The all new Lenovo Ideapad Y700 has landed! Though at first glance it seems all too familiar… Is it worth the upgrade? Let’s find out!
- Specs: (80NV005FUS)
- Intel Core i7-6700HQ 2.60GHz (Skylake)
- Windows 10 (64 bit)
- 16.0GB PC4-17000 DDR4 2133 MHz
- NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960M GDDR5 – 4GB
- 1TB 5400 RPM HDD+128GB SSD
- 1080p FHD LED Display 15.6″
Be on the lookout for the Lenovo IdeaPad Y900 model which comes out very soon. The IdeaPad Y900 will be much more powerful.
Removing the AntiGlare:
You need a way to start the peel, a credit card works or a knife but that could chip the glass if you are not careful. Though even as much as a long finger nail may be best.
Once you get it started you can pull away a bit by simply pulling but I would stop once you pass the corner of the bezel(black darker part). There I would get some kind of heat source. A hair dryer is good on low, nothing too hot just enough to get the adhesive to become a little less resistant.
Then apply your heat method and pull directly in the opposite direction. Like don’t pull away from the screen but try to pull from one corner to the other. This puts less stress on the glass. Be very careful when you reach the middle of the display. That is the weakest point because nothing is supporting it. Once you pass that point just continue the process.
It is not too hard to pull off, it is a bit stronger glass than you may think. It is made to bend and flex a certain bit. But also dont add too much heat because that may loosen the glass strength.
Don’t overthink it, just don’t be stupid with it. Be careful and you will be fine, not rocket science at all, just care and patience.