Laptop Cracked LCD Screen Repair and Replacement Service
The Computer Repair Connection performs cracked LCD screens repair on a daily basis. We keep in stock many of the most common LCDs as well as full MacBook screen assemblies for quick cracked LCD repairs. Replacement LCDs start at $49 and installations also start at $49. If we have the screen needed for your cracked LCD screen repair in stock, repairs are completed within 1-2 business days after approval. We do offer same day computer repair service if needed. If the LCD screen is to be ordered, orders normally take 2-5 business days to arrive. We do not offer quotes over the phone as actual part numbers are needed from the current LCD screen to determine technology, resolution, and connector type. Unfortunately computer model numbers do not provide the needed information. We're conveniently located in south Austin, Texas, right off the Ben White frontage road. Stop by for a quote on your cracked LCD screen repair. After receiving your quote, declined repairs are subject to $19 diagnostic fee. Diagnostics are always free for approved repairs.
A Little LCD History
The history of LCD screens dates back to the late 1960s when the first practical liquid crystal displays (LCDs) were developed. The initial purpose of LCD technology was to replace bulky cathode-ray tube (CRT) displays. In 1971, the first dynamic scattering LCD was created by James Fergason at Kent State University, which showcased a monochrome display. Throughout the 1970s and 1980s, advancements in LCD technology continued, with breakthroughs such as twisted nematic (TN) displays and supertwisted nematic (STN) displays. These displays offered improved contrast and response times. However, it was not until the 1990s that LCD screens started gaining popularity. The introduction of thin-film transistor (TFT) LCD technology in the 1990s greatly enhanced image quality, color reproduction, and viewing angles. This led to the widespread adoption of LCD screens in various applications, including computer monitors, televisions, and mobile devices. Over the years, LCD technology has continued to evolve, with innovations such as LED backlighting, higher resolutions, and improved energy efficiency, solidifying its position as the dominant display technology in the digital era.