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#89897 10-Sep-2011 11:59
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For a HP Pavilion dv6000, but I believe that almost all 15.4" are interchangeable?

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  #519243 10-Sep-2011 12:17
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McNulty: For a HP Pavilion dv6000, but I believe that almost all 15.4" are interchangeable?


You'll need part numberLTN154X3-L01
to fit your model, some of the newer Acer, Samsung and HP models have them

However the Sony and Toshiba 15.4s are different, best to try Ebay I think, or find someone on Trademe breaking one apart  




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  #519249 10-Sep-2011 12:41
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vinnieg: You'll need part numberLTN154X3-L01
to fit your model, some of the newer Acer, Samsung and HP models have them

However the Sony and Toshiba 15.4s are different, best to try Ebay I think, or find someone on Trademe breaking one apart  


Thanks for the advice, but in my searching I now have a new question: Can you tell me the difference between a glossy and matte screen?

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  #519255 10-Sep-2011 13:05
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Sure, glossy means it reflects, matte means it doesn't reflect

some LEDs/Plasma have a refective surface, whereas almost all LCDs have a matte screen

It won't matter if you don't take it outside too much, if you do, the matte screen will be better in sunlight




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  #519275 10-Sep-2011 14:17
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And all are not created equal. The plugs are quite different from different manufacturers (i have 4 useless ones in my ex's garage and still cant find one that fits my compaq)

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