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Samsung Galaxy Tab A7
from €156.84

What Is a Refurbished Tablet?

Refurbished tablets are pre-owned devices that have been tested, restored, cleaned and passed an intensive quality check. Generally, they are as good as new tablets, and they are sold at great discounts.

Tablets' entrance into the technology market was a revolution. They are the perfect medium for users. Compared with laptops, tablets are more portable and usually more interactive. While still being bigger and often more practical to use than a smartphone. Moreover, the best refurbished tablets are the ideal portable devices for work and leisure. Tablets are small enough for traveling with ease, yet large enough to comfortably web browse or view documents.

Where to Buy a Second-hand Tablet?

Everyone prefers to buy a refurbished tablet from trusted sources. No matter if you purchase from a private seller or online market, when you purchase a refurbished tablet online, it is important to verify that your information is safe and that the seller is reliable. Reading previous customers' feedback in online markets is also suggested.

The best refurbished tablets will come from the manufacturer, which will always ensure that the tablet is up to factory standards. Faircado is a transparent platform; it helps the users to better navigate the often-obscure world of online second-hand shopping. Using it is completely free of charge for all consumers.

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Why Buy a Second-hand Tablet?

Refurbished tablets might be the perfect choice for those who care about the environment. Making new technology needs more chemicals from the urban mines. On the other hand, electronic waste is very varied in nature and is often mixed with other types of wastes. Their composition varies from little part to another and this is very harmful for land and environment. By choosing refurbished products, the need for making new ones reduces, and less amount of e-waste and toxins enters the natural cycle.

Moreover, buying a refurbished tablet is a great way to save money because you're buying something you really want at a lower price. A refurbished tablet costs less than a new one, but you're still getting a quality product in perfect working order.

Remember when you go secondhand shopping, look for products that are “refurbished” or “certified pre-owned.” It means they are like new (inspected and restored to their original condition). In most cases, these are products that are returned exactly after selling. This doesn’t mean the item was damaged; there could have been a minor defect or scar. Sometimes, the device wasn’t even used after the package was opened.

Points you need to consider before buying second-hand or refurbished tablets:

Physical properties: Look at the physical properties of the tablet, what the weight and dimensions are. Are you looking for something that’s ultra-portable, or something that is big and durable?

Technical specifications: Check out the technical specifications; decide what storage is right for you, if having HD graphics are important.

Data options: There are tablets that run on just Wi-Fi, while others that can run both Wi-Fi and cellular data. Remember you have to pay more for the cellular-enabled models, as well as paying monthly for the cellular carrier data charges, but this gives you the freedom to use your device online, wherever you are, without having to find Wi-Fi.

Price: It’s important to compare the price of the refurbished items with their original retail price. Once you’ve done this, you can better determine whether buying a specific tablet refurbished is worth saving the money.

Battery: No Matter What, the battery will eventually die after about 3 to 5 years. Running your new tech is going to be hard without power. That’s why it’s important to verify that the refurbished tablet you’re getting actually comes with a battery. Batteries can be expensive, and so some consumers try to find models that don’t come with batteries.

Warranty: Depending on where you get it from, your refurbished item may or may not have some kind of warranty. Faircado recommends you to buy refurbished tablets that come with a warranty, because if the refurbisher is confident in offering a warranty, then you can be confident that the product is of a good quality.

For further help or information, do not hesitate to be in touch with the Faircado team.

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