ASUS TRANSFORMER BOOK FLIP TP550LA Screen Replacement

ASUS TRANSFORMER BOOK FLIP TP550LA Screen Replacement

Suit for ASUS TRANSFORMER BOOK FLIP TP550LA 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.

Product Details

1.Product Introduction


Suit for ASUS TRANSFORMER BOOK FLIP TP550LA 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.


2.Product Parameter

 

Screen size: 15.6 inches

Model: suit for ASUS TRANSFORMER BOOK FLIP TP550L touch screen digitizer replacement

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

Contain: touch panel glass


3.Product feature and application

 

ASUS TRANSFORMER BOOK FLIP TP550L touch screen digitizer replacement, Brand new condition.


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4. More about us




5.Packing


Packing:

 

All of our items are tested and found working.

 

Package : ensure keeping clean and safe

 

Firstly packed with anti-static bag

 

Secondly pack bubble bag,If slim type ,we will add with Cardboard between screens;

 

Lastly pack with foam and box.

 

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Warranty:


Warranty remains valid for 4 months from the date of delivery.

 

If any product is defective, please take photos of its working condition and then send photos to us. Our technicians will analyze the problem and offer solutions.

 

If the problem is still not solved under our technicians help, please safely pack the defective screens and send back to us within warranty period. After we receive the defective screens, we will send new and good replacements to you.


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6.  FAQ


Q1:  Which shipping method do you use ?

A: we use DHL for shipping, shipping time takes only 3 to 5 days in common situation

 

Q2:  Which payment method do you accept?

A: We accept payment through Wire Transfer, Western Union, Money Gram and Paypal.

 

Q3:  Do you have other models available ?

A: Sure we do have other models available, basically cover all the models for laptop touch screen assembly.

 

Q4:  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.

 

Q5:  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.


7. Latest news


Should You Upgrade or Replace Your Laptop?

 

When you've owned your laptop for two or three years you'll find yourself wondering whether or not you should buy a new one. Although it might be time to go browse our reviews to find a replacement, don't write off that old system just yet. With a little money and a bit of technical know-how, you can grant your laptop a new lease on life, or at least buy yourself a few more months. To determine if upgrading is the right choice for you, ask yourself the following questions:

 

Will upgrading solve my problem? If you're simply enduring sluggish performance or you've run out of storage space, then the problem can probably be solved by either increasing your computer's RAM or replacing its hard drive. Other issues have more complicated solutions that may extend further than a basic part swap can fix. For example, if your laptop is unable to play Batman: Arkham City, it may be that you lack the necessary graphics processor, have insufficient RAM, are running short on hard drive space, or are experiencing a combination of all three. Solving this problem with an upgrade may not be possible (adding a discrete graphics card isn't always an option in a laptop), or may be prohibitively expensive or more complicated than you want to take on.

 

Do I know how to perform this upgrade? Swapping out a part can be as simple as removing a battery and replacing it with a new one, or as complex as opening the laptop case or removing the keyboard. Always research a potential upgrade beforehand to determine if it's feasible given your equipment and comfort with the internals of a system. While broad tutorials are sometimes helpful, laptops vary widely in design and construction, so you'll want to find information for your specific make and model. Resources like iFixit's repair manuals and YouTube tutorials can be invaluable when deciding to undertake a repair or upgrade project.

 

Is it worth it financially to upgrade a part instead of replacing the laptop? While replacing a laptop outright can quickly ring up a tab of several hundred dollars, individual components are often much more affordable. A battery replacement may run from $20 to $50. It can cost as little as $50 to upgrade a laptop's RAM. A 500GB 2.5-inch internal hard drive costs about $60, but a 480GB solid-state drive (SSD) upgrade kit may sell for $400 or more. A laptop Blu-ray drive can fall anywhere between $40 and $300 depending upon the model and whether you want disc-writing capability. These expenses all grow rapidly if you take your system into a professional instead of upgrading it yourself.

 

If you've decided that upgrading is your best course of action, then the next thing to figure out is where you should start.

 

Battery

Over the months and years you use your laptop, its battery's capacity drops. After a couple of years, your battery life can dwindle down to under an hour, severely limiting your laptop's portability. The battery, thankfully, is the easiest part of a laptop to swap or replace, because it's usually accessible without opening the case. Switching to a new battery will return your lost longevity, but you can extend it further by bumping up to a larger capacity. If you're looking instead to make your laptop more commute-friendly by cutting weight, a smaller-capacity battery may be available to do the trick.

