Date: Tuesday, October 13th, 2009, 04:42
Category: MacBook, News
You either love Apple’s glossy displays or hate them with the fury of a thousand suns.
Until now, shoppers could get either a glossy or matte display with the 15″ MacBook Pro, but not the 13″ model. Per Cult of Mac, TechRestore (disclaimer: a PowerPage sponsor) has stepped in to do the “repair.” For US$200, they’ll remove your 13″ MacBook or MacBook Pro’s glossy display and slap a matte screen in its place. The work comes with a 1-year warranty and TechRestore says they’ll have your notebook back to you within 24 hours of receipt. Note that this requires a trade-in of your existing screen and it’s theirs forever.
If you’ve tried this service before, let us know in the comments.
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