Suit for ASUS Q524U Q524UQ laptop 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.
Screen size: 15.6 inches
Model: ASUS Q524U Q524UQ touch screen digitizer replacement
Condition: High Quality Touch screen grade A (no bubbles)
Contain: touch panel glass
3.Product feature and application
Suit for ASUS Q524U Q524UQ touch screen digitizer replacement, Brand new condition.
4. More about us
5. Package and Warranty
Firstly, using the standard bag to package.
Secondly, using the foam box to package.
Thirdly, using the big paper box to package.
Delivery Time:1-3 days
100% high quality assurance
100% OEM and best after-sale service
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We offer 90 days warranty.
Q1: If I bought large quantity, would you provide discount ?
A: We are doing wholesale business here, based on different quantity, the unit price will also be different, This is a sure thing.
Q2: What if I want to sell them online through Ebay or Amazon, will that have conflict with your company?
A: There will be any conflict between your store and our company guaranteed.
Q3: What is assembly for tablet PC or mobile phone?
A: Those LCD screen display unit contains the inner LCD-display, illumination back light, touch screen digitizer, metal frame and ribbon cable together, is the LCD screen display and touch screen digitizer assembly.
Q4: What is the eDP interface?
A: Embedded DisplayPort (eDP) is rapidly replacing LVDS as the video interface standard in embedded display application. eDP reduces wire count, power, and EMI, while increasing functional capability.
Q5: What's the quality level?
A: Original and new, High quality with Grade A+
7. Latest news
Google Assistant will soon be your interpreter
Google Assistant will soon be able to act as an interpreter, working as a go-between for natural conversations between initially 27 languages. Think of it as your own personal translator in your pocket.
It’s a pretty neat addition to the increasingly useful Google Assistant and will be rolling out over the next few weeks but I got a chance to try it out at CES in Las Vegas this week.
You jump into interpretation mode by asking Google, say, “Hey Google, be my French translator.” When I did that, the Google HomeHub smart display at a cafe Google had set up woke up and waited for my first words.
I’d like a macaroon, please,” I said. (The cafe only had macaroons)
“Je voudrais du macaron s’il vous plait,” it interpreted.
A minute later I had a chocolate macaroon in my hand, so you can imagine how the rest of the conversation went.
The macaroon was as tasty as the interpretation mode was impressive. This stands to be tremendously useful for traveling and meeting people with whom you don’t share a language.
In fact, Google has begun testing it in just such situations. It’s already at the concierge desk at three hotels: Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, the Hyatt in San Francisco and Dream Downtown in New York City.
The feature will work in the 27 languages already supported by Google Assistant with the language pairs for each interpretation determined by the initial language spoken and the language requested in that command.
The feature didn’t work perfectly every time though. During several demonstrations, the system sometimes mistook what was said, and that resulted in an incorrect translation. If you’re a regular user of Google Assistant, you’ll know that it doesn’t always understand what you say.
On a device like the Home Hub or a smartphone, that will be immediately obvious to the speaker because they’ll see that Google heard them incorrectly. If using a display-less device like a Google Home, it could lead to some confusion.
To come up with the function, Google developed a new machine learning model that first detects which language of the two is being spoken, said Behshad Behzadi, an engineer at Google’s Zurich office who who works on the Assistant.
“It can help a lot for scenarios when you’re traveling and you might have a question in a language you don’t speak,” he said. “There’s also an interesting use case for learning. I tried it with my nephew for teaching a new language.”
Overall, said Behzadi, it makes the process of interpreting two languages much easier. Until now, Google could be used but it wasn’t a smooth experience with users having to define the languages and press a button between each sentence.
The new interpreter mode is confined to voice interpretation via Google Assistant. As such it doesn’t replace much of the functionality of Google Translate and the company didn’t position it as a replacement.