Summary: It has fought a lot. I liked very much, but when I open pictures, it get slow and stop all time. I can't use the bio-metrical also. I have no time for solve this problem. Maybe be a software problem, but I didn't want go to site and download drivers. It is suck.
Inexpensive replacement but not the same quality as an OEM screen.
10 June 2011
Summary: This was pretty easy to replace and it had a few pixels that were out but I was worried on an older laptop. After 5 months of use every so often the backlight does not work and must overheat or something because if I turn it off for a day it usually will come back up.
Summary: Pretty good laptop. Ideal for gaming & watching movies/videos since is 17.3 inch is big enough to enjoy it. A very powerful computer with bluray (sadly not burn, only read). In general pretty good with 1TB, 8GB RAM, i7 3rd gen processor, nvidia 630 card & ofcourse it comes with beats audio..
Summary: I bought this laptop as a replacement for my Dell which as slow and old (celeron processor). I didn't want a windows 8 too complicated and don't have time to learn all the new commands. Most new dependable (name brand) laptops use windows 8 and suggest changing over to windows 7.
Summary: Overall, this is a solid machine, with some very strange quirks. My main gripe with this laptop is the REALLY weird offset touch pad. Instead of being centered on the spacebar, it's moved to the right about an inch, which puts it under the right palm when you're typing using your home keys.
Summary: I first received what I considered a defective screen and had to send it back but then I received a second screen promptly. I had problems getting the second screen to work but the customer service rep helped me troubleshoot.
Product is just ok, but they were quick to fix an issue
3 April 2011
Summary: Go this to replace a dying screen. The one I got was a sort of universal screen that had the cable connector on the opposite side as the original and it had an extension cable to accommodate the different style.