Selling advice required

  Barnstaple boy 15:44 21 Jul 2006

Wasn't sure which forum to put this on.
Dell Dimension XPS T600 600 Mhz PIII, 128 MB SDRAM, 20.4 GB HD, Windows 98, Floppy Drive, CD-RW/DVD drive, Ms Office 2000, 19" Trinitron CRT Monitor.
All in good order, haven't got a clue what it's worth, what would be a reasonable price to ask for this outfit?

  Jackcoms 16:23 21 Jul 2006

£50 tops

  SG Atlantis® 16:24 21 Jul 2006


You'll be lucky to get anything.

  Jackcoms 16:31 21 Jul 2006

For some reason there's been a sudden spate of "how much is my xxxx worth?" Yawn. click here click here

  SG Atlantis® 16:32 21 Jul 2006

click here

There's a machine that was valued between £50 and £100.... yours is no where near as good, not even close.

Interestingly Jackcom's guess is £50 each for them both...

  Jackcoms 16:35 21 Jul 2006

"Guess" being the operative word!! ;-))

  SG Atlantis® 16:45 21 Jul 2006


  Jimmy14 16:57 21 Jul 2006

but when I'm browsing Ebay, it is astonishing how much old laptops and pc's go for. Try and sell it on there to get the maximum for it.

  Batch 17:07 21 Jul 2006

I agree with selling on ebay, although easier for laptops due to shipping issues with desktops.

Earlier this year, on ebay, I sold a Dell Inspiron 7000 laptop (15", 6Gb, 256Mb, WinME, with Lan and Modem PCMCIA cards) for £60.

Apart from the problem of shipping (esp. the enormous CRT), key things that let your PC down (nothing personal) are the 128Mb and Win98. A purchaser would need to spend around £80 to £90 to upgrade the memory and install XP2 OEM. By the time they've done that and paid for your PC, they could have bought a better far spec'd machine in the first place - complete new PC's are available for £299 (0r less).

  Batch 17:11 21 Jul 2006

BTW, forgot to say that the Dell laptop was a PII-300

  spuds 17:39 21 Jul 2006

If you have a recycling company in your area that sells computer or a regular computer fair, then check their prices.

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