January 27, 2021

Custom Computers Can Save You Money

Today, computers can now be found in nearly all homes and businesses. We rely on them and technology to assist in many of out daily activities such as banking, shopping, managing a business, communication, and much more. However, computer technology is constantly changing making it very difficult for consumers and businesses to keep their systems current as it can be very expensive to continually buy new computers. Today, many people are turning to used computers as an affordable alternative to buying brand new computers. Used computers are previous owned computers that have been refurbished for resale. Companies will acquire used computers from owners who trade in their computer for another upgraded one. There are many reasons why buying a used computer is more beneficial than buying a brand new unit.

Excellent price: The price of a used one is far less than a new one, often from #100 to a couple of hundred dollars. Prices will normally depend the age of the computer. Generally, the older the computer is, the cheaper the price.

Quality Tested: When you buy a used unit from a quality used retailer, you are assured that the piece has been tested to make sure it is operating at peak performance. The technicians will test each one, identify any problems, and fix the problems. New units are normally just "spot" tested.

Option of Return: Quality used retailers will offer a set period where purchasers of used computers can return the used computer if they are unhappy with it after they have tried it at home. However, you will not be able to return it if it suffers damage such as spilling liquid on it while in your care.

A Used Computer Warranty: When you purchase a used piece, the retailer will normally provide a quality warranty. As well, in many cases, the manufacturer warranty will still be valid, depending on the age of the unit. You can often purchase an extended warranty at a reasonable price.

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