Recycle Your Old Laptop for up to £250 in Cash at MirrorGoGreeen

Published by Stephen Roper on Tagged MirrorGoGreen

As well as being able to recycle your old mobile phones, popular recycler MirrorGoGreen also offer an electronic gadget recycling service that pays people in cash for their old laptops, MP3 players and SAT NAVs.

The top price you can get for an unwanted laptop is £250 and the price will be higher if you still have the original charger. The price you get will also be based on the specification and internal features such as the amount of RAM and what processor it has.

When selling an old laptop at MirroGoGreen you will also have to decide on what condition it is in as this will also help determine the price you will get. Broken laptops can be sold but this will be at a reduced price.

Other peripherals such as the mouse, external keyboard, webcam or microphone can be sent in for recycling but this will not effect the final price.

Many different makes of laptop are accepted including Acer, Apple, Asus, Benq, Compaq, Dell, Evesham, Fujitsu, Siemans, Gateway, HP, IBM, Novatech, Packard Bell, Philips, Samsung, Sharp, Sony, Time, Tiny, Toshiba and many more.

Recycle your old laptop at MirrorGoGreen here

2 Responses to “Recycle Your Old Laptop for up to £250 in Cash at MirrorGoGreeen”

  1. Christopher Wykes Says:

    Where do the Faulty Mobile Phones, and Laptops go once you receive them?

    Kind Regards

    Christopher Wykes

  2. Admin Says:

    Most of the gadgets that are received by MirrorGoGreen will be refurbished and re-sold in the UK or abroad. Any gadgets that are re-used abroad will be sent to third world countries where mobile phones, MP3 players and laptops are a popular way to communicate for personal and business use as landlines may not be readily available.

    Any gadgets that cannot be re-used will be recycled correctly as specified under the WEEE directive.

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