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One of the most prevalent electronic equipment in today’s households is the laptop computer. Along
with a laptop, people own many other electronic items. Therefore, whenever something new comes
out, you need to get rid of something to make room for that new equipment. The first thing to go is
usually the laptop. As laptops become old fairly quickly since they are used more often. However,
people are at a loss when they need to figure out what to do with these extra electronic items. Many of
you may be saying “how do I sell my laptop.”

Many people like me have no clue how to sell a laptop; however, there are many different options you
can choose from to sell your laptop. To sell my laptop, I did some research to find out just what options I
had. You can stay local, sell on the web, or even go to another town. Many people are looking for used
laptops or used electronics that are cheaper than the newer model. Some companies want to refurbish
your old computer and sell it in stores. Selling your laptop is fairly simple to do if you are given the right
information to do it so here are the top ways to sell your laptop:

Go to a Pawn Shop:

There are many franchises of pawn shops in most any city. A pawn shop is one of the best ways to deal
with a person face to face. You can negotiate your price with an actual person. Though talking with an
actual person is a benefit, there is a disadvantage to dealing with a local pawn shop. Pawn shops only
give you about ten percent of the actual value of your laptop. When I tried to sell my laptop, they
offered a mere twenty bucks which is just not enough for a slightly used item. So, if you want to deal
with a person, this is a great option, but if you want to make more than a few bucks probably not the
best option.

Sell online

There are many websites that allow you to actually put the amount of money you want to get for an
electronic and other people place bids. Sometimes, you can get more for your laptop than you wanted,
but sometime you will get less. You can put a minimum amount. For people who may not like to bid, you
can put a buy now price which is typically higher than the bidding price. This option can give you more
money, but then you are not dealing face to face with the person buying it. When I tried to sell my
laptop on a website like this, I was offered two-hundred bucks.
Sell to an Online Company

Selling to an online company can be rather useful. This allows you to deal with legitimate people that
are running a business. You sell them your product so that they can refurbish it and sell it again. It’s a
type of I’ll scratch your back if you scratch mine. When I tried to sell my laptop this way, I was offered a
lot more money. This is probably the highest paying way to get your laptop sold. Though, you are still
not dealing face to face, it may feel safer as you are dealing with an actual company.

I did not have a hard time when I was trying to sell my laptop. It was actually easy to find ways to sell it.
The best thing about selling a laptop is all the money that you are able to make just sitting at your
computer chair, couch, or living room floor. There is virtually no effort in this process at all. The key to
finding legitimate way to sell it is to research, talk to others, and read the reviews. Once you have
figured out the places you can sell, negotiate figure out which place will give you the most money for
your item. Don’t just take whatever comes along first.

If you need to sell your laptop or any other device to bring in a new one, or to just get rid of some of the
clutter around your house, there are many ways to do it. Some will give your personal interaction while
others will give you more money. The choice is up to you.

Note: This article first appeared in http://howtosellyourlaptop.blogspot.com/2012/04/top-ways-to-sell-
my-laptop.html

				
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