Refurbished Laptops and Small Business - A Good Match

 


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You're in a dilema - your workers need to have mobile computing power, but as a small business owner you must watch every penny. The latest business offerings from the brand name manufacturers are good, but you need to purchase 10 laptops and buying all at one time will put you over budget.

Financing is an option, but do you really want to add another line item to the “accounts payable" section of your balance sheet? Refurbished laptops might be the answer.

Technology is changing rapidly but. .

There is always some new technology coming out to make you feel that you're missing out if you don't purchase the latest and greatest thing out there. However, Fortune 500 companies are realizing that they don't need to refresh thier technology as often as they thought, and are sometimes operating on 5 year cycles to upgrade thier equipment.

This “used" equipment is then factory refurbished often by the manufacturer and resold on the market. Small business owners such as yourself can purchase a 2 to 3 year old laptop that once cost $1399 less than $700.00 - as in the case of the Lenovo 3000 N100 online.

Already Battle Tested

The great thing about these notebooks is that they're already battle tested. If they worked in a Fortune 500 corporate environment, you know they'll work well for you. They are designed for the rigors of business, and will work exceptionally well for yours. Save your budget and balance sheet and take a second look at refurbished business notebooks.

Dont Forget the Additional Warranty

As a small business owner you're asking the ultimate question. What if something breaks? They are ultimately “used" machines after all. What if I told you that for as little as $39.00 you can get an extended warranty that will cover all major parts of your laptop. Motherboard, RAM, Hard Drive, etc. . . the price is equally reasonable for 2 and 3 year warranties. So bump the price of your purchase up about $40.00 and you still come out hundreds ahead. In the case of the Lenovo Thinkpad 3000 N100 You still save $661.00 over list price with a ton of features to boot.

Business customers that need to purchase almost monthly due to expanding operations and increased manpower often turn to business class refurbished notebooks. One customer recently stated that the refurbished notebooks hold up longer than thier new purchases and save them valuable capital.

So if you're in the market to save some cash for your small business, don't overlook refurbished notebooks as a smart business decision.

Grant J. Price III sucessfully runs e-commerce website NotebookSpecials. Com which specializes in Refurbished, New and Used Laptops and notebook computers. You may visit online at http://www.notebookspecials.com or call (866)847-0246 for more info.

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