Lenovo Flex 2 15 Laptop Touch Screen Replacement

Suit for Lenovo Flex 2 15 15D 5941826 20405 screen 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.

Product Details

1.Product Introduction


Suit for Lenovo Flex 2 15 15D 5941826 20405 screen 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.


2.Product Parameter


Screen size: 15.6 inches

Compatible Model: for Lenovo Flex 2 15 15D 5941826 20405 touch screen replacement

Resolution ratio: 1920px*1080px

Connector: 30pins

Condition: Band new original

Contain: LCD and touch panel and frame


3.Product feature and application


Lenovo Flex 2 15 15D 5941826 20405 Touch Screen LCD Replacement, brand new condition.

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4. More about us


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5. Package and Warranty


Packing:


Each product has independent packing, every carton has bubbles to keep the goods safety.


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Warranty:


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.


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6.  FAQ


Q1: What is MOQ?  

A: Normally 1carton per item for regular orders as MOQ, sample order is acceptable before the bulk order. 


Q2: When will you deliver the goods?

A: Shipment within 3-5 days after receipt of payment


Q3: What to do when I get goods?

A: Pls check and test the goods once you've received, and make sure that all of them are good function.


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



Hands on: Huawei's Matebook 13 shrinks the Matebook X Pro into a 'Whiskey Lake'-powered laptop

 

Just a few cut corners diminished Huawei’s Matebook X Pro 14-inch flagship notebook. The smaller, less expensive Huawei Matebook 13 appears to have solved some of these flaws, while still keeping the best features of Huawei’s premium device, including a discrete GPU. It’s also one of the first notebooks out of the gate to include Intel’s “Whiskey Lake” Core chips.

 

We’ve been continually impressed with the ability of Chinese hardware makers to deliver premium hardware at affordable prices, and the Matebook 13 demonstrates this: Its high-end Core i7-8565U Whiskey Lake chip is paired with an Nvidia GeForce MX 150 (the same GPU as on the Matebook X Pro) for just $1,299. A Core i5-8265U model is also offered for $999, but with integrated graphics. Both are shipping to U.S. customers in early 2019.

 

At a briefing at CES 2019 here in Las Vegas, Huawei described the Matebook 13 as a step down from the Matebook X Pro, but there’s still a lot to like in this compact 13-inch notebook. The first impression is one of solidity: At 2.82 pounds, it’s a bit heavier than you’d expect, but the added weight gives the notebook a sturdy feel.

 

Huawei engineered the Matebook 13 out of an aluminum alloy, chamfered the edges, and finished it off with a sandblast process that gives the surface a bit of grip. The Matebook 13 is a traditional laptop, so it doesn’t fully recline to flat, let alone 360 degrees. We didn’t notice any wiggle in the display or flex in the keyboard, though—again, this feels like a solid little machine.

 

And “little” it is. Two words that we’re hearing more and more already are “footprint” and “screen to body ratio.” On the latter, this laptop is packing a 13-inch, 1440p screen (with 300 nits of brightness and a 3:2 ratio reminiscent of the Microsoft Surface devices, plus 100 percent sRGB color accuracy) with a screen-to-body ratio of 88 percent. The Matebook 13 is just 11.26 inches across—the message that Huawei’s trying to deliver is that the Matebook 13 is essentially a 13-inch notebook within a 12-inch chassis.

 

Some of the features we liked within the Matebook X Pro remain: the power button that doubles as a fingerprint reader, for example. The size of Huawei’s keys are typically larger than most, and on the smaller chassis they simply appear massive, with 1.2mm of travel that’s just a bit shallow. The trackpad, too, remains equally enormous, though Huawei said its improved the responsiveness of the “clickpad” portion of the device.

 

Like others in its class, Huawei’s converted wholesale to USB-C, with a pair of ports on the device, one on either side. There’s no Thunderbolt capabilities, however, and while the left port supports data transfer and charging, the right port only supports data transfer and DisplayPort—it’s possible that may prove annoying. One annoyance that Huawei did solve, however: The webcam now appears on top of the display, where it should be, rather than as a strange popup contraption embedded in the keyboard.

 

The Matebook 13 isn’t fanless, either, though Huawei said it’s installed what it calls a “Shark Fin 2.0 system,” cooling the device by pulling air in with an 8,000rpm cooling fan and distributing it through the back of the notebook.

 

Huawei will ship the Matebook 13 into the U.S., where it’s still a niche player. But the right mix of price and performance could help its status. We’ll want to eye it closely when we review it, though, as we found Huawei’s Matebook X Pro cut a corner or two with a special, slower GPU on top of some power throttling.

 

Huawei Matebook 13 basic specs:

Display: 13 inches (2160x1440), 300 nits

Processor: Intel Core i5-8265U or Intel Core i7-8565U (both “Whiskey Lake”)

Graphics: Intel UHD 620 (Core i5) or Nvidia GeForce MX150 w/GB GDDR5

Memory: 8GB 2133 MHz LPDDR3

Storage: 256GB NVMe PCIe SSD (Core i5), 512GB NVMe PCIe SSD

Ports: 2 USB 3.0 Type-C, 3.5mm mic/headphone

Cameras: user-facing 1 Mpixel

Battery: 41.7Wh

Operating system: Windows 10 Home

Dimensions: 11.26 x 8.31 x 0.59 in.

Weight: 2.82 lb rated

Colors: Mystic Silver, Space Grey

Price: $999 (Core i5), $1,299 (Core i7)


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