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HP EliteBook 840 G7 Notebook PC (8PZ98AV)
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

I was suprised to find out that a laptop, of 1000's my company bought--does NOT have accidental damage coverage on the display screen today.  I'm capable of swapping in a replacement--I was just *looking forward* to sending it off to the HP Depot and getting it back in a week.  Seems it's up to me.

 

284 bucks is a fair price, but I have an elephant boneyard full of good-screen (but otherwise defective) G5's and G6's.  How can I tell if either of them can go in to a G7?  I'm not holding my breath but thought I'd inquire HERE before I gripe to my boss that he didn't purchase accidental damage coverage and can I have 300$ for a new LCD screen.

 

TIA

Timmomo

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