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TomWraggy
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well theres your problem

 

Purely by accident, I'd more or less stumbled across the Web site of a company named ScreenTek Limited a few weeks later. Their offerings certainly sounded tempting. For only $100, they would swap my old, damaged display for a gleaming new one. Other options included a new standard display for $362 or a high gloss display for only $50 more. I decided to go for the top of the line, and went for the high glossy display. The old display was not only scratched, but its brightness levels had already faded somewhat. I wasn't ready to give up on my old familiar notebook yet, but improving the screen was an enticing option.

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