Second Hand Laptops

Nowadays, more and more people want to own a laptop so that they can use their computer wherever they are, whether they are at home, on a train or just in a friend’s house! However, they can be quite expensive compared to normal computers so you might not have enough money to get a brand new laptop that’s good. There is one thing that you can do to save some money though, and that’s to buy a second hand laptop! Since laptops change so much each and every year (better specs, better design etc.) the price of old models drop quite a bit which is great news if you’re willing to buy one that’s a year or two old. The differences between models that are a few years old and the models that are new aren’t too different either, but there’s a huge difference in the price!

The funny thing is, most of the second hand laptops are in just as good condition as brand new ones, so it’s not as there’s something wrong with them. Some people even upgrade things on their laptops such as upgrading the RAM so you could end up with a better laptop by buying it second hand while getting it at a much better price too!

Laptops By Brand

Acer - Advent - Asus - Compaq - Dell - HP - Samsung - Sony - Toshiba

Dell Latitude E7240 Core i7 4600U 210GHz 8GB Ram 256GB SSD Webcam HDMI Laptop

£209.99

Asus X Series 173 Inch HD Intel Celeron 11Ghz 8GB 1TB Laptop Black

£239.99

Lenovo ThinkPad T410 Laptop Core i5 24Ghz 8Gb Ram 1TB HDD One Year Warranty DVD

£224.99

HP EliteBook 8470p Core i5 260GHz 16GB Ram Microsoft Office SSD 3rd Gen Laptop

£179.99

Lenovo IdeaPad 120S 11 Inch Intel 11GHz 4GB 32GB Windows Laptop Grey

£109.99

HP EliteBook 820 G1 Core i5 4300U 16GB Ram 240GB SSD Webcam Windows 10 Laptop

£209.99


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If you know how to repair laptops yourself, then you might want to think about buying a laptop that needs some work done to it to get it going again. The majority of people wouldn’t be bothered trying to repair a broken used laptop, and that’s why they go for such a low price! Why not take advantage of this and grab yourself a bargain so that you can fix it up (or pay someone else to repair it for you) and get the second hand laptop at an even better price?