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Why Buy Refurbished Than Brand New – Computers

Author : Marcus Wellington

Would you rather go for a brand new computer than a refurbished one with the same quality but can save you 80% of the other’s cost? It has been reported that those who have tried buying refurbished computers would never buy a new one ever.
In fact, manufacturers offer the same warranty as those brand new ones because they are confident with their refurbished computers.
But what is a factory refurbished computer anyway? Those labeled as factory refurbished gadgets these days that are sold in the market are not actually refurbished. Refurbished computers are those that are off-leased.
These computers didn’t pass the quality control because of some minor fault found in the internal or external components. These computers are sent back directly to the manufacturing company where the problem can be corrected. After removing the errors, these units pass through a technical test which ensures that the system is working perfectly and up to the mark to meet the company’s standard.
Consumer laws prevent manufacturers from selling anything considered factory refurbished as new, so they have to sell them with as 80% shaved off the original p rice. Sometimes the computers don’t have any fault at all. Most major retail stores offer a thirty-day money back guarantee on their products.
There are even consumers that would take advantage of these kinds of offers and return their purchased computers. When this happens, the retailers return it to the manufacturers and the manufacturers then check the products and look for faults, fix them and repack those computers like new.
Demonstration units are also considered factory refurbished computers and go through the same process: sent back, inspected, tested, and repackaged. So are some products wherein the box was opened by some curious customer and even those units that have been overstocked.
Though we don’t have any way of tracing the history of refurbished items and no way of knowing why it was repackged, there is one thing that is sure, these units were properly inspected and serviced by manufacturers. Before these are repackaged, the manufacturers make sure that these products are tested and that these have passed their standards.
Now, who usually buy refurbished computers? There are many – students who have a limited budget, businessmen who are starting low, a cheapskate boss and many more. The bottom line is, when you want to buy a computer that works like new but costs low, buy something refurbished.”
The bottom line is, when you want to buy a computer that works like new but costs low, buy something refurbished. You’ll find many off lease computers being sold online. A refurbished desktop computer can give you high performance for so much less.

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