That is interesting to me because one of the SuperSonic brand versions in this multi-listing, to wit:
appears to be absolutely identical to a TV I have that is branded QFX. All the ports, etc are in the same place, the case looks the same, only the printing on the label looks different. I'm sure its the same.
But last week I dropped mine and the screen was damaged by impact with a sharp object. Half the picture is gone now. I opened the case and found that the screen is is labeled as a Boehydis Nt156whm-n12, which is a common laptop screen which is widely available
But will a laptop screen work in the television? My research was inclusive but the 30 pin Embedded DisplayPort (eDP) interface is pretty much a standard, so I rolled the dice and ordered it. I'll know next week if it works. If it does, the TV will be back in service for about $45. If not, a new one will be about $117.
If I do go with a new one I will be looking for a different model. I like some aspects of it including the smaller (16 inch) size which makes it easier to store, and fact it is sold
as RV ready (i.e. tolerant of variation in the 12 VDC power) but the connectors are hard to use and like most small TVs, the sound leaves much to be desired.