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Refurbished computers vs new computers

A huge benefit of choosing refurbished computers over new machines is that you can save anywhere from 20% to 80% of the cost, which is particularly crucial when buying for schools and offices. While it may require a little more research, the return on investment is more than worth checking your options and making the…

The refurbishment business

Device refurbishment entities aren’t just limited to charity organisations, though. Commercial device refurbishment company APR Electronic Services Sdn Bhd has been in the business for 15 years. Its senior manager, Danny Ng, says that about 20% of PC shops sells refurbished PCs – “There’s is a market for refurbished ­product.” The company refurbishes 300 PCs…

10 Best computer repair and maintenance tips

New model computers are introduced to the market daily. You may love a certain brand and purchase it. But if you forget or be careless about repairing and maintaining them then you will face various technical problems. Computers are machines made of electronic parts. It’s a machine which includes both software and hardware. If there…

Why you should buy a refurbished laptop

Pre-owned smartphones, laptops, and tablets can be a great deal—if you know what to look for If you’re looking to save money, buying refurbished electronics can be very tempting. After all, you can get a 256GB iPhone 7 Plus—rated Very Good or better across the board by our testers—for $779. That’s roughly $90 off the…

‘Refurbished phones’: what does it mean?
  • johntan@apr-es.com
  • January 1, 2019
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The term ‘refurbished phone’ generally refers to a pre-owned handset that has been sent back due to a fault and has been repaired for re-sale. Not all phones described as refurbished were at one stage faulty, though. Some networks and retailers classify ‘refurbished phones’ as handsets that were returned by customers who changed their mind…