If you already have a laptop with a functional screen, keyboard, and battery and are looking to replace just the main body, you may be able to find replacement parts for your specific model online or through the manufacturer. This can be a cost-effective way to repair your laptop, rather than purchasing a completely new one.
A laptop without a screen, keyboard, or battery would essentially just be the main body or “chassis” of the laptop, which houses the central processing unit (CPU), memory, storage, and other components. Without the screen, keyboard, and battery, it would not be a functional laptop as these are the main components that allow you to interact with and use the device.
A laptop without a screen, keyboard, or battery is essentially just a laptop motherboard and other internal components. These components could be useful if you want to build a custom desktop computer or need spare parts to repair a damaged laptop. However, without the essential components such as a screen, keyboard, and battery, the laptop is not functional as a standalone device and would need to be paired with additional hardware to be usable.