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Short Take: Dell helps people donate, sell used PCs

Dell on Thursday launched DellExchange, a Web site that helps U.S. consumers donate, trade in, or sell old PCs and PC-related products. Consumers can donate used PCs to the National Cristina Foundation, a nonprofit that places used PCs and accessories with charities benefiting disabled and poor children and adults nationwide. Consumers can also trade in their PCs through Dell's partnership with TradeUps, or they can auction equipment online through DellAuction. Participation does not require a purchase, and Dell accepts non-Dell machines.

Dell on Thursday launched DellExchange, a Web site that helps U.S. consumers donate, trade in, or sell old PCs and PC-related products. Consumers can donate used PCs to the National Cristina Foundation, a nonprofit that places used PCs and accessories with charities benefiting disabled and poor children and adults nationwide. Consumers can also trade in their PCs through Dell's partnership with TradeUps, or they can auction equipment online through DellAuction. Participation does not require a purchase, and Dell accepts non-Dell machines.