Suit for Lenovo Yoga 700-14ISK 80QD screen 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.
Screen size: 14 inches
Compatible Model: For Lenovo Yoga 700-14ISK 80QD
Resolution ratio: 1920px*1080px FHD
Condition: Band new original
Contain: LCD and touch panel and frame
3.Product feature and application
Lenovo Yoga 700-14ISK 80QD Touch Screen LCD Replacement, brand new condition.
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5. Package and Warranty
Each product has independent packing, every carton has bubbles to keep the goods safety.
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We offer 90 days warranty.
Q1: Is there any installing instruction I should follow ?
A: Sorry we can`t provide installing instruction because people have they own way to do the repair, but there is indeed quite a lot videos on the internet, but please notice that we won`t be able to cover the warranty caused by human violence, please be caution when installing the screen.
Q2: 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.
Q3: Do you have other models available ?
A: Sure we do have other models available, basically cover all the models for laptop touch screen assembly.
Q4: When will you deliver the goods?
A: Shipment within 3-5 days after receipt of payment
Q5: 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.
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Amazon Echo Dot vs. Google Home Mini
You’ve just noticed a great price on an Amazon Echo Dot or Google Home Mini smart speaker. Should you buy one?
The prices are intended to make them impulse purchases, because both Amazon and Google are desperate to get their foot in the door of your home. Voice assistants and smart home automation are expected to be the next big thing in tech, and both companies know that once you experience the convenience of a smart speaker in one room, you’re likely to want it in others.
Updated November 20, 2018 to compare the Google Home Mini to the third-generation Amazon Echo Dot.
Before making a purchase, you really should do your homework. It all comes down to the hardware, the capabilities of their digital assistants, and the way they can do things such as play music and control other smart devices in your home.
Part of choosing between the two platforms is deciding whether you trust Amazon or Google more with your data, or perhaps if you care at all. Both devices will give their respective makers a much deeper look into your life: Google’s prime objective is to make you a more attractive target for its advertisers; Amazon wants to know more about your life so it can sell you stuff directly.
Echo Dot vs. Google Home Mini: The Hardware
The Amazon Echo Dot (3rd Gen) and Google Home Mini are roughly the same size (the newest Echo Dot is slightly taller). The Echo Dot is a hockey puck-shaped gadget with fabric-covered sides and buttons on top, while the Home Mini hides its touch-sensitive controls under a dome of fabric. The Echo Dot is available in light gray, dark gray, or off-white, while you can pick up a Google Home Mini in chalk, charcoal, or coral (aka white, gray, or pink).
The Echo Dot connects to its power supply with a barrel connector, and the Google Home Mini uses a USB power supply. Both need to be connected to power full time, but you can buy a third-party battery dock for either of them. Both are suitably low profile to fit in almost any location in your home.
You’ll want to place your smart speaker in the room where it’s likely to be used most often, but engineers at Amazon and Google have crammed a bunch of microphones into each gadget so they’re actually pretty good at hearing commands even when you’re in a different room.
That can feel a little invasive, knowing the speaker is listening all the time, but that’s the deal you make when you invite one into your home. Both have a mute button that disables the microphones should you wish, but for maximum convenience and the ability to issue voice commands on a whim, you’ll want your smart speaker’s mics to be always active.
If you plan to mute the mics regularly, the process is more straightforward with the Echo Dot, which has its buttons up top. On the Google Home Mini, the mute switch is on the back. What’s more, you must hold the device steady to flip the switch, but holding the sides can adjust the volume controls—a design that clearly presumes most users won’t do this often.
Both speakers require you to use its respective wake word—either “Alexa” or “Hey, Google”—before giving a command, which then gets sent to a cloud service for interpretation and action. Google Home devices will also respond to "OK Google." You can change an Amazon Echo's settings so that it will respond to "Amazon," "Echo," or "Computer."
Both allow you to review your history of commands, listen to the audio picked up by the speaker, and delete individual commands if you wish.
Echo Dot vs. Home Mini: Making phone calls
Both devices can access the phone book on your smartphone, if given permission, and make calls so you can use them like personal conference-call devices. (See our guide for making calls on an Amazon Echo device.)
Recently Google demonstrated a system that allows Assistant to make calls on your behalf. Called Duplex, it’s an impressive and somewhat spooky tech development that could handle things like making a restaurant reservation, but so far it’s not available to consumers.
Amazon's recent partnership with Microsoft has resulted in Echo speakers being able to make both audio and video calls using Skype.
Both devices have a broadcast feature that allows you to send a voice message from one unit to other units in your house, much like an intercom.