1. Product Introduction
Suit for HP Pavilion X360 15-BR077NR laptop repair, with stable long term supply capacity, all the parts are guaranteed genuine as original, with completive price among all the suppliers in Shenzhen area, we stand behind the products with a long time warranty, and we have strict QC process to control the faulty rate, each piece well tested before shipping.
2 . Product Parameter
Screen size: 15.6 inches
Model: Suit for HP Pavilion X360 15-BR077NR 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
For HP Pavilion X360 15-BR000 Touch Screen LCD Replacement, brand new condition.
4. More about us
5. Package and Warranty
Packing：Each product has independent packing, every carton has bubbles to keep the goods safety.
3-6 months warranty, return, refund, repair is acceptable in policy.
All demand or complaint will be replied within 2 hours
Q1: 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.
Q2: How long could I get reply of my enquiry?
A: Buyers will get a reply within 24 hours.
Q3: What's the quality level?
A: High quality with Grade A
Q4: 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.
Q5: What is MOQ?
A: Normally 10pcs per item for regular orders as MOQ, sample order is acceptable before the bulk order.
7. Latest News.
Apple's forgotten tech: The Apple products you won't remember
Apple has come a long way since it was founded in 1976, from the humble beginnings of the Apple I computer to the very latest MacBook Pro with Touch Bar. Not to mention it is now the world's most valuable company, with revenue in 2017 totaling $229 billion.
Apple hasn't always produced successful products, as you'll soon see, but it can't be disputed that the technology giant innovated many products that we now take for granted today, with several of its older devices providing inspiration for those further down the line.
With Apple's latest product, the HomePod, being made available to buy in stores, we thought it high time to take a look back at some of technology giant's more unusual products that you either never knew existed, or have completely forgotten about.
1.1978 - Disk
We've all seen images of the Apple ][ computer, Apple's very first consumer product, but what you may have forgotten about is the accompanying Disk ][. It was a 5 and a quarter-inch floppy disk drive, designed by the great Steve Wozniak and cost $595 (over $2,000 in today's money).
It was designed to be used exclusively with the Apple ][ computer as a means to replace the cassette storage system that it came with. The Disk ][ offered more storage and was faster than its rivals and Woz referred to it as "my most incredible experience at Apple and the finest job I did."
2.1980 - Apple Silentype
Apple released its first printer, the Silentype, in 1980. The thermal printer was a successful product for Apple, as it was much cheaper than the majority of its rivals at $699 and was silent in operation.
It had a great reliability record, was small in size and had a decent print speed. It had to use a special paper, but could provide 80-column output, while most rival products could only provide 40-column output.
3.1981 - Apple ProFile
1981 saw the introduction of Apple's first ever hard disk drive, the ProFile, which was designed to be used with the Apple III computer and had a storage capacity of a huge 5MB. When it launched in September 1981, the ProFile cost $3,499, which equates to just under $10,000 in today's money. Compare that to terabyte hard drives you can pick up today for less than $50 and it becomes clear that storing files was incredibly expensive back in the day.
4.1983 - Apple 410 Color Plotter
Colour plotters were once used to produce large drawings as they offered the fastest and cheapest way to do so, because at the time, computer memory was very expensive. Apple's 410 Color Plotter was based on the Yokogawa YEW PL-1000, was sold between 1983 and 1988 and used either water or oil-based inks.
5.1984 - Apple Modem 1200
We take modems for granted now, giving us instant access to the Internet. It wasn't as simple back in the 80's, with Apple's first example of a modem being a box completely separate from the main computer. As the name suggests, the Apple Modem 1200 could carry data at 1200 bits, a fair way off the 350mbps we can get today.
6.1987 - Apple Tape Backup 40SC
Hard disk drives aren''t the only means of storage. While tape drives are still available today, they were more popular in the past and as a result, Apple released the Tape Backup 40SC in 1987 as means of reading them.
Tape drives differ to HDD in that HDDs can access data anywhere on the disk within milliseconds, but tapes had to be physically wound between reels to access it.
7.1989 - Apple Macintosh Portrait Display
When Apple first started releasing computers, it didn't sell its own monitors, instead telling customers to use their TV or expensive third-party displays. However from 1980, the company began offering complete computer systems, including a monitor.
In 1987, Apple introduced a second-generation of external displays, one of which was the Portrait Display, which had a 15-inch screen aligned vertically to display a singular page, compared to some other monitors that could displays two pages side-by-side.
8.1991 - Apple OneScanner
The Apple OneScanner was a flatbed scanner that used the SCSI interface - a set of standards for connecting and transferring data between peripherals. The OneScanner was introduced in 1991 to replace the Apple Scanner and used Ofoto scanning software, which allowed for automatic or full manual control of the scanning process.
9.1993 - Apple PowerCD
Apple expressed its musical intentions in 1993 with the release of the PowerCD. It was a rebadged Philips CDF-100 and could read audio, data and Kodak photo CDs. It was Apple's first consumer product that didn't need a computer to work, although unlike other CD players at the time, it could connect to a computer via SCSI, effectively making it a portable CD drive for the PowerBook series of notebooks.
10.2006 - Apple iPod Hi-Fi
Long before the Apple HomePod, Apple had another speaker designed to be used with the iPod. The iPod Hi-Fi was a $349 speaker system that was available from February 2006 until September 2007.
Like other Apple products, it was well designed, but it's high price compared to competition at the time and lack of radio meant sales were generally poor. Apple eventually succumbed to the competition and ceased making the iPod Hi-Fi in 2007.