Laptop Screen Replacement & Repair Services

Have you accidentally broken your notebook screen? Don’t fret, because we have a huge assortment of high-quality replacement laptop screens that we source from the best suppliers around the world. We offer screen replacement and repair services for customers throughout the republic of South Africa by using courier services. Additionally, we have a physical store in Rosebank, Johannesburg where customers can walk in for quick fixes as well as provide call out services in Sandton, Melrose, Parkview, Parktown, Killarney, Hyde Park, Craighall, Randburg and surrounding suburbs.

Replacement Laptop Screen for Sale

Asetos Computers supplies a wide range of OLED, LCD & LED laptop screen for our clients at best possible market prices comparatively. e.g. Apple MacBook & iMacs replacement screen, Samsung, Huawei, Acer, Dell, HP-Compaq, Lenovo, Toshiba, Asus, Sony and many more laptop replacement screens. So, if you are wondering where to fix your broken screen, just contact us. Our technicians have extensive knowledge and more than 16-year experience in both repair and installation of notebook screens.

Before you order, just give us a call or email us your laptop model number & screen part number, and we will make sure that you receive the right laptop replacement screen. Below are some common screens that are used in most Laptops.

You Can Fix Your Own Broken Screen!

  • Check out the video on your right and follow the step on how to access the screen display panel. The important thing is the part number at the back of the laptop LCD panel (next to the bar code).

  • Check out the video on your right and follow the step on how to access the screen display panel. The important thing is the part number at the back of the laptop LCD panel (next to the bar code).

  • Check out the video on your right and follow the step on how to access the screen display panel. The important thing is the part number at the back of the laptop LCD panel (next to the bar code).

Vitor Barata
Vitor Barata
21. May, 2024
Good products, staff very helpful and with knowledge.
Lisebo Mautsoe
Lisebo Mautsoe
18. May, 2024
Any time I encounter a laptop issue, I run to Asetos 😂 my laptop this morning had issues with the desktop display. The team there was so helpful, always putting themselves in the customers shoes and within 15 mins the issue was solved. The technician made sure that I understood what the issue was and where my files were located. Always the best 👌🏽👌🏽 highly recommend.
Potsane Leballo
Potsane Leballo
17. May, 2024
My laptop had a broken screen which took less than 12 hours to be replaced.Few days later the battery packed up it was also replaced .I then experienced memory issues .Asetos not only dealt with that but repaired thence rom and updated the ram from 2gb to 8gb at a fee affordable .I cant say more about the staff and technicians who are so helpful u almost feel like u have known them before .Accolades to Inno for her service .
Sean Kay
Sean Kay
15. May, 2024
The service is always excellent, the crew that works there gives every customer a royal treatment like they their only customer. Professionalism everytime I visit their store always smiling at customers and giving them a warm welcome.
Zimbali Mncube
Zimbali Mncube
10. May, 2024
Excellent service and friendly staff. I had an spillage issue with my laptop and it was resolved within an hour. Thanks! If you are looking for a reliable and efficient repair service Asetos is your best bet.
Liyema Ngwentle
Liyema Ngwentle
10. May, 2024
Angela is so sweet and welcoming. She really cares for customers and takes them through the whole entire process. it’s been almost a year ever since I fixed my laptop at this store and it has been working so well till today. I’m so happy with the service.! I’d recommend to anyone who wants to fix their devices.
Malahlane Komane
Malahlane Komane
4. May, 2024
The service was good and quick.

We fix all makes and model

  • Acer Screen Repairs
  • Apple Macbook Screen Repairs
  • ASUS Screen Repairs
  • Compaq Screen Repairs
  • Dell Screen Repairs
  • E Machine Screen Repairs
  • Meccer Screen Repairs
  • HP Screen Repairs
  • IBM Lenovo Screen Repairs
  • LG Screen Repairs
  • MSI Screen Repairs
  • Samsung Screen Repairs
  • Panasonic Screen Repairs
  • Sony Vaio Screen Repairs
  • Toshiba Screen Repairs
  • Fujitsu Screen Repairs
  • Laptop Touch Screen Repairs
  • Laptop Black Screen Repairs
  • Macbook Pro Retina Display Repairs
  • Macbook Air display Repairs
  • Laptop Hinge Repairs
  • Laptop Replacement Covers

Cost of Laptop Screen Repair.

