Lenovo has received complaints that some batteries have overheated and damaged surrounding property. The recall is on the lithium-ion batteries which were made and sold worldwide. The affected ThinkPad notebook computers were made and shipped between February 2000 and June 2012. This means you could get a free replacement battery in place of the recalled battery.
Companies and institutions such as banks, hospitals and schools should understand that they have an option to sell IT equipment and not just recycle. With a proper valuation by Filmar Technologies we can provide a detailed analysis for each type of IT equipment. There are buyers out there and we have the sales channels to make it a very smooth process.
A large portion of US businesses are not aware about the potential gold mines in their IT departments. And no, we are not talking about the gold fragments found in circuits and other devices. We are talking about used IT equipment which is regarded as junk, “stored” in some warehouse or basement. US businesses are not aware that the IT equipment regarded as junk is actually worth a lot in developing countries.