5 Devices that can earn you up to $100 or more in resale value

In this new age of technological craze, with all the new gadgets coming out just shortly after the old one was launched. It can be hard to justify buying a new gadget when you are not sure if it would be worth close to the amount that you bought it the first time. This article was therefore written to help you choose what devices to buy next if you don’t have any of the ones on the list. Also, it can help you see the worth of your current device.

Samsung Galaxy S8:

Samsung Galaxy S8 is one of the modern phones out there that is extremely powerful but might seem out of time with the presence of the Samsung Galaxy S9 and S10. That, however, doesn’t mean, you can’t still make some quick buck from it. For a Samsung Galaxy S8 with specifications like:

Octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 chip

64 GB storage

Adreno 540 GPU

5.8-inch 1440 x 2960-pixel 4K resolution Super AMOLED display


Resale price: $199.90 (depending on the condition of the phone)

iPhone 8:

Being a close competitor with Samsung mobile phones, it is no surprise that the presence of the newer iPhone X and the other variants made this absolute beast feel outdated. However, it is good news for you if you have this phone. The iPhone 8 being an Apple product will fetch even more money than the Samsung Galaxy S8. With a base specification of:

Apple A11 Bionic Chipset

4.7-inch IPS Touch display, 750 x 1334 pixels


64 GB Storage

Resale price: $300 (depending on phone condition)

Apple MacBook Air “Core i5” 1.3 13-inch

It’s a technological craze these days, and I know the apple fans can’t wait to get their hands on the new technology available to them. However, you might want to get rid of your old device, don’t worry, you can still sell your MacBook and get enough value. With a device rocking the following specs:

1.3 GHz Intel Core i5 processor (4250U) dual core

4GB/ 8GB onboard RAM (1600 MHZ) LPDDR3 SDRAM

128/256 GB storage PCle

Integrated Intel HD Graphics 5000 graphics processor

13.3-inches wide LED-backlit display (1440 x 900 resolution)

Resale price: $300 - $600 (depending on the condition of the MacBook)

Toshiba 512GB Enterprise SSD SATA 6Gb/s 2.5” Solid State Drive

Digital storage space is something the world cannot seem to get enough of these days. If you are one of the few lucky ones to own a Solid-state Drive in this generation, then you know they are worth gold to many. However, if the likes of the Toshiba 512GB Enterprise SSD SATA is what you own, you might want to trade up to a 1TB or 2TB. I have good news for you. You can earn up to $100 selling your SSD.

Resale price: $100 (depends on the number of format cycles)

GeForce GTX 1060 6GB GDDR5

I am assuming, the only reason why you would want to sell
this beasty graphics card is that you want to upgrade, or maybe you need money.
However, this bad boy cost up to $100 on the resale market. With awesome specs

6GB GDDR5 Video memory

8 Gb/s memory speed

1,280 CUDA Cores

1,506 MHz base clock speed

Resale value: $138 (depends on demand)

How about broken gadgets?

You can sell various broken gadgets to sell broke. Some will earn you up to few hundred bucks. Even if they don't work at all. Of course the more expensive device when new will yield more money. That will also depend on what's broken and what's still good. Check out SellBroke's purchasing catalog to see what's your gadget worth.

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