7 Refurbished Laptops That Sell Like Hotcakes


Sometimes, going for the latest model of a laptop may not be a suitable choice due to high prices or lack of accessibility. In such a situation, a refurbished or used laptop can work very well and last for a long time. You might find this surprising but there is a booming market for refurbished laptops so you can actually sell or buy one at a good price.

If you want to sell a used gaming laptop online, for instance, it is actually quite easy and can be done in a short span of time. All that you will have to do is assess its condition and fill out the details accordingly so that you get an acceptable quote or estimate. 

Looking for refurbished laptops?

Since there are various specifications and models for refurbished laptops, you might find yourself a bit confused. Here is a list of the top-ranked ones which sell like hotcakes. 

Dell Latitude E5450 

This is one of the best options on the market for such machines and is actually a popular choice for many people. With a core i5 Intel processor, the certified and refurbished laptop has 8 GB RAM and SSD storage of up to 256 GB. If you are thinking about investing in this computer or selling it online, you might find some great deals. 

Video: Dell Latitude 14 E5450 Review by Damir Franc

The Latitude is strong, well-designed, and performs all the essential tasks smoothly. It also has Windows 10 installed and a battery backup that provides support for more than a few hours. 

Lenovo ThinkPad T540P

It is a reliable and tested laptop that certainly holds a high place among the top ones in the refurbished market. The machine can be used for simple day-to-day tasks or specific professional duties without any lags. Since this notebook is useful for multitasking efficiently, it has become a preferred option for many students, teachers, and various institutions as well.

Video: Lenovo ThinkPad T540P Review by My Head in the Cloud

You will find that the refurbished device does sell like hotcakes and has everything that one might need in a basic computer. It comes with an Intel processor as well as an anti-glare feature on the screen that reduces strain on the eyes. 

Apple MacBook Pro 2019 

If you think that the MacBook might not have a market for refurbished machines, well, you may not be entirely correct. The Pro goes for a reasonable price and is a high-speed laptop that can be accommodated within a budget as well.

Video: Apple MacBook Pro 2019 Review by Josh Kannenberg

Its MUHN2LL/A model comes equipped with an Intel i5 processor, high-quality graphics, and lasting battery life. There are a lot of people who want the experience that the MacBook has to offer which is why the refurbished laptop is quite popular and a bestseller too. 

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HP 15-F222

HP laptops are a top choice for people across the world and the refurbished models great for business as well as personal usage. The 15-F222 model has 4 GB RAM and can run for long hours without any problems. One of the reasons why this laptop sells quickly on the refurbished market is that it supports applications such as Skype and features a touchscreen display.

Video: HP 15 Review by Gabe Bickel

With these computers, you can also upgrade the storage space and install an SSD drive so that you increase its speed and efficiency. 

Acer R11 Chromebook

The Chromebook happens to be a machine that sells like hotcakes and for all the right reasons. This refurbished convertible laptop not only looks stylish but is highly advanced as well. It comes with an HD camera, 4 GB RAM, and an SSD drive of up to 32 GB.

Video: Acer Chromebook R11 Review by Ryan Moore

You won’t find a machine with better battery life than the Acer R11 on the refurbished market. It can last for more than ten hours and makes for a good purchase for students and people working from home. 

HP EliteBooks 

When it comes to powerful machines, refurbished EliteBooks ranks highly and can go for a reasonable price. For professionals that are beginners in coding and software, this machine can work wonders as it is certified and has all the features of a new laptop. EliteBooks often come with a 180 GB SSD drive which allows for quick boot time and has an Intel i5 processor.

Video: HP EliteBook 840 G7 Review by Andrew Marc David

If you are looking to buy the machine online or sell it, there is a lot of value that you might be able to get. The computer has everything that people might be looking for to run a heavy program and transfer large files or data quickly. 

Acer Aspire One 

There is a thriving market for this refurbished entry-level laptop that can be used for basic tasks such as creating files on Microsoft Office or video calling. While it has less storage than you would want in your computer, adding an SSD drive is always the option.

Video: Acer Aspire One Netbook Review by Latrell Jennings

The Acer Aspire One has a 14-inch display and a battery life that can support function up to eight hours.

Wrapping up 

These are some of the refurbished laptops that sell like hotcakes on any platform. Some models are available with various chipsets and parts, so make sure that what you’re going to buy has the parts and the specifications that you’re also looking for.

If you have been wondering about buying any such machine, you can consider one of the options on the list here. Other than that, you can also put a refurbished machine on the market and sell it online for cash which could be used to upgrade to a newer model. 

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