can i sell my computer for this much and buy a new one?
i have a imac from 2007 that has a failed power supply and hard drive and i want to sell it for 1200 (the original price) on ebay so i can have the money to get a gaming laptop, no ones bought it yet and it’s been a week, what should i do
i didn’t say the power supply and hard drive were failed on the page, i wrote on ebay that it’s in perfect condition
- PearlLv 71 year agoFavorite Answer
i would just try and sell it and then you'll know if you can or not
- WhoLv 71 year ago
Do you have a mental problem?
you wanna sell a computer 12 years old with 2 major problems for the same price you paid for it, when you can get a working imac model several years younger than yours for 1/2 the price on ebay?
what should you do? - go see a doctor about your mental problem
- Pearl LLv 71 year ago
i would try it and see and then you'll know if you can or not
- Sasha WhitefurLv 71 year ago
A computer, loses 50%, of it's value, as soon as you plug it in.
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- Anonymous1 year ago
Sorry, you're scamming. A broken iMac will