Posts Tagged ‘Apple’


Written by James ODonnell. Posted in Apple MacBook Screens, blog, Replacement Digitizer Screens, Replacement Laptop Screens, Tech Musings


Screen Tek has replacement laptop screens and replacement digitizer screens for Apple notebooks and Apple iPads. We offer some of the lowest prices you’ll find for high quality LCD panels. Replacing the screen yourself saves time and money. And you can order a replacement LCD screen from Screen Tek today and have it delivered by tomorrow.

MacBook Air


People don’t associate Apple with laptop computers. The enormous popularity of the iPad and iPhone products tends to overshadow the fact that Apple also produces some great laptops:

 Screen Tek has replacement MacBook Air screens

MacBook Air

Screen Tek has replacement MacBook Pro screens

MacBook Pro

Screen Tek has replacement PowerBook screens


Screen Tek has replacement iBook screens


Screen Tek has replacement MacBook screens


Screen Tek has replacement screens for the MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, Powerbook, iBook and MacBook series of notebook computers as well as replacement digitizer screens for the iPad, iPad 2 and iPad 3.

Those prices listed are for BRAND NEW replacement LCD and digitizer screens. ScreenTek doesn’t sell used or knock off panels. Do we get them from Apple? No – because Apple doesn’t make the screens for their Macs and iPads. ScreenTek gets its screens from the same manufacturers that produce the screens installed in factory new Apple products.  This means there’s absolutely  no difference in quality between the screen you purchase from ScreenTek and the ones Apple installs in their products, except price. We buy in bulk and pass the savings on to our customers.


A lot of people don’t know that they can replace a laptop or tablet digitizer screen themselves. Replacing a screen yourself can save you a lot of time and money on screen repairs.

Take a look at this video, which shows you step by step how to replace a laptop screen:

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Here’s another video that shows you how to replace a digitizer screen:

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NOTE: The process for replacing an iPad screen, while similar to replacing an laptop screen, is a little more tricky. Why? It’s mainly because of the way tablets are put together. Literally. In a laptop computer, the screen and the computer are contained in two separate sections. With the iPad and other tablet computers, everything is sandwiched together between two panels.

The screen assembly of a laptop is held together by screws, while the two panels of the iPad are held together by glue. This is what makes the process of replacing an iPad digitizer screen more difficult that replacing a laptop LCD screen; to separate the two panels to get to the screen you have to first cut through this adhesive layer without damaging any of the iPad’s other components.

ScreenTek is a company specializes in notebook repair, notebook screen repair, laptop repair, or laptop screen repair of laptop LCDs, laptop replacement screens, TFT LCDs, laptop monitors, notebook lcds, notebook monitors, notebook screens, replacement lcd screens, lcd panels, tft lcd panels and lcds.

We offer replacement iPad, iPad 2 and iPad 3 digitizer screens as well.

ScreenTek has been providing replacement laptop screens to customers around the world since 2000. We’ve started offering iPad digitizer screens in 2012. Our success is due to our large inventories, low prices and great customer service. If you need a new screen for your laptop or tablet computer save yourself some time and money and contact ScreenTek.


The iPad Mini is Here!

Written by mcarberry. Posted in Gizmo Glorification

…and yes, that’s really what they’ve decided to call it. Apple held it’s Special Event today in California to unveil not one, but two new additions to the iPad family, but more on that later. Let’s start off with the Macs, which were handsomely upgraded as well. First the MacBook Pro. The 15″ MacBook Pro was upgraded a few months back with a sleek form factor and beautiful Retina Display. The new 13″ model was given the same treatment. The new MBP boasts over 4 million pixels bringing the resolution to 2,560 x 1600. It’s under 3.6 lbs and is about 20% thinner than its predecessor.

Next they upgraded the Mac Mini, which was a tease for the iPad Mini announcement. The Mac Mini is twice as fast, and sports Thunderbolt and USB 3 I/Os.

The biggest upgrade in our opinion was the new iMac. Incredibly thin, the body actually tapers off to 5mm at the edges. Additionally, the display itself has been re-engineered to be crisp, and anti-reflective. There were graphics and processing upgrades as well. Our favorite new upgrade is the Fusion Drive. Apple now offers a hybrid Flash hard drive. up to 768 gb is flash storage where the operating system and apps will be stored, and the rest will be stored on up to 3 TB of hard disk space. The coolest part is that Mountain Lion can actually learn which programs and files you use most often, and put them in the flash sector to load faster.

Now on to the main event. A fourth generation iPad was announced that had 2x better processing power, better graphics, and LTE. It will have the lightning connector as well. The iPad Mini, to no surprise was unveiled sporting these specs:
  • $329-$659, pre-order starts this Friday
  • LTE (4G wireless) and 802.11n Wi-Fi
  • 7.9-inch screen, 7.2mm thick, .68 lbs
  • Dual-core A5 chip
  • FaceTime HD cam
  • .5 megapixel iSight camera on the back
  • 10 hour battery life
The resolution will be 1024 x 768 just like the iPad 2, only on a smaller screen. Apple announced a lot today. Tell us if you’re excited about all the new products in the comments section.
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