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Fun after Selling My Used Laptop

Alex Falcone

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You can earn a lot of money from your used laptops. If you are tech savvy then you are in need of latest technology. So, if you have intention to buy new one then first you need to sell your old or used laptop. Though, this is not an easy task but if you have an access to internet you can open a huge market for your laptop. You can select a reasonable or profitable bid from so many bids and then sell it with profit.

Now I only have 2 laptops left. The experience of letting go of one of my 3 laptops wasn’t as bad as I thought it might be. I know this sounds silly but I get attached to them. You spend so much time and energy with them . there's so much personal things, like pictures and letters, it's very personal, like letting go of a friend. To most people it's just selling a used laptop.

I made a new friend at the shop where I sold my laptop. We had fun after we left the shop. We both needed ink for our printers plus other supplies so we went to the office supply store. I love it there, the smell of ink and paper and the shelves of books and pens and software and just everything. I can spend a whole day in an office supply store. We had so much fun looking at everything. It was hard to leave but we were starving. It was time to feed our self’s

It was dinner time . we couldn’t believe the day was gone already. We decided that we'd treat our self's to a grand fest. So surf and turf here we come, and maybe a glass of wine? My friend and I had so much fun talking . getting to know each other . and listening to music and people watching. The food was great and that glass of wine was a perfect end to a perfect day.

When I got home I went into my study and stood there looking at my laptops. There was my new laptop that I use all of the time . the Lenovo . and my old Acer just sitting there all alone now. It was sad. But that was just for a moment and it past. The day had been a wonderful day. I sold my used laptop and made a new friend, got ink for my printers and other supplies had a great dinner. It did not cost me anything . I paid for everything from the money I received from the sell of my used laptop . and I have money left over.

I'm going to take my Acer to the shop and sell it also. I really don't need it . I have a tablet in case something happens to my Lenovo. The return on my investment was not great but it was okay. So I don't mind selling my other laptop. It's nice to know you can get something for your used laptops instead of throwing them away or storing them in the attic.

Maybe I'll have another fun day when I sell my laptop.


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