Well over the weekend I was barely awake and I was not paying attention. I reached out my arm to grab my laptop that was laying on the nightstand. It fell with an empty cup. The cup hit the laptop. This laptop is made from metal. It is an ASUS (please don't tell me to use the warranty). I am self conscious about this 1-1.5 inch (width) dent. It is on the back of the screen. It doesn't loo HORRIBLE. But you can SOMEWHAT see it. It is centered, but at the bottom near the hinges of the screen. How do I try to care less about it. Thanks.
Answer by trueb · Jan 17, 2012 at 08:52 PM
o dear... you have a dent in your laptop, I'm sorry but GET OVER IT. Your laptop still works does it not? So it may not look the best... But to ask "How do I try to care less about it." it is not constructive to the internet nor is it to this site or anyone on here.
So either get it fixed or deal with it.
Answer by chadt4 · Jan 17, 2012 at 09:35 PM
As long as it doesn't affect how the laptop works, why care about it? Besides it's on the back of the screen anyway so it's not like you're going to have to stare at it every time you use your laptop. If you really care about how it looks just put a sticker over it or something.
Answer by Wolfhawk · Jan 17, 2012 at 08:25 PM
Well, one benefit is it is personalized. No one else can say that laptop is not yours. You can spot your laptop anywhere and if needed, give a very unique description that perfectly describes your laptop. Unlike stickers that someone could remove to 'steal' your laptop, this laptop has a personal 'touch'.
Answer by geekomatic · Jan 18, 2012 at 12:37 AM
You can get a full- sized & cool decal- assuming it's a heavy weight, matte finish that won't show the dent as much, or
and this is a major "or"- replace the lid yourself? After warranty, naturally...Not the screen- just the lid.
Cheers & sorry about the dent- that sux!
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