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(Original) Linx 10 Digitizer Cracked, Where To Source Another Cheaply?

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I broke my Linx 10 a few weeks back :( I had a Pipo W1 tempered glass protector, but alas, the digitizer was cracked underneath, too. Is there anywhere I could get a replacement digitizer for a rea… Read More
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7m, 2w agoPosted 7 months, 2 weeks ago
I broke my Linx 10 a few weeks back :( I had a Pipo W1 tempered glass protector, but alas, the digitizer was cracked underneath, too.

Is there anywhere I could get a replacement digitizer for a reasonable price? I'm trying to figure out which "other names" I could use as search terms on Aliexpress. Cube iwork 10 and Shenker Element 10.1 are two others. Though I can see from a cached Linxtablet page that buying "other name" digitizers is a gamble as some come with different connectors.

Otherwise I guess I'll just have to Gumtree, or give away my charger, keyboard and dead tablet!

Thanks :D
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7m, 2w agoPosted 7 months, 2 weeks ago
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#1
cheapest i've seen original digitizer is on ebay about £35 oO last one that price,also a pain in the ass to remove broken one and install new

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/LINX-10-WINDOWS-8-1-TABLET-10-INCH-Replacement-Touch-Screen-Digitizer-GLASS-/201658061051?hash=item2ef3c1d0fb:g:Pt8AAOSwFdtXx4-9
#2
Yeah, I saw that one on ebay, too much really. Thanks anyway :)
#3
Unfortunately these cheap tablets are rarely worth repairing! Had one break myself and it was like £40 and a load of work to fix an £80 (at new) maybe worth about £60 used, tablet. I'd suggest maybe selling yours on ebay as spares and buying a new one, would probably be cheaper than fixing yours.
#4
Thanks everyone :) Think these tablets are a little fragile - a few weeks previously I'd managed to break the power button (makes me sound really careless but my biggest mistake was taking the cover I had on my Linx off and simply wrapping the new keyboard I had around it (not the Linx origami one but a similar one). Made it much more vulnerable to knocks.

My sis broke her Linx 7 (well, Connect 7) power button after a few months' use too.

Probably better just putting it out there as spares or repair.

Edited By: louiselouise on Sep 06, 2016 15:32
#5
I'm in Glasgow, not China :p

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