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Scott Reynolds
Scott Reynolds
Jul 14, 2010


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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