this [by] enabling the further doubling of performance.”

 

Yep, double the performance (40Gbps) compared with the fastest version of USB 3.x which offered 20Gbps. However, there is a bit of a sour note becuase that's exactly the same speed as Thunderbolt 3, meaning that there will be no enhancement for current Thunderbolt 3 devotees on a standard that will be several years old already.

 

Existing USB Type-C cables will be able to transfer through two lanes, whereas if you have compatible certified cables, you'll be able to transfer up to 40 Gbps.

 

What will happen to the connector?

 

The USB-C connector was designed to be future proof and reversible. It will be staying. The new standard will be backwards compatible with existing USB 3.2, USB 2.0 and Thunderbolt 3 hosts although if they don't have USB-C connectors they will need an adapter.


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