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Price check old ASUS laptop

by Cnetcheck9 / October 26, 2017 2:06 PM PDT

ASUS K95VJ-YZ010H-BE
02.01.13 purchase date

Processor type Intel Core i7 3630QM
Processor freq. 2,4 GHz

Memory capacity 8 GB DDr 1600 MHz
SODIMM slots 4
Expandable to 16 GB RAM
Total capacity 1.000 GB

Screen 18,4 inch
Resolution 1920x1080
Touchscreen No

GPU type Nvidia GeForce GT 635M

USB 2x2.0 2x3.0
Total weight 4.100 gram
Width 44 cm
Depth 29,5 cm
Height 4,82 cm

OS Windows

So my laptop is 4 years old but i don't use it anymore.
what would you guys still pay for these specs and age of the laptop?

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Age pegs it for me.
by Dafydd Forum moderator / October 26, 2017 2:15 PM PDT

I'd give £60 for this.
Dafydd.

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Is this that rare 18 inch model?
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / October 26, 2017 2:40 PM PDT

I can't find a comparable unit on the usual sites.

It looks like a gamer machine so tests to see if it's in good shape would dictate the price. Remember a new gamer laptop here is 1K buck so it does not matter yours has a big LCD or much else. Yours is going to be hard pressed to hit that 1K since the battery is old, and who knows about it's remaining life span.

Take your purchase price and halve it for each year old. Ask that much.

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Yes this is the very rare model
by Cnetcheck9 / October 26, 2017 2:46 PM PDT

I bought this for 1K, with in mind to use this for gaming.
I know the lifespan sucks, i just wanted some opinions from others Wink

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Most Gamers
by James Denison / October 26, 2017 3:11 PM PDT

Want to do it on a desktop and then use a light laptop or chrome book for anything away from the gaming computer.

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Only you know the condition.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / October 26, 2017 4:18 PM PDT

One of the areas I check is the keyboard and pad for signs of wear. I'll also get the Web Speccy report to see if the machine has glaring issues such as a HDD with any reallocated sectors. The Web Speccy tells me a lot about the machine's health along with the visible wear indications.

Web Speccy is at https://www.piriform.com/docs/speccy/using-speccy/publishing-a-speccy-profile-to-the-web

If it's spotless and you have the original packing, docs, restore media and more, then your price moves up. Ebay it for what you want and see if the bidding goes up.

For me, no sale since I'm more into the current i7 gen Nvidia 1050 16GB RAM models you see at near the 1K USD mark today.

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by Bob__B / October 26, 2017 5:39 PM PDT

Why would you post a laptop question in the desktop forum?

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