12 January
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Sell My Laptop for a New Year Upgrade

Christmas has been and gone and laptop owners may have new models that they found in their Christmas stocking. So whether you have your own old laptop that you no longer need or you know someone in your family who is due for an upgrade, you can sell your portable PC and get cash in return, which you can invest in the latest computing hardware to reduce the cost of upgrading.

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Is Now the Right Time to Sell My Laptop?
There is never a bad time to sell your laptop if you no longer have any need for it or it has become vastly outdated over time. And most second-hand models still have a decent amount of value which you can extract by selling them.

Selling your laptop in the New Year is a good idea if you know you have an upgrade on the horizon, or if you need a bit of extra cash to help pay for the long month of January.

Which Laptops Are Worth Buying?
There is no shortage of appealing new laptops on the market at the moment, especially if you are interested in investing in a multi-functional model that can perform more than one role in your digital life.

The HP Spectre X2 is an intriguing new 12-inch hybrid which has a keyboard dock and a detachable tablet-style body, competing with rivals such as the Surface Pro 4 and iPad Pro. Powered by Windows and featuring an efficient Intel Core M processor, it is good for work and play alike.

At the more affordable end of the scale is the Asus E420MA, which is a fully fledged 14.6-inch laptop which sells for netbook-style prices. A quad-core CPU, 2GB of RAM and a compact design help to make this model a bargain, since it is cheaper than many tablets.

Looking for somewhere to sell my laptop? You can get a quick quote on the site and send us your unwanted portable PC in return for cash, confident in the knowledge that we will recycle it responsibly and also delete your private data entirely.

 
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