Microsoft Surface Pro 5 Lcd Screen Replacement

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.

Product Details

1.Product Introduction


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.


2.Product Parameter


Screen size: 12.3 inches

Model: Suit for Microsoft Surface Pro 5 1796 Touch Screen LCD Replacement

Resolution ratio: 2736px*1824px

Connector: 50pins

Condition: Band new original

Contain: LCD display and touch panel assembly


3.Product feature and application


For Microsoft Surface Pro 5 1796 Touch Screen LCD Replacement, brand new condition.


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4. More about us


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5. Package and Warranty


Packing:


All of our items are tested and found working.

 

Package : ensure keeping clean and safe

 

Firstly packed with anti-static bag

 

Secondly pack bubble bag,If slim type ,we will add with Cardboard between screens;

 

Lastly pack with foam and box.


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Warranty:


100% high quality assurance

 

100% OEM and best after-sale service

 

100% tested before shipping

 

We offer 90 days warranty.


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6.  FAQ


Q1:  Which payment method do you accept?

A: We accept payment through Wire Transfer, Western Union, Money Gram and Paypal.

 

Q2:  What kind of warranty do you provide?

A: We provide 12 months warranty but not include human violence caused damage, like flex cable ripped off during the installing, or the lcd cracked while doing the installing job.

 

Q3:  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.

 

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.




7. Latest news




Intel Ice Lake 10th generation Core processors: Everything you need to know

 

It looks like Intel’s all-new processors are finally on the horizon - paving the way for even more efficient laptops and 2-in-1s.

 

After false starts and rumours it had trashed its work on the redesigned processors altogether, Intel has finally announced more details about the totally new series of Core i3, i5, i7 and i9 processors in late 2019.

 

The microarchitecture they will be based on is codenamed Ice Lake. It promises a doubling in performance alongside Wi-Fi 6 support and, naturally, Thunderbolt 3 for fast data transfer. Intel has been releasing 9th generation processors (including six new processors at CES 2019) so it stands to reason that Ice Lake will be the 10th generation Core processors.

 

When will we get the 10th generation Core processors?

 

Speaking at an Intel Architecture Day conference in Silicon Valley in December 2018, Intel's Ronak Singhal previewed the Sunny Cove CPU core that will be the key part of the Ice Lake hardware.

 

Sunny Cove is based on the 10nm manufacturing process that will be the basis for the Ice Lake next-generation Core chips (as well as the next-gen Xeon server chips that may or may not be inside the next-generation Apple Mac Pro due this year - Intel is currently citing 2020 for these chips).

 

This latest announcement doesn’t take away from the fact these new chips are later than a pizza driver that stops off for a sleep; they were originally slated for 2015.

 

Now they’ll be with us later in 2019 and probably not in many laptops until early 2020; these processors might not even be announced as a consumer product until CES 2020. Officially, Intel said at CES 2019 that PC makers "are expected to have new devices with Ice Lake on shelves by holiday 2019" but as we said, that remains to be seen.

 

Dell's Sam Burd did come on stage at CES 2019 with Intel and show off an Ice Lake-powered XPS prototype that looked very much like a Dell XPS 13 2-in-1.

 

Why Ice Lake is so important for Intel

 

The new chips can’t come soon enough for Intel: AMD’s Ryzen processors are reportedly making inroads into the admittedly-small PC builder market.

 

Early 2020 is going to be a mega-busy time for Intel since it’s also when it will start being able to produce its 5G modems for smartphones – we’re expecting that to be a key component for the 5G iPhone in 2020 (probably known as the iPhone XI S if current naming conventions continue).

 

It seems Intel’s engineers have had to go back to the drawing board because of a problematic approach - we’re guessing that meant there was a high error rate or poor yield on chips produced using the 10nm process.

 

It's a crucial time for Intel despite its deep expertise in transistor density – rivals TSMC and Samsung have both started producing 7nm mobile processors this year and will turn their attention to producing 7nm processors for bigger devices – AMD’s Zen 2 architecture is rumoured to use 7nm.

 

Intel’s new processors will include tech enabling acceleration of processing such as AI tasks for things like facial recognition. There will also be new integrated on-processor graphics, known as Gen11. Intel is also planning to introduce a discrete graphics processor by 2020 to battle AMD and Nvidia.

 

Intel has also been talking about Foveros, a new tech to package processors that means more complex processor dies can be stacked upon one another rather than having to be placed side-by-side. This could enable totally new device designs that are super thin and light.


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