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Screen size: 15.6 inches
Image resolution: 1920px*1080px
Model: HP ENVY X360 15-CN0007TU touch screen digitizer replacement
Condition: A+ grade
Contain: Touch screen + lcd + bezel
3.Product feature and application
Suit for HP ENVY X360 15-CN0007TU lcd touch screen digitizer replacement, Brand new condition.
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5. Package and Warranty
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.
Warranty remains valid for 3 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.
Q1: How long could I get reply of my enquiry?
A: Buyers will get a reply within 24 hours.
Q2: What's the quality level?
A: High quality with Grade A
Q3: 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.
Q4: What's the quality level?
A: Original and new, High quality with Grade A+
Q5: How to find the corresponding product model?
A: You can check the label on the back of the computer, which has detailed information or you can consult us.
7. Latest news
Intel Project Athena release date, news and features
Intel's Project Athena is an innovation program created by the chipmaker to aid laptop makers build the revolutionary laptops of the future.
Announced at CES 2019, Project Athena sees Intel working with some of the biggest names in the laptop industry – including Acer, Asus, Dell, Google, HP, Lenovo, Microsoft and Samsung – to craft the next generation of laptops that are thinner, lighter and more powerful, as well as have lightning fast connectivity, a system that wakes from sleep in a flash and battery life that will last all day.
If that sounds like a mythical invention to you, just take a look at the HP Elite Dragonfly, a Project Athena-certified 2-in-1 laptop that’s under 1kg in weight and has a battery life that lasts more than 24 hours on a single charge.
It's somewhat akin to what Intel and laptop manufacturers did with Ultrabooks some years back. By coming up with a list of minimum specifications that laptops would have to meet to be known as Ultrabooks, consumers know they are getting the very latest – and greatest – hardware.
With Project Athena laptops, Intel and its partners are seeking to make devices that can handle the demands of modern-day computing. It’s a very big deal, and we at TechRadar, for one, cannot wait to see the kind of laptops that this grand program will result in.
Here are the news and rumors we've gathered together, and everything else we know so far about Intel's Project Athena.
Cut to the chase
What is it? A partnership between Intel and manufacturers to design the next generation of laptops
When is it out? Possibly late 2019
What will it cost? Project Athena laptops will vary in price, but don't expect them to be cheap
What is Intel Project Athena?
Intel Project Athena is a laptop design initiative that sees Intel work even more closely with a number of laptop manufacturers to help reinvent the future of laptops.
Many people also consider Project Athena as Intel's way of battling the growth of Windows 10 on ARM devices, and laptops running on Qualcomm Snapdragon hardware. These devices offer always-on connections and remarkably long battery life, but don't use Intel hardware.
While Windows 10 on ARM devices have excelled at battery life, start-up times and always-on connectivity thanks to built-in 4G LTE support, they have so far been unsuccessful in offer decent performance that’s comparable to Intel-powered laptops.
Project Athena will see Intel offer guidance to equipment and PC component manufacturers to create future laptops that are smarter, faster (thanks to 5G) and more power efficient – which will likely mean much longer battery life.
Intel has also revealed at the Project Athena Ecosystem Symposium event in Taipei, Taiwan that it will open three global Project Athena Open Labs facilities – two in Taipei and Shanghai, one in Folsom, California – in order to work with manufacturers and test their laptops to ensure they meet Project Athena's specifications. These labs started operating in June 2019.
Josh Newman, Intel vice president and general manager of PC Innovation Segments, Client Computing Group, said that "Project Athena Open Labs are a critical step in enabling more extensive, day-to-day collaboration with the components ecosystem to continuously raise the bar for innovation across the platform."
Intel Project Athena release date
Intel has implied that initial Project Athena laptops could release as early as the second half of 2019. However, if that's the case, then we wouldn't expect to see any Project Athena-certified laptops until very late this year.
Since the Project Athena Open Labs didn’t launch until June, the early Project Athena laptops that we could see in 2019 will likely be Intel-made reference devices that will offer consumers and manufacturers a taste of what Project Athena laptops will be capable of.
According to Intel, "the next wave of Project Athena designs" will come in "2020 and beyond," so expect to see Project Athena laptops from manufacturers, like Asus and Acer, next year.
Intel Project Athena price
Currently, we don't have any information on what sort of prices Project Athena laptops will sell for. However, that’s never stopped us from making a few educated guesses before.
Considering the target spec and features of Project Athena laptops (which we'll get to in a moment), it's possible that these are going to be high-priced laptops.
Intel's Ultrabook initiative, which was similar to Project Athena in the fact that it saw Intel working with laptop makers to develop laptops that met clear design and specification criteria, resulted in high-end machines with premium price tags. It's not too much of a stretch, therefore, to think that Project Athena laptops will be pitched at the high-end in terms of hardware and price.
If we do see Intel-made Project Athena laptops this year, with the third-party Athena laptops following in 2020, then that’s another hint that the first wave of Project Athena laptops will be quite pricey.
However, when third-party Athena laptops launch, prices could potentially become more affordable, as there will be more competition between the companies.
It seems likely that Project Athena laptops will be pitched as alternatives to Windows on ARM laptops, like the HP Envy x2. Those ARM laptops have prices around $1,000/£1,000/AU$1,500, so it won’t be surprising if Project Athena laptops will tout that price point as well.
However, before you get too dismayed about being unable to afford an Intel Project Athena laptop, there are some clues that suggest we may see more affordable Athena-certified laptops as well.
For a start, Intel has talked about how Project Athena will cover a range of laptop types. It's also been announced that some Athena laptops will run Windows 10 and Chrome OS. Coupled with the fact that Google is one of the Project Athena partners, it looks like we'll be getting Project Athena Chromebooks.
Since Chromebooks are generation a lot cheaper than traditional laptops, they may provide a cheaper way to partake in some of that Project Athena goodness.