There is a very wide range of laptop screens and varying in prices by very wide margins as well. The only way to give an accurate price is by establishing the exact model of the replacement screen required. over 68% of laptops use 15.6 inch high definition laptop screen panel which averages at R1500 in price.

We charge R230 for replacement labour when done at our premises. We offer call out services at a cost of R460 for certain areas in Johannesburg. R230, being the cost of travel, will be charged whether the replacement is done or not and should be paid upfront).

We can also pick up and deliver once the replacement is complete. Shipping cost will depend on your location/address. We charge R150 both ways for customers based in Johannesburg and Pretoria.


If your screen has a visible crack, a large discolored area, or a black/multicolored spot that doesn’t align with the pixel grid, it’s been subjected to physical trauma and the LCD panel is damaged.  The only solution is to replace the panel. No repairs on laptop screen panel are possible. If your screen is within its warranty period, it almost certainly won’t cover physical damage.

Vertical Lines: it’s probably a physical defect in the screen itself. We can test your led screen panel on another laptop to see if the problem persists; if it does, you’re probably looking at a replacement, since the error is almost certainly in the LCD/LED panel.

It might be something as simple as a loose or faulty video cable. So first, tighten down the cable on both the screen panel and the motherboard end (making sure to completely tighten any retention screws, if your cable has them) or simply replace the cable.

A “dead” pixel is a single dot on your LCD screen that doesn’t illuminate, showing up as one or more black squares. “Stuck” pixels are similar, but instead of showing black they’re stuck on a single color that doesn’t match the computer screen’s image, typically either red, green, or blue.

If your screen is suddenly showing the wrong resolution for your desktop, the most likely culprit is your graphics card. It’s probable that either the software component (the graphics driver) or the graphics card itself is where the problem is located. Updating the driver usually fixes this problem

This can either be the easiest or the most costly fix. If the laptop turns on but no signal is displayed on the screen(not even a flicker), then it means the video/power cable is not transmitting signal to the screen. It can either be a disconnected cable or faulty cable or in most cases, logic board issues.

Common Notebook Screen Sizes

15.6″ is the most common size for laptop screens but the average size is somewhat lower than that. It is also gradually losing its popularity as mobility becomes more and more valued. 13.3″ is a close second to 15.6″ in popularity overall, and is much more popular in the mid to high end price range.

It is cheaper to manufacture a laptop with decent performance & battery life in 15.6″ than at a smaller size, so along with 13.3″ it remains a very popular choice for budget machines meant for general office/home use such as email, web browsing, media consumption, etc. Portable 2-in-1 tablets, ‘ultrabooks’ and business laptops are generally 10.1″ 11.6″, 13.3″, or 14″. Most high-power laptops meant for intensive use, content creation and gaming are 14″, 15.6″, or 17.3″.

Laptop Display Resolution

1366*768 and the non-widescreen equivalent 1024*768 have been the ‘standard’ resolution for laptop screens since laptops were invented. Now that 1920*1080 (1080p or FHD) screens prices are closer to HD screens (1366*768), this dated standard is finally being superseded. I’m not sure which of  these 2 is the most popular today, but Full HD will soon overtake HD if it hasn’t already done so.

High Resolution Screen Are The Future

Low-end 13.3″ and 15.6″ machines will ship with either a FHD / 1080p screen, with the former becoming less and less common rapidly. Ultrabooks and business laptops usually come with a FHD or a 2560*1440 (1440p or QHD) display. High end multimedia, gaming, and content-creation oriented machines will have at least a 1080p display, with 1440p, 2880*1800 (3K or QHD+), 3840*2160 (4K or Ultra HD) & similar resolutions becoming more and more popular as mobile graphics cards become more and more powerful. 4K is likely to overtake 1080p as the most popular resolution for new machines.