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Scott Reynolds
Scott Reynolds
Jul 14, 2010

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I, like many people, am one to seek out technology to help with daily life or just make things easier. However, as new devices enter the marketplace I am also quick to replace what I have with something better. The result is a small collection of used and now unused items. One example is I have 2 gps units that I purchased within the past 4 years. I used them very much and they have been a great help, but I now have a new smartphone that has gps built into it that is actually better than the unit that was built for it. I also replaced my old Blackberry with this new smartphone. I decided to sell it on a popular classified website to see what I could get for them. I got $200 for the Blackberry which, after my rebate, was more than double what I paid for the new phone. I haven’t pulled the trigger on selling the old gps units yet, but I will.

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3 Responses to “Cash In On Used Technology”

  1. this is how dell computer started. You could have a million dollar idea here. Good luck.

  2. Too true! With so many new technologies coming out, I am also quick to replace my products all the time.

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