NV156FHM-N48 BOE IPS Display FHD matt 60Hz
NV156FHM-N42 BOE IPS Display FHD matt 60Hz
18010-15615500 Asus IPS Display FHD matt 144Hz
N140HCA-EAE C1 Innolux IPS Display FHD matt 60Hz length 315; width 19.7 including board; Thickness 3.05mm
NV173FHM-N49 V8.0 BOE IPS Display FHD matt 60Hz
NV156FHM-N4N V8.1 BOE IPS Display FHD matt 60Hz
5D10X08065 Lenovo original IPS Display FHD matt 60Hz
NV173FHM-N41 BOE IPS Display FHD matt 60Hz (30-Pin eDP)
00HN825 Lenovo IPS Display FHD matt 60Hz
ATNA33XC11-0 Samsung OLED Display FHD glossy 60Hz
NV173FHM-NX4 V8.1 BOE IPS Display FHD matt 144Hz
ATNA56YX03 Samsung OLED Display FHD glossy 60Hz
18010-15608700 Asus original IPS Display FHD matt 60Hz
B173RTN02.1 H/W:0A F/W:1 AU Optronics TN Display HD+ matt 60Hz
NV156FHM-N48 V8.2 BOE IPS Display FHD matt 60Hz
LM156LF3L01 Panda IPS Display FHD glossy 60Hz
5D10W73207 Lenovo original TN Display FHD matt 60Hz
N156BGA-EA3 Innolux TN Display HD matt 60Hz
G140XTN01.0 AU Optronics TN Display HD matt 60Hz
02DA366 Lenovo original IPS Display FHD matt 60Hz
NV156FHM-N43 BOE TN Display FHD matt 60Hz
N140HCG-GQ2 Rev.C1 Innolux IPS Display FHD matt 60Hz length 315mm; width 19.5mm incl. board; Thickness 2.77mm
5D10R41286 Lenovo original TN Display FHD matt 60Hz
N156B6-L0B C1 Innolux TN Display HD matt 60Hz
684631-001 HP TN Display HD+ matt 60Hz
40080055 Medion original IPS Display FHD matt 60Hz
B156ZAN03.R AU Optronics IPS Display UHD matt 60Hz
KL.1730E.012 Acer original IPS Display QHD matt 165Hz
18010-14004600 Asus original IPS Display matt 60Hz
18010-13313200 Asus original IPS Display FHD matt 60Hz
02HL707 Lenovo original touch IPS Display FHD matt 60Hz
5D10W33960 Lenovo original touch IPS Display FHD matt 60Hz
18010-17351500 Asus original IPS Display FHD matt 360Hz
40077721 Medion original IPS Display FHD matt 144Hz (40Pin)
40069107 Medion original IPS Display FHD matt 60Hz (30Pin)
LQ173M1JW08 Sharp IPS Display FHD matt 360Hz
ATNA56YX03 Samsung OLED Display FHD glossy 60Hz
5D10W89583 Lenovo original TN Display FHD matt 60Hz
M51681-001 HP original TN Display HD+ matt 60Hz
|HD (High Definition)||1366 x 768 Pixel|
|HD+ (High Definition Plus)||1600 x 900 Pixel|
|Full HD (Full High Definition)||1920 x 1080 Pixel|
|QHD+ (Quad High Definition Plus)||3200 x 1800 Pixel|
|WQHD (Wide Quad High Definition)||2560 x 1440 Pixel|
|UHD (Ultra High Definition)||3840 x 2160 Pixel|
With a bit of technical knowledge and a manual specific to your notebook this could be possible.
We recommend letting a specialist do it.
Here a video as an example:
You have to measure the diagonal of your display by measuring from one corner to the opposite one.
You might have to convert from cm to inches. 1 inch is 2,54 cm, so a 19" display would also be a 48cm display.
When manufacturing a Display there can be errors in some pixels. This will result in the pixel or sub-pixel not letting any light pass or never blocking light. If a complete pixel is defective it will either be black or white. However, the same error can also occur in a subpixel, which will then result in it always/never displaying its respective color (either red, green or blue). Due to the very high number of pixels such errors are almost impossible to avoid, and that is why displays with a few pixel errors are still shipped.
Vertical or horizontal lines are almost always a sign for a display damage.
A display damage is also indicated by lines that (dis-)appear when the display is pressed on.
In this case the display has to be exchanged.
The digitizer is a part of the display; however, it does not display any images. Its main function is to protect the LCD underneath and it also handles touch input, if touch is present.
The LCD unit underneath the digitizer consists of the backlight and the LCD, which handles the colors of each pixel.
The display unit is all of this together. So, it contains the digitizer, LCD, backlight and usually a frame around all of it.
Only displays that are specifically made for your notebook are compatible.
Both are methods of connecting internal displays in devices like laptops or all-in-one PCs. LVDS stands for Low Volatage Differntail signaling and only specifies, that signals are transmitted using a lower voltage than usual. This allows higher data rates due to lower crosstalk and interference. When talking about the connection of a display via LVDS, the protocol FPD-Link (Flat Panel Display Link) is usually meant, which uses LVDS. This protocol has been introduced in 1996 and has been the main way of connecting internal displays for a long time. However, with the steady increase in the resolution of displays, FPD is reaching its limits.
That is why in 2008 Embedded DisplayPort (EDP) has been introduced. It is based on the external connection DisplayPort and is constantly being refreshed. It has no problem connecting displays with a 4K resolution at over 60Hz refresh rate, whereas LVDS is over at FHD (1080p).
TN, short form of Twisted Newmatic, panels have been the standard for flat-panel displays for a long time. Now they are being replaced by IPS (In-Plane-Switching) panels. The biggest disadvantage of TN panels is, that they only display a relatively small number of colours and that they have bad viewing angles. That means that if you don’t look at the panel in a 90° angel the colours quickly appear dull and distorted.
IPS displays solve these problems, they even show correct colours when looking at them almost at a 180° angle. However they still have some disadvantages compared to TN panels. They generally have a higher response time which means they take longer to display an image on screen. This is why gamers sometimes still prefer TN panels.
The difference is in the surface of the display. A matt display has a slightly ruff surface. This greatly reduces reflections, which is very beneficial for working in rooms with bright lights or outdoors. Additionally, fingerprints and dust are not so visible.
However glossy displays also have their advantages. Due to the extremely smooth surface the picture is a bit sharper and colors and contrast are also better, provided the display beneath the coating is good enough. Professional movie and photo editing monitors often use a glossy display in combination with a large anti-glare shield for the optimal image.
The part number can be found on the back of your Display, however finding it requires disassembly of your notebook.See also:
Nowadays, there are dozens of slightly different display resolutions for laptops and monitors. In order to stay on top of things, we created an overview of the most important ones.
If the Display is black, but the Desktop can still be seen a bit, this means, that the background light has died.
Some of the errors could be:
In most cases it is probably best if you send your device in for repair to a specialist.