Frequently Asked Questions About Refurbished Laptops
If you’re wondering whether you should purchase a refurbished laptop, these questions and answers should help you decide if it’s the right choice:
What is a refurbished laptop?
A refurbished laptop is a laptop that was returned to the manufacturer and modified, upgraded, or repaired to look and function like a brand new computer. It might have been sent back because a customer opened and returned it, or there could have been a small defect or cosmetic imperfection that needed to be fixed. Either way, you’re getting a laptop that looks and feels completely new.
Refurbished laptop vs. regular laptop: Which should I buy?
Between the two, a refurbished laptop is an incredible bargain. Compared to purchasing a brand-new laptop, you can get the same or better specs at a much lower price. You’re also giving a laptop a new lease on life, which makes it an eco-friendly option that’s better for the environment.
How does Future Shop ensure the quality of refurbished laptops?
All refurbished devices, including laptops, are carefully inspected and tested for quality by certified technicians before they go on sale. They must pass the same stringent performance standards that brand new laptops go through, so you can feel confident you’re receiving a top-notch machine.
Is a refurbished laptop right for me?
With so many types of refurbished laptops available, there’s sure to be a model that meets your specific needs. Whether you need a laptop for everyday computing, gaming, or work, you can shop Future Shop’s selection of refurbished laptops to find the specs and features you need at a great value.
Do refurbished laptops come with a warranty?
Future Shop provides a minimum 90 day warranty on all refurbished laptops, and all refurbished Lenovo laptops comes with a full one-year warranty. It’s important to purchase refurbished laptops from a reputable, authorized retailer like Future Shop so you can feel secure about the quality and performance of your new computer for years to come.