Most laptop parts are broken down to what you may hear as FRUs so the top cover may include the LCD and bezel.
A few years back I fixed up some badly scratched laptops with plastic friendly paint and another with a vinyl cover trimmed to fit.
HOWEVER I'm encountered folk that don't paint or use scissors. Maybe those days are over?
Hello all. I have a quick question for the community. I recently picked up some nasty scratches on the top cover of my ASUS Q502L 2-in-1 laptop. I contacted ASUS to see if they could sell me the plate that goes on the front and I would have planned to then take it to Best Buy to get it repaired, but they said they can not simply sale the plate. So I began looking for some kind of hard case, not a sleeve that it slides into, but a case that attaches to the laptop to cover the scratches and provide further protection, while maintaining the functionality of the 2-in-1. I know this is a difficult as there is no specific case out there for my laptop, but does anyone have any advice at all?