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Selling laptop


hickson123

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I have a used advent Roma 4001 laptop. It's in a good condition and is working fine.

Specs: intel pentium T4400 2.2GHz 4096MB 500GB DVD +/- RW 15.6" TFT widescreen

I was just wondering if anyone could help me with a valuation for it as I'm looking to sell it, if it's worth it

Thanks

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mole1944

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Unless you need the cash, why not reinsall windows to bring it back to factory spec (saving your data first, then give it away to some deserving person or family.

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sunnystaines

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dispose of my old computers to charity or freecycle

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onthelimit1

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If you're intent on getting rid, I've sold several laptops on ebay - sold for £50 up to £200. It's amazing how far some people will bid when others are after the same item.

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rickf

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Under a £100?

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spuds

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Check out eBay for prices, and see what actually selling in your specification range.

I have just purchased a complete 'reasonable budget range' desktop system with 19 TFT monitor for £49.00 complete and collected local. Three bids, no one else interested in the deal, but it serves its purpose for me?.

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