I have in the past. The notebook was an older Intel Pentium Dual-Core from Toshiba? 15" screen at a fairly reduced price ( around 300.00 USD)
The place I got it from was had a 90-day warranty policy on all their refurbished gear and the warranty was only covered by the "mom and pop" shop, This might scare quite a few people away considering the standard warranty for newly purchased gear is 1 year. I didn't really take it outside the home, careful about having drinks near it ( and other accidental damage) so it lasted for good while.
by thedeals4real6 years ago
Whats the difference between the two New/Refurbished other than price? Would you feel comfortable buying refurbished hardware if it was refurbished by the factory with a warranty?
by Rev. Akins5 years ago
Would you buy a refurbished computer or tablet? Why or why not?They are a lot cheaper, but I have to wonder if buying new is the only thing that makes sense with electronics of that nature. They seem to become obsolete...
by alexandriaruthk5 years ago
Is it worth it if you buy additional warranty for a used or refurbished laptop?I am planning to buy a refurbished laptop and a warranty that goes with it. Do I need to buy one and it is worth it?
by Michael Willis7 years ago
OK, I have written about my computer issue with Dell for the past 2 weeks.New Hard drive, New OP system, New memory upgrade, new Motherboard on Friday......and a few hours ago...A TOTAL CRASH!!! Now they say my NEW hard...
by jpbolan7 years ago
Is there any guarantee on the refurbished or used laptops?
by Tammy Cornett7 years ago
We're just looking for a basic laptop--no gaming, no movie-watching, or anything like that. Just one for researching and writing hubs, that's all, with a bigger size screen. Oh, and fairly reasonable in...
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