Lenovo Refurbished Laptop Computers
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Lenovo X131e 11" Chromebook - Intel Celeron 1007U 1.5 GHz, 2GB RAM, 16GB Solid State Drive, Chrome OS - RefurbishedLENOVO
Gear up for class or handle your everyday personal computing with the Lenovo X131e 11" Chromebook. Measuring less than 2" thick, this slim laptop c...View full details
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Lenovo S330 14" Chromebook MediaTek MT8173C 2.1 GHz, 4GB RAM, 32GB SSD 14" Chrome OS - Factory RefurbishedLENOVO
Key Features 14" Full HD Screen MediaTek MT8173C 2.1 GHz processor speed 4GB RAM 32GB hard drive Comes pre-installed with Google Chrome OS WiFi co...View full details
Make the Most of Your Money with a Lenovo Refurbished Laptop
Lenovo designs and manufactures various laptops ready to meet various computing needs. Whether you need a lightweight laptop to work while traveling or a heavy-duty machine for more intensive projects, Lenovo has something for everyone.
Buying a brand-new laptop means paying a markup for the same machine. Additionally, factory-fresh laptops are tested in batches, meaning your specific computer likely did not receive any individual testing. On the other hand, your refurbished laptop has been individually tested, inspected, and repaired to operate as expected.
Choose A Microsoft Authorized Refurbisher (MAR)
Choosing a Microsoft Authorized Refurbisher (MAR) is strongly recommended when buying a refurbished computer. MARs are companies that have been certified by Microsoft to refurbish and sell previously owned computers. This certification means they have met Microsoft's strict standards for refurbishing and testing used computers to ensure they are reliable and function properly.
In addition, MARs are required to use only genuine Microsoft software when refurbishing laptops. Buying from a MAR ensures you get a licensed and legal copy of the operating system and other software installed on the computer. Our computers also include a certificate of authenticity physically located on the laptop.
Used Laptops vs. Refurbished Laptops: Know the Difference
Used and refurbished laptops are frequently mistaken for each other, but they have crucial differences to be aware of when deciding the best option for your next laptop.
A refurbished laptop is a previously owned computer that has been restored to its original condition and performance by a professional refurbishing company or a manufacturer. Refurbishing may include replacing faulty components, cleaning and testing the computer, and reinstalling the operating system and other software.
A used desktop, however, is simply a computer that has been previously owned and used by someone else. Used laptops are typically sold directly by the previous owner in as-is condition. Unfortunately, it’s unlikely that a used desktop has been inspected, tested, or restored to its original condition.
If you are looking for a reliable and cost-effective desktop computer, buying a refurbished desktop from a reputable refurbishing company is simply a better choice than a used laptop.
Finding the Perfect Lenovo Refurbished Laptop
Lenovo manufactures a wide range of laptops designed to meet various computing needs. Understanding how to find a suitable laptop model and evaluate specific refurbished computers is essential to finding your next ideal laptop. Here’s how you can hone in on the perfect choice:
- Determine your needs: Think about what you will be using the laptop for, such as web browsing, basic office tasks, or gaming. This will help you narrow down the specifications you need, such as processor speed, RAM, and graphics capabilities. You’ll understand if you need a Lenovo ThinkPad or a more robust model.
- Will you receive a warranty?: Look for refurbished laptops with a warranty, ideally one that lasts at least six months. This will give you peace of mind in case something goes wrong.
- Understand the condition: Make sure to read the description of the laptop carefully and look at the pictures provided. Look for any signs of wear and tear, such as scratches, dents, or scuffs.