Suit for HP Envy X360 807532-001 laptop screen 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 807532-001 Touch Screen LCD Replacement
Resolution ratio: 1920px*1080px FHD
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Contain: LCD display and touch panel assembly
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Q1: How is your QC process.
A: We have strict QC process and we test each piece lcd screen before the products get to warehouse, and we test them one more time right before the shipping, 100 percent guarantee they are in good condition before the shipping, and control the total faulty rate under 3 percent.
Q2: How dose the RMA process works.
A: We have warehouse in both HongKong and America to collect the faulty products, once the faulty situation is confirmed, we will send new replacements in next package.
Q3: How could I buy products if there is no price on the website?
A: Buyers need to send required product details via e-mail, Then a reasonable quotation as request would be provided.
Q4: 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.
Q5: Do you have other models available ?
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7. Latest news
Dell could make a foldable device that has three or four screens
Dell sees Microsoft’s dual-screen laptop and raises it another two displays
Dell is potentially working on another laptop with multiple screens, but this concept is looking to push things even further by utilizing three or four displays to make for an even greater level of flexibility compared to today’s 2-in-1s, or the many rumored dual-screen or foldable devices we’ve been hearing about of late.
The broad idea here, as outlined in a patent published last July but only just spotted by Windows Latest, is for a device which has an OLED display stretched across multiple ‘housing portions’ all of which are connected by hinges.
So that’s similar to the Dell patent we highlighted last week for a 2-in-1 device with a flexible OLED display across two portions, with a central rotational hinge to facilitate folding. But in this particular case, Dell floats the idea of having three or four housing portions, to allow for the device to be folded into more different configurations.
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The patent describes having a planar tablet orientation – with all the displays flat, to make for a large tablet – and a clamshell orientation, or a standard laptop format. In the case of the device having three display sections, the latter will mean one section is folded under the base so you get a traditional notebook form factor (as seen in the image at the top of this article).
Or you could have all three sections upright and folded into a triangle to facilitate videoconferencing for multiple users, with each display showing its own video. And indeed in the case of a four-display device, that could be stood up in a square four-fold configuration (as illustrated above).
As is often the case with these multi-screen device concepts, Dell also describes the interface being tied to the hardware, so the device can automatically detect when it is reoriented from, say, tablet to laptop mode, and adjust its interface to suit, by displaying a virtual keyboard and/or touchpad on the base section.
Naturally, we don’t know if this machine will make it past the research and development or prototyping stages, as ever with any patented technology.
What we can say, however, is that Dell has this and a number of other similar ideas in the pipeline, including the 2-and-1 we’ve already mentioned, and a nifty-looking laptop with two detachable displays.
So we can probably expect some kind of innovative multi-screen device in the pipeline from Dell, and of course, the other PC makers like Lenovo who are also looking into their own similarly innovative and versatile machines.