Suit for HP Envy X360 15M-BQ121DX 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: Suit for HP Envy X360 15M-BQ021DX Touch Screen LCD Replacement
Resolution ratio: 1920px*1080px FHD
Condition: Band new original
Contain: LCD display and touch panel assembly with frame
3.Product feature and application
HP Envy X360 15M-BQ021DX, 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
100% tested before shipping
We offer 90 days warranty.
Q1: 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.
Q2: Do you have other models available ?
A: Sure we do have other models available, basically cover all the models for laptop touch screen assembly.
Q3: 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.
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
How to upgrade the SSD in your Lenovo IdeaPad 730S
The Lenovo IdeaPad 730S is an impressive 13-inch notebook that does a lot right without adding a ton of half-baked features. One of its best features is strong performance thanks to 8th Gen Whiskey Lake Intel processors (CPU), 16GB of RAM, and up to a 256GB Samsung PM981 solid-state drive (SSD). If that isn't enough space for all your data, you can upgrade the M.2 PCIe SSD yourself with relative ease. Here's everything you need to know to get the job done.
Hardware and software to get the job done
Amazon: Samsung 970 EVO (From $78)
Amazon: DMLIANKE aluminum SSD enclosure ($21)
Macrium: Macrium Reflect 7 (Free+)
Amazon: Rosewill anti-static wristband ($6)
Amazon: ORIA PC toolkit ($28)
Lenovo: IdeaPad 730S (From $900)
Note: Before beginning any upgrades on a PC, it's a good idea to back up your data in the unlikely event something should go wrong. You'll also want to ensure you're not working in a static-filled environment, as it can cause damage to a PC's internal hardware. Consider investing in an anti-static wristband to avoid unnecessary damage.
Lenovo's IdeaPad 730S delivers a 13.3-inch display in an aluminum unibody design that's slim and light. It's great for anyone who doesn't need a touch display or a convertible build, and it comes with 8th Gen Intel Core CPUs, up to 16GB of DDR3 RAM, and up to a 256GB NVMe PCIe SSD in the M.2 form factor. Though most configurations ship with a Samsung PM981 drive that delivers solid performance, it's not a ton of space in the modern data climate. Luckily, you can remove the back panel of the laptop and replace the SSD with one of your choosing, as long as it's in the M.2 form factor and is compatible with the PCIe NVMe standard.
Since the IdeaPad 730S only has room for one piece of storage, your best bet is to clone the existing SSD — including Windows 10, apps, and any of your personal data — over to the new drive using an external enclosure. We've had success using Macrium Reflect, and we've even written a complete guide on the cloning process. Alternatively, you can do a clean install of Windows 10, but you'll be starting essentially from scratch.
Once you have your new SSD cloned with your old SSD's data (or you've decided on an alternative route), you can proceed with the following steps. Be sure to power off your laptop before removing the back panel.
1.Unscrew the nine fasteners on the back panel of the laptop using a T6 Torx driver.
2.Pry open the bottom panel using a thumb or pry tool. Start with a corner and carefully work your way around so as to not damage the panel.
3.Unscrew the single fastener holding the M.2 PCIe NVMe SSD in place. Use a Philips-head screwdriver.
4.Pull the old M.2 SSD away from the mount. It should slide out with relative ease.
5.Insert the new M.2 SSD into the slot, keeping the flat side down.
6.Screw in the fastener at the end of the new M.2 SSD section, being careful not to apply too much force. This secures the SSD in place.
7.Replace the bottom panel of the IdeaPad 730S by applying pressure around the edges. You should hear the panel snap back into place when it's seated properly.
8.Screw in the nine fasteners on the back panel.
You can now power on your laptop with your fingers crossed. If you cloned the original drive over to a new SSD using an external enclosure, you shouldn't need to adjust anything; the laptop should boot normally, albeit now with more or faster storage.