Is it easier to sell a Used Google Chromebooks for a higher price than a similar speed Windows PC?

Is it easier to sell a Used Google Chromebooks for a higher price than a similar speed Windows PC?

Discussion in 'Gadget & Internet Hub' started by froggyboy604, May 17, 2018.

  1. froggyboy604

    froggyboy604 Moderator Staff Member Moderator

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    I think it can be somewhat easier to see a used Google Chromebook for a higher price compared to a used Windows PC because there are not that many Used Chromebooks for sale compared to Used Windows PC where you can buy a very cheap Window 98 and XP PC for $50 or less at a flea market or thrift store.

    There are already a lot of used $200 Windows PC for sale for low prices at thrift stores, pawn shops, and websites like eBay, so I think some people may not pay $99 money for a used Windows PC when they can buy a used Windows PC for $50 from Craigslist, eBay, and used stores. It is also not hard to find a free or cheap used Windows PC which a friend or relative will give to you for free because they don't need the PC anymore.

    There are also a lot of cheap $60 Windows 10 tablets which can be used as Windows PC after you plug in a keyboard and mouse into the tablet. These cheap Windows tablets may make fewer people want to buy a used Windows PC.

    In some cases, selling a Used $200 Google for a good price like $99 maybe easier than a Windows PC because there are not as many used Chromebooks for sale at local stores, and websites like Craigslist and Amazon Marketplace.

    Students, schools, teachers, workers, and adults who need a Google Chromebook for school and work may pay a higher price for a used Google Chromebook because used Google Chromebooks are harder to find at thrift stores, pawn shops, flea markets, Craigslist, and websites for low prices like $50 because there are not that many Chromebook users who upgrade to a newer Chromebook as often as a $200 Windows PC which becomes outdated in a few years or less.
     
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  2. Demon_Skeith

    Demon_Skeith Administrator Staff Member Administrator

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    If there is a lack of supply, demand does take over and warrant outrageous prices.
     
  3. froggyboy604

    froggyboy604 Moderator Staff Member Moderator

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    This is true. I remember people paying higher prices for Fidget Spinners, and the Nintendo Switch when they were release because of a lack of supply and high demand.

    Students who attend a school which use Chromebooks for schoolwork may buy some of the used Chromebooks which can create a supply shortage from buyers who don't want to pay full price for a new Chromebook which can be somewhat expensive compared to some used and refurbished Windows laptops which can run more software and games.
     

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