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January 3, 2013 11:48:29 PM

***I apologize in advance if the sub-category is inaccurate.

I recently purchased an HP DV7T-7000 series quad edition laptop, and to be quite honest, the stock screen (WXGA - 1600 x 900) is terrible. The resoultion isn't awful, but the colors, viewing angles, and general quality are pretty low.
I was looking to upgrade my screen to the WUXGA 1920 x 1080 version, and I found this

http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c03221579.pdf

It's the Maintenance and Service Guide, and on page 31, 682228-001 appears to be the screen I need, as it is full HD, and intended for models equipped with a graphics subsystem with discrete memory, as my model does have an GT 650M.

I would get it here: http://www.lcds4less.com/HP-laptop [...] -001.shtml

Is this the right screen for me? Can I upgrade from 1600x900 to 1920x1080 that simply? I don't want to just throw away $120.

***Also, I often play games like MW3 and Skyrim, will a higher resolution affect gaming preformance much?
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January 3, 2013 11:53:55 PM

I'm sure you could upgrade it but you would more then likely have to go through them to get this accomplished. I'm not exactly sure if they would do it for you or not but that would be something I would only really trust with them. I'm sure there are places that have screens that would go with your laptop but again its only something I'd trust the manufacture to do.
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January 4, 2013 5:21:15 AM

Hi,
I think th atA Mac monitor may not be directly compatible with a PC computer (and vice versa), the consumer can purchase adapters. For example, an Apple LED monitor that has a Mini Display Port may be used with a PC.you can see more advice www.qbht.com The consumer should be careful to purchase
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