Agreed, and that is probably the highest percentage and would be the ideal situation to hope for.Not to mention there's also alot of people that buy thing's and return rhem, when there's nothing wrong with the merchandise.
...so I'm still wary personally but it sounds like it might be worth a shot if it sounds like a good deal for your budget.Exception: You're buying a refurbished unit that comes with a warranty. Mobile technology consultant Catherine Roseberry, who writes a column for About.com, said she's purchased two laptops from companies that refurbished leased corporate computers, and had no problems with either. Both came with 90-day warranties. If you want even more security, buy a laptop that's been refurbished and certified by the manufacturer.
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