The MacBook Air has really unique display


TechRestore tore down the Apple’s MacBook Air. While removing the gloss from the laptop, the TechRestore crew discovered that the MacBook Airs’ multi-layered displays are truly a thing to behold.

The displays are really unique: they are “paper thin”, and such screens have never before been used in laptops. The LCD panel and backlight are separate pieces, and there are the three layers (white layer, opaque layer and silver reflective layer)  that sit in between them. Finally, TechRestore CEO Shannon Jean added that replacing the screen required a dust-free environment and took lots of time.



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Written by Svetlana Osipova

Thursday, October 28, 2010. 12:32

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  1. Пипец, и что там уникального, с 2000 года такие дисплеи разбирал, а вы что думали там кинескоп прессованый?



    29 Oct 10 at 9:53 am

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