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Make the Most of Your Money with a Refurbished Desktop
Refurbished desktops provide the same performance as new machines due to the extensive testing and repair process. As a result, you can typically buy a more powerful Dell refurbished desktop for the same price as a less powerful new model. Instead of paying for the markup of a new computer, you’ll get everything you need at a much lower price.
Refurbished Desktop Computers vs. Used Computers
A refurbished desktop computer is sold by a refurbishing company while a used computer is sold by anyone. You’ll often see used computers on third-party marketplaces, typically sold by the previous owner.
Fortunately, buying a refurbished computer ensures that the machine has been individually tested and repaired. However, be aware that anyone can start a refurbishing business, however. You’ll need to investigate their reputation, customer reviews, and any certifications they may have.
Take the extra time to make sure you’re buying from a company with the skill and experience to provide you with a top-quality desktop computer. Buying Lenovo refurbished desktops from a reputable refurbisher gives you peace of mind that your desktop will work as expected.
Why You Need a Microsoft Authorized Refurbisher (MAR)
Not every refurbisher is a Microsoft Authorized Refurbisher (MAR). Earning this certification is a complex process involving a thorough evaluation by Microsoft of the company’s refurbishing process, technicians, and quality assurances.
Once complete, a MAR will now have access to a direct line of communication to Microsoft for ongoing training, specialized assistance, and other benefits that improve the quality of the refurbishing process.
A MAR is able to provide you with a genuine Windows installation. Some used computers or other refurbishes will still require you to purchase a copy; your machine will come with a limited version. Fortunately, buying from a MAR eliminates this cost entirely.
How to Find Your Next Refurbished Desktop PC
How do you navigate all the options to find the perfect refurbished desktop? Buying a refurbished desktop involves many of the same considerations as buying a new PC. However, you’ll also need to consider a few extra factors before buying HP refurbished desktops, including:
- Condition: Refurbishers list the condition of every computer they sell. Conditions are generally listed in letter grades, starting with Grade A at the top. Some refurbishers will have a wide range of grades, so ensure you’re always aware of the condition and any additional remarks, so you have the right expectations before checking out.
- Reputation: Anyone can call themselves a refurbisher, so it’s necessary to look into their reputation before making your decision. Look at user reviews that aren’t on their own website and consider how long they’ve been in business. It’s worth the effort to make sure you buy the right computer.
- Certifications: There are several certifications to consider when buying from a refurbisher. Are the technicians A+ certified? Do they have any regional certifications to be aware of? Perhaps most importantly, are they a MAR? Investigating the company’s reputation will go far in ensuring you receive a quality desktop.
You’ll be ready to make an informed decision after you’ve considered all the involved factors. System Liquidation is a reputable Microsoft Authorized Refurbisher with a history of providing our customers with reliable desktops. We’re continually refurbishing desktops, and our selection is always changing. Browse our available refurbished desktops today to find your next PC.