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Questions to Ask Used Computer Dealers

When purchased new, PCs can often be quite costly. Purchasing a computer from a used dealer can provide a cost effective alternative to paying retail prices. Prior to buying a computer from a used dealer, you should ask some key questions to ensure you are buying affordable, high quality hardware.

  • What types of computers do you carry?
    While some dealers carry all types of computers, some specialize in PCs or brand name models only. Before you head into the store, you'll also want to make sure the dealer has the style of computer that you're looking for, such as a desktop, laptop or notebook.

  • Does the computer come with any accessories?
    If you're purchasing a notebook or laptop, make sure the computer comes with its power cord. Desktop computers should include the monitor, tower, keyboard and mouse.

  • Do you have any bundled package discounts?
    Some used computer dealers have special deals that include peripherals, such as a printer or scanner. Others offer pre-installed software packages, giving you a processor and other key programs at a discounted rate.

  • Are these computers refurbished?
    A refurbished computer is one that was used by a customer who had a problem with the hardware and returned it. The computer is then repaired and resold. If the dealer's computers are refurbished, ask if the manufacturer did the maintenance. If not, you'll want to make sure an experienced or certified technician at the dealer completed the work.

  • Is there any type of warranty?
    Depending on the age of the computer, the unit may still be under its original manufacturer's warranty. Some dealers also offer their own warranties, which guarantees your purchase for a set number of months or years.
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    If you love computers, consider becoming a used computer dealer. You could open your own store and offer a wide selection of desktops and laptop PCs that you refurbish.

    Computers are expensive, and many people need new ones, but want to buy one that is cheap. You could provide that service and let them choose the notebook laptop or desktop computer they need. You could buy your parts wholesale and use them to fix the motherboard or hardware of a broken machine. You would then install the proper software and drivers, and sell the computer in your retail shop.

    Not everyone is comfortable buying a used PC, so you might want to offer new ones as well. You can buy the overstock items from other electronics stores, and sell them at closeout prices. For example, you could offer a workstation bundle where the customer gets a tower and monitor together for a discounted price. You could also offer new notebooks and network accessories.

    While there is no degree specifically required to be a computer dealer, you should have a vast knowledge of computers. Certification from a technical school or a degree in computer science would be helpful. You will need to have an intimate understanding of everything from changing the screen resolution to fixing broken servers if you want to be successful.

    Opening your own computer store can be both a profitable and rewarding career. In today’s world computers are practically a necessity to get by, so your services will not only be needed, but appreciated.




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