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WTD: Computer monitor 15.00" with built in speakers

Stanislavski Avatar
6y, 2m agoPosted 6 years, 2 months agoFeedback:19 Positive/0 Neutral/1 Negative
So basically I have accidentally cracked the screen of my Acer 15"4 screen laptop and I was wondering as to whether I could have some advice, and potential sale of either a faulty laptop that is 15"4 inches so I can manually replace the LCD screen myself or whether it's not worth attempting to do so and just purchase a computer monitor, would like some advice and potential sales, looking for a cheap alternative as the laptop is not that new anyway!

I was also wondering if any brand 15"4 screen is compatible with my ACER? Ie, if I purchase a faulty HP laptop will I be able to remove the screen from that and put it on my acer?

have altered the listing to monitor only as it seems to be a cheaper alternative, looking for one in range of 15-20 delivered.
- Stanislavski
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Stanislavski Avatar
6y, 2m agoPosted 6 years, 2 months agoFeedback:19 Positive/0 Neutral/1 Negative
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#1
An educated guess would tell me a hp monitor would not work in an acer,because of the fitting (screw) locations. either buy the same model laptop again or a specific acer monitor, have u checked eBay?
#2
Seriously I wouldn't bother.
You'd be better off stripping down the other components and selling them.

There are all kinds of issues with replacing laptop screens due to cabling, fitments, power, etc.
It's really not worth the headache in my opinion.
Sorry

Shima
#3
I doubt it would be replacable with a HP screen. Your best having a look on e-bay for a replacement screen There pretty easy to change on you have one that will fit!
#4
I've replaced several screens and have a 100% success rate! you will find guids on the internet on how to do it but if I can, i'll help you out!
#5
what is the model number of the laptop, same other makes of laptop screens will fit

Edited By: tronic on Nov 19, 2010 13:33
#6
if youve got an old monitor just plug it into your laptop, set external monitor as default and off u go
#7
Its acer aspire 5315 and the screen is WXGA acer crystalbrite
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Stanislavski
Its acer aspire 5315 and the screen is WXGA acer crystalbrite

u can also put a matt screen in it (if u can get cheaper ), your one will be 30pin(at back of screen) single back light (only one lead to put in from the screen to the inverter) Lp154w01 screen will fit , if you do a seach on ebay for that (Lp154w01) you will see that that screen will fit other laptops inc yours
#9
Half of that technical jargon made no sense to me personally :( not really that technologically advanced lol, I've read the instructions and it seems like a pretty straight forward job to remove the LCD screen and replace it with a new one, but I just wasn't sure whether it could be any LCD screen that is the right dimensions or had to be brand specific one. I'll check out the matt screen but optimally I'd rather just purchase a monitor, a much easier solution at the present it seems.
#10
Bump, the title has been altered to a monitor, looking for one around 15-17 inches with no dead pixels and preferrably built in speakers so I can use 360 with it as well, just a price range, would like to see some offers :p
#11
Stanislavski
Bump, the title has been altered to a monitor, looking for one around 15-17 inches with no dead pixels and preferrably built in speakers so I can use 360 with it as well, just a price range, would like to see some offers :p

you could always use a tv if it has a vga port on it and plug the laptop into it, you would then only need to get a vga lead
#12
lol thats out of the question, my tv is so old I dont think vga cables were around back then, thanks for advice though
#13
Final bump before going to trawl the bay

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