For HP ENVY X360 15M-CN0002LA L10210-110 Lcd Touch Screen Assembly Replacement

Suit for HP envy x360 15M-CN0002LA 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.

Product Details

1.Product Introduction


Suit for HP envy x360 15M-CN0002LA 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.


2.Product Parameter


Screen size: 15.6 inches

Image resolution: 1920px*1080px

Connector: 30pins

Model: HP envy x360 15M-CN0002LA touch screen digitizer replacement

Condition: A+ grade

Contain: Touch screen + lcd + bezel



3.Product feature and application


Suit for HP envy x360 15M-CN0002LA lcd touch screen digitizer replacement, Brand new condition.


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4. More about us


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5. Package and Warranty


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:


100% high quality assurance

 

100% OEM and best after-sale service

 

100% tested before shipping

 

We offer 90 days warranty.



6.FAQ


Q1:  What is MOQ?

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

 

Q2Is there any installing instruction I should follow ?

A: Sorry we can`t provide installing instruction because people have they own way to do the repair, but there is indeed quite a lot videos on the internet, but please notice that we won`t be able to cover the warranty caused by human violence, please be caution when installing the screen.

 

Q3:  How long can I receive the package after the payment ?

A: In common situation, we need to 2 days to prepare the package, and after we ship the package out, the DHL takes 3 to 5 days to delivery the package, it`s around 5 to 7 days in total.

 

Q4:  What can I do if I get defective goods?

A: Please contact us ASAP, and send the videos or pictures. If it's our fault, we will refund it or send the replacement in your next orders. There is no warranty for the following conditions: man-made damage the stamp or label is lost or damaged the goods are used.

 

Q5:  Who will pay the shipping cost for the defective goods?

A: Customer will pay the return shipping cost, and we will pay the shipping fee to send the replacement parts.



7. Latest news


Lenovo Legion Y740 (17-inch) (2019) Review

 

The Lenovo Legion Y740 is a mixed bag. On one hand, its $2,489 price (starting at $1,839) will get you strong Intel Core i7 and Nvidia RTX 2080 Max-Q performance, a decently comfortable keyboard, and a solid pair of speakers. But on the other hand, its display is rather dim, the battery life is subpar and the deck flexes like there's no tomorrow. Overall, the Legion Y740 is a solid pick if all you're concerned about is performance, but you could do better for the money.

 

Price and Configuration Options

 

The Legion Y740 that I tested runs for $2,489 and is outfitted with a 2.2-GHz Intel Core i7-8750H processor, an Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 Max-Q GPU with 8GB of VRAM, 16GB of RAM, a 256GB SSD, and a 1TB 7,200-rpm HDD.

 

The base model costs $1,839 and drops you to a sole 256GB SSD and an RTX 2060 with 6GB of VRAM. The maxed-out version sells for $2,829 and upgrades our configuration to 32GB of RAM and a 512GB SSD.

 

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Design

 

The Legion Y740 is business in the front and party in the back. Its aluminum, gunmetal hood is home to a simple, glossy Legion logo, while the back (beyond the lid) looks like someone loaded a black magazine cartridge onto the original system, arming it for battle (with RGB nonetheless).

 

It was slightly concerning, however, when I opened the lid and the left side of the deck lifted and bent depending which direction I moved the lid. We got a replacement, and the bend wasn't as bad, but there was still some pressure in that area. This machine doesn't feel like it could take the average wear and tear of traveling.

 

The interior sticks with the same uniform color palette as the lid, but it irks me that the keyboard blends in with the rest of the deck. The keys would contrast with the chassis much better if they were black. On top of that, the bezels on the display are a little chunkier than I would have liked.

 

For better or worse, the Legion Y740 (6.6 pounds, 16.2 x 12.0 x 0.9 inches) looks like a straight-up monster compared to the MSI GS75 Stealth (5 pounds, 15.6 x 10.2 x 0.7 inches). Its 15-inch RTX competitor, the Acer Predator Triton 500, unsurprisingly, weighs in at a much sleeker 4.8 pounds and 14.1 x 10 x 0.7 inches.

 

Ports

 

The left side of the Legion Y740 packs a headphone jack and a Thunderbolt 3 port, while the right side features one USB 3.1 port and a OneKey Recovery button.

 

The backside holds all of the goodies, including a Mini DisplayPort, an HDMI 2.0 port, two USB 3.1 ports, an Ethernet RJ45 port, the power jack and a security lock slot.

 

Display

 

The Legion Y740's 17.3-inch, 1920 x 1080 display isn't as colorful as its competitors and is just slightly too dim. But it can reproduce silky smooth images due to its 144-Hz refresh rate and compatibility with Nvidia G-Sync.

 

When I swam in Shadow of the Tomb Raider, the ripples that flowed through the water looked incredibly smooth. It was pleasant coming on to land and looking back at the mesmerizing, green-tinted water while a bold blue frog hopped right next to me. But as I attempted to run into caves, I realized that they were actually dark depressions in the walls. It's like the laptop was on indefinite battery-saver mode, and the dimness makes it uncomfortable to play games.


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