Columbus OH (PRWEB) October 1, 2008
This is a very important question in these tough economic conditions. Millions of Americans tend to sell their used electronics for close to nothing or just throw them away. The reason is that they do not know the worth of their used laptop or the old television in the corner. There aren't just enough resources to find out the value. It is this problem that http://www.GadgetValue.com attempts to fix.
Much like how Kelley Blue Book (http://www.KBB.com) provides users with the approximate market price of used automobiles, GadgetValue.com aims to help the users by telling them the approximate value of their used electronics. Both the buyer and the seller can use this as a benchmark and then negotiate a mutually agreeable price.
This week http://www.GadgetValue.com will be completing 1 year of existence. During this period, this website has offered free online appraisal services to more than 50000 users. The services of this website are currently used by the government, MNCs and the general public. All the services on this website are free. In addition to finding out the value of used electronics, users can post a classified ad or even ask questions in the forum section.
There are other websites in the market that tell you the approximate price of your computer like http://www.usedprice.com or http://www.usedcomputerevaluator.com. However they charge the user an inconvenient fee. Management at http://www.Gadgetvalue.com strongly believes that online appraisal services should be free.
Hence, here is the suggestion - Stretch the dollar, make every penny count and most importantly dont throw away your used TVs and computers. They could be worth a lot, and the money will come in handy.