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Got an old iPod? Seven ways to offload your used electronics for cash
Written by Danrok   
Monday, 13 August 2012 17:03

From ArsTechnica:

The Internet was supposed to make selling your old gadgets easier, but in some ways, it has only become a bigger pain in the ass over time. Who really wants to put a laptop on eBay these days, or deal with the flakes who make up craigslist? Sometimes, the amount you're looking to recover from your used device might not be enough to justify the headaches involved in selling it—luckily, some devices tend to hold a relatively high resale value compared to some of their more common counterparts, but even Macs and iDevices can be a pain to offload much of the time.

That's undoubtedly a reason why there has been an explosion of services that offer to buy back your old computer or gadget in exchange for cash to spend on new gear. But which ones are legit, and what are the differences between them? Ars readers are always asking us about the most efficient ways to get rid of their old junk, so we thought we'd give a quick rundown as to what's out there when it comes to the gadget buyback market.



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