Tampa, FL: Technology fanatics are generally all aware of one thing, regardless of the lines the preferences fall along: Apple technology is not only often at the forefront of developments, but it comes at the price of a pretty penny. Apple products, from their MacBooks, to iPads, to iPhones and iMacs, are not cheap.
They’re not just expensive when they come from the official dealer itself. Apple products hold their value surprisingly well; the effects of technological advancement aside, obsolescence is not a quantity with which Apple products have reckoned. Even technology dated by several years fetches quite fair prices, in most instances.
But one provider of pre-owned and certified refurbished Apple products is giving new meaning to the phrase “cheap Apple laptops.” Typically, “cheap” is a term applied to products that exhibit some conspicuous lack of quality, and as a result, this is not a term one typically hears associated with products such as the Apple MacBook Air, with its Apple M1 chip, touch bar, and impressive battery life, or even to an Apple MacBook Pro with a brilliant Retina display, an Intel Core i7 processor, and a 1TB SSD. Cheap just isn’t the word.
While some buyers are cautious about investing in used technology because they have fears regarding quality, Mac of All Trades’ model allows for the sale of “cheap Apple laptops” that are cheap in price only.
Mac of All Trades extensively tests and certifies the Apple products that it lists for sale. Each and every piece of Apple technology that comes through their doors are visually inspected for blemishes and marks and its hardware functionality is extensively tested before it is turned around for sale. Mac of All Trades conducts a thorough, two-stage cleaning process and inspects its Apple products’ storage, electrical and mechanical systems, audio systems, network interfaces, and much more.
They also erase any data from the systems of their used Apple products before reinstalling a brand new operating system, making any necessary repairs to hardware, and repackaging their products.
Since 1995, they’ve been providing “cheap” Apple laptops to consumers across the country - that are cheap in name only, but exhibit quality in every other respect. Their products even ship for free and are covered by a generous, free one-year warranty - for more information on their products and processes, customers are encouraged to visit their website, macofalltrades.com, or to contact them directly by phone at 800-581-8987.
Customers interested in buying in bulk are encouraged to contact them as well, as are customers looking for fast, efficient ways to convert their current Apple products back into liquid cash Mac of All Trades sister operation, Mac Me an Offer, at macmeanoffer.com, has developed an effective, efficient process for consumers and business owners looking to sell their Apple devices. For more information, visit the previous link.