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Buying Inexpensive Computers, Laptops and Servers:

Discussion in 'Computers, Home Theater & Technology' started by timBUCK2, Jul 7, 2006.

  1. timBUCK2

    timBUCK2 Tim the Enchanter... WOLVERINE SLAYER!!

    I thought I'd throw a plug in Redemtech, a Columbus-based company and my current employer.

    Redemtech helps fortune 1000 companies with Technology Change Management, which basically means that they send huge amounts of computer equipment to us for recycling and resale.

    We have an online store that you can hunt through. Some of the equipment is overpriced, some is very competitive and some is almost stealing.

    It's a good place to check out if you're in the market for an inexpensive PC, laptop or server. The shipping is reasonable and computers typically come with a 15 day return policy so it's safer than consumer-to-consumer purchasing.

    Happy hunting!

  2. Muck

    Muck Enjoy Every Sandwich Staff Member

    Ahh the joys of remarketing. :biggrin:
  3. timBUCK2

    timBUCK2 Tim the Enchanter... WOLVERINE SLAYER!!

    Waste not, want not. Right? :)

    It's actually a pretty neet company to work for since it protects the environment and supports the local economy of best City in the best State on Earth!!!
  4. Muck

    Muck Enjoy Every Sandwich Staff Member

    We basically set up a similar program a few years ago.

    At that time all the off-lease machines were just getting sold to wholesalers in gross lots for pennies on the dollar. Someone finally figured out they could greatly increase their revenue stream by actually segregating out the worthwhile equipment & selling it individually.

    Even if the rest of our company goes over those of us in remarketing will be employed for at least the next three years. lol

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