Unfortunately, we cannot publish the prices we pay on the website. The prices we offer for obsolete computer hardware change almost daily, and depend on far too many factors to compile a useful table.
Websites such as Ebay and Marktplaats also offer little guidance. The prices asked on these platforms will always be much higher than the prices offered by IT-recycling or another computer buyer.
Quantity plays a role; if you only have a few units, the price we pay will be lower due to logistics costs.
The make and model also play have a significant impact on value.
An Acer is always worth less than an HP, and a consumer laptop brings in less than a professional one.
If you want to know what your batch of obsolete hardware is still worth, it’s best to call or ask online. In most cases, you’ll receive our offer the same day.
A few tips to correctly compare prices different buyers pay for hardware
- The most important tip: Only use a company that meets the WEEELABEX standard. This standard is required by law for companies that buy old computers and destroy data.
A company with WEEELABEX certification meets the highest requirements.
- Look very carefully at the quote. Some of our colleagues send 35-page quotes with apparently attractive purchase prices. However, if you read the small print carefully, amounts are deducted for the strangest things. So take a good look at what they really offer, and what you’ll end up with in your pocket. This can make all the difference.
- Never accept cash and never on a handshake. Hassle is guaranteed doing business this way; choose a good WEEELABEX-certified company instead.
- Do not agree an amount for the whole lot. Only accept deals based on actual costing and price per item, so you know exactly what you’re getting for what.
- If it sounds too good to be true, it usually is.