 

RAM

When your computer stores information, it has two options. Long-term storage of files and programs occurs on your hard drive or SSD. Random Access Memory (better known as RAM) serves as immediately accessible storage for programs and information that are currently in use. Adding RAM lets you store more in this area, resulting in faster operating speed, particularly when working with multiple programs or in intensive applications like photo and video editors. Although not as easily accessible as in a desktop tower, laptop RAM is usually accessible via a panel on the bottom of the laptop, and will occasionally be placed behind the keyboard, requiring removal to access it.

 

For light use, such as Web browsing and working with documents, 2GB of RAM is usually sufficient. Multitaskers and power users may want a little bit more. For heavy media editing, gaming, and anything else similarly complex, you'll want more than 4GB if your system supports it. (Some laptops support 12GB or more.)

 

Because RAM is inexpensive and relatively easy to install (just open a panel and plug it in), this is one of the first upgrades you should consider. Most motherboards support only one type of RAM (DDR3 is the most common, but some older models may still utilize DDR2), but different capacities and speeds can be used together without problem as long as the modules' voltages are the same. Be aware, however, that when differing speeds are used, the laptop will be limited to the speed of the slowest RAM module. To get the most out of each gigabyte of RAM without paying for speed you can't use, try to match speeds.

 

Hard Drives and SSDs

To expand the storage capacity of your laptop you can swap out the hard drive for a larger model or a faster SSD. This can usually be done with little more than a screwdriver, but before making it a DIY upgrade like this you should always back up your data. But don't toss your old drive when you're done—put it into an external drive enclosure. You can either save it as is for a ready-made system backup, or reformat it and use it as expanded storage.

 

For faster performance, quicker boot times, and a slightly lighter laptop, swap out your hard drive for an SSD. Using flash memory chips similar to those used for RAM, an SSD can be swapped out just as easily as a traditional hard drive. One caveat: On a per-gigabyte basis an SSD will be more expensive than a spinning hard drive. Pay attention to prices and weigh the benefits of faster performance against the expense of an upgrade.

 

Optical Drives

The days of laptops with modular optical drives have just about ended, but if you do own a laptop with a removable drive, you have two options. You may be able to find a compatible Blu-ray drive to replace an aging DVD burner, or you can replace the drive with an additional hard drive or SSD to further expand the laptop's storage capacity. Whether or not this is a worthwhile upgrade depends largely upon what sort of drive is in the laptop, what replacement drives are available, and how much the total solution will cost. If the drive can be easily removed and replaced for a reasonable price, go for it. If not, consider an external drive as a stopgap measure until you have the opportunity to replace the laptop.

 

Hard Drives and SSDs

To expand the storage capacity of your laptop you can swap out the hard drive for a larger model or a faster SSD. This can usually be done with little more than a screwdriver, but before making it a DIY upgrade like this you should always back up your data. But don't toss your old drive when you're done—put it into an external drive enclosure. You can either save it as is for a ready-made system backup, or reformat it and use it as expanded storage.

 

For faster performance, quicker boot times, and a slightly lighter laptop, swap out your hard drive for an SSD. Using flash memory chips similar to those used for RAM, an SSD can be swapped out just as easily as a traditional hard drive. One caveat: On a per-gigabyte basis an SSD will be more expensive than a spinning hard drive. Pay attention to prices and weigh the benefits of faster performance against the expense of an upgrade.

 

Optical Drives

The days of laptops with modular optical drives have just about ended, but if you do own a laptop with a removable drive, you have two options. You may be able to find a compatible Blu-ray drive to replace an aging DVD burner, or you can replace the drive with an additional hard drive or SSD to further expand the laptop's storage capacity. Whether or not this is a worthwhile upgrade depends largely upon what sort of drive is in the laptop, what replacement drives are available, and how much the total solution will cost. If the drive can be easily removed and replaced for a reasonable price, go for it. If not, consider an external drive as a stopgap measure until you have the opportunity to replace the laptop.

 

The Bottom Line on Upgrading

Unlike desktop tower PCs, which offer space and flexibility to add and swap out components, laptops are much less upgrade friendly. They're generally expected to last two or three years, and even if some new RAM, bigger or faster storage, or useful peripherals extend this window by a year or so, you'll still find yourself falling further behind the current systems on the market. To make the most of both your laptop and your budget, begin upgrades early and stick with your system for as long as it meets your needs. But once it starts falling behind, replacing the system outright is usually the simplest and most affordable way to stay up to date with the rapid pace of technology.


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