What to Look for in a Refurbished ComputerPhil Biundo
What to Look for in a Refurbished Computer. The team wanted to sit down and make a quick video on what you should look for when buying refurbished computers. Please enjoy and share!
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Our refurbished computers are all in top cosmetic condition and 100% functional. Our professionals perform one-on-one inspections with each of our computers individually. This meticulous process is handled from inside to outside.
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Here are some great info on Refurbished IT Equipment:
By Patrick Austin Consumer Reports “Pre-owned electronics can be a great deal” http://www.consumerreports.org/cro/laptops/refurbished-electronics-buying-guide
PC Magazine Eric Griffith ” Look around and don’t get locked into “new”, when “like new” can be just as good and save you some cash.” http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2374270,00.asp
Kyle Wiens, CEO of tech repair site iFixit, https://www.ifixit.com/ thinks that buying refurbished can be smart, even if you don’t care about getting a deal. “Every computer I’ve ever bought has been a refurb,” Wiens says. Refurbished electronics get a once-over from a technician, which doesn’t happen with most new products, and they’re also environmentally friendlyâ€”it costs vastly less in terms of energy and raw materials to refurbish a product than to manufacture a new one. “People have this fixation with new, and I don’t understand it,” Wiens says. “You save money; it’s a good buy. It’s better for everybody.”
Ricks Blogs says “If you shop carefully and do your homework, you can save money on your next computer purchase with virtually no risk.” http://www.ricksdailytips.com/buying-a-refurbished-pc/