Suit for HP Pavilion X360 14M-BA114DX laptop repair, factory resource original parts guarantee the quality, extremely strict QC process control the faulty rate under 3 percent, with reasonable price among all the screen suppliers in Shenzhen China, fast delivery and good after-sales service is provided, Sincerely looking forward to build a long term business relationship with all our heart.
Screen size: 14 inches
Model: suit for HP Pavilion X360 14M-BA114DX touch screen lcd replacement
Resolution ratio: 1920px*1080px FHD
Condition: High Quality Touch screen grade A (no bubbles)
Contain: LCD touch screen display assembly
3.Product feature and application
HP Pavilion X360 14M-BA114DX touch screen lcd replacement, 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
This product warranty for 3 months from the date of receipt of the customer,
The human factor damage is not covered by the warranty
The seller is not covered by the warranty shipping costs
The refund will be return after the return parcel received.all goods are labeling
Identification do not tear, Otherwise will be no warranty, thank you for your understanding.
Q1: 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.
Q2: 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.
Q3: How long could I get reply of my enquiry?
A: Buyers will get a reply within 24 hours.
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 ?
A: Sure we do have other models available, basically cover all the models for laptop touch screen assembly.
7. Latest news
Apple Patents Glass MacBook Keyboard That Bends Under Your Fingers
A new patent by Apple shows how it may solve its MacBook keyboard woes in future iterations of the laptops.
Published Jan 31 by the USPTO (and spotted by Digital Trends), the patent seeks to bridge the gap between the physical keyboards still used on laptops and desktop computers, and the touchscreen keyboards we are all used to seeing on smartphones.
The display of the laptop in the patent looks like any other, but the bottom section sandwiches a touch-sensitive display between a glass keyboard and the bottom of the device.
In essence, it’s going to be like your phone’s keyboard, except with a physical element on top. Phone keyboards do the job just fine. However, the key thing this patent is looking for is feedback from the keys. On a smartphone, you know if you’ve hit a key because the phone will briefly flash the character you’ve tapped and also vibrate. There’s very little feedback from just hitting the screen.
Apple’s solution is to have the glass keys bend or cause another element to buckle as you press keys, hitting the touch layer and giving you something between a touch screen and a normal physical key switch. Much of the patent is made up of possible designs for how the key would move when force is applied.
A final set of considerations are made regarding enhanced feedback for key presses. Other than the act of pushing down on the key, the patent leaves room for the possibility of haptic feedback (smartphone-like vibrations for each tap), or "resilient members,’" either spring or collapsible dome structures within the key that make them harder to press, giving the user a similar feeling to typing on a normal keyboard.
The MacBook range’s current keyboard design, using butterfly switches to give the keys a slim profile, has not well received with users, as these switches are prone to jamming if any dust finds its way into the mechanism. There have also been complaints about the space bar entering two spaces instead of one.
Your skeptic hat must be firmly on while looking at these designs; there’s no guarantee this will become part of any Apple product soon, or even ever. The whole glass keyboard layer does seem at this point in time an ambitious thing to actually make, but existing large dual screen and touch screen devices, like Lenovo’s Yoga Book, are asking questions about keeping the traditional physical keyboard.
Even if Apple’s design doesn’t pan out, it’s still a strong suggestion that the days of the keyboard as we know it are numbered.