15" Intel i3-3217U
A541u 15.6" Intel Core i3-6th gen
A541u 15.6" Intel Core i5-6th gen
Chromebook C101P 11.6"
Chromebook C201, C202 11.6
F540 Intel i3-5th gen
F540 Intel i3-6th gen
F540 Intel i5-7200U
Flip E205SA 11.6"
GL503VD GTX 1050 Intel Core i7-7th Gen
K501U Intel Core i7-6500U
M580VD GTX 1050 Intel i5-7300HQ
M580VD GTX 1050 Intel i7-7700HQ
N46 series Intel Core i7-3rd gen
N46 series Intel Core i7-4th gen
N61, N61JV, N61VF, NV61JQ Intel Core i5
Q302 series 13.3" Touch Intel Core i5-4th gen
ROG G703 17.3 GTX 1080 Intel Core i9-8th Gen
ROG G703 17.3” GTX 1080 Intel i7-8th Gen
ROG G703GS 17.3” GTX 1070 Intel i7-8th Gen
ROG G703VI 17.3" GTX 1080 Intel i7-7th Gen
ROG GL503 GTX 1070 Intel i7-7th Gen
ROG Zephyrus M-GM501 GTX 1070 Intel i7-8750H
Strix II GTX 1070 Intel i7-8750H
UX391UA 13.3" Touch Intel i7-8550U
VivoBook Flip R518U 15.6" Intel i7-7500U
Vivobook Flip TP410UA 14'' Intel i5-7200U
Vivobook Flip TP410UA 14'' Intel i5-8250U
Vivobook Flip TP410UA 14'' Intel i7-7500U
Vivobook Flip TP410UA 14'' Intel i7-8550U
VivoBook K200 11.6" Touch Intel Core i3
VivoBook K200 11.6" Touch Intel Dual Core
VivoBook Pro 17 N705 Intel i7-7500U
VivoBook Pro 17 N705 Intel i7-8550U
VivoBook X202, X202E Intel Pentium
VivoBook X440, X441 Intel Pentium/ Celeron
VivoBook X510 15.6" Intel i5-8250U
VivoBook X510 15.6" Intel i7-7500U
VivoBook X540, X541 Series Intel Core i3
VivoBook X540UA, X541UA Intel i7-7th Gen
X453M 14” Intel Pentium N3540
X751N 17.3" Intel Pentium N3700
X751NA 17.3" Intel Pentium N4200
Zenbook Pro UX580 GTX 1050Ti Intel i9
Zenbook Pro UX580 Intel Core i7-8th Gen
ZenBook UX31A, UX31E Intel Core i5
ZenBook UX31L Touch
ZenBook UX306UA Intel i7-6500U
Zenbook UX331 13.3" Intel i7-8550U
ZenBook UX410U 14" Intel Core i7-8th Gen
The SellBroke guide to sell laptops online:
First we'd like to say that we're not trying to encourage you to sell your laptop right now. In our opinion, you don't need to sell your laptop and get a new one every time the newest model comes out. Actually the opposite; we want you to keep your laptop as long as it serves its purpose for you.
If you use your laptop for work and need a newer, better, faster machine for more demanding software, we understand. Maybe your laptop is old and you really do need a new computer to upgrade? We understand that too. Our job is to offer the most convenient way to sell a laptop online.
A good rule of thumb is if you don't need it, don't do it! If a TV commercial makes you think that it's time to upgrade your computer, don't listen to it! Your existing laptop may still be good enough for your social media needs, entertainment, shopping, studying or simply browsing the web. In many cases, your existing model will do just fine.
Let's get back to the subject of selling your laptop if you really need to.
Taking care of your laptop computer is vital for good resale value. Cosmetic wear and other slight cosmetic issues that may look harmless to you is not how the new user is going to see it.
Having a protective sleeve on a laptop may be a good idea, especially on an expensive MacBook with a body made of aluminum that's easy to scratch and dent.
To judge condition when selling your laptop online, you need to be able to look at your computer from a customer's perspective, regardless of whether you want to sell it locally on Craigslist, list it on eBay, or sell it to an online recycler like us.
Things you need to check and consider before selling your laptop:
Check the display: If it doesn't have dead pixels and discolorations, it could have blemishes from moisture damage if you like to use it in your bathroom or kitchen. It's a good idea to wipe the screen down and check for scratches and even tiny cracks that may have gone unnoticed when covered with a "protective" dirty layer.
Test all the ports and connections: Use an external device to test USB ports and video ports. Also test WiFi and bluetooth connections.
Check for a faulty hard drive: You can test your drive in Windows by using CrystalDiskInfo Portable. With older laptops, when you hear a funny noise from the hard drive bay it's very likely that your hard drive is going bad!
Test the battery life and charger: Make sure the power jack doesn't lose connection when you move the laptop around.
Passwords: Don't forget to erase all passwords (BIOS, Windows, etc). Otherwise your laptop may become useless!
Condition: When selling a laptop online honesty is crucial, saving both time and money. If you don't disclose something bad about your computer's condition and then sell it on eBay, be prepared to receive it back and pay for shipping both ways. This is a situation you want to avoid!
Packing: After a successful online transaction, pack your laptop very well so that the buyer receives it in the same condition you ship it in. Have you seen the crazy YouTube videos about delivery drivers tossing and kicking boxes? We don't want them to handle our packages poorly but you never know...
Include your charger: Remember to include the charger so that the next person can actually use the laptop you sell.
Clear your data: Before you ship it off, wipe the hard drive or do a full system reset so you don't pass your private data to the next buyer.
Why sell your laptop to us?
One advantage of selling your laptop to us is that you don't need to worry about your private data getting into the wrong hands. We clean your data permanently for free as a part of our service.
You will also see how fair we are about your laptop's condition after we receive it. We test the hardware and if it performs as expected and you were truthful about the condition, you will be paid the quoted amount.
You don't need to search for long to determine what your laptop is worth. Our offers are updated as much as needed to reflect the highest actual value of your laptop at the present time.
On a final note, scammers are pretty easy to detect. Offers that seem too good to be true are most certainly not good ones.
Sell your laptop to us today and give us a chance to show just how great our service really is. We make it easy, fast, and profitable to sell laptops online. Like our service? Spread the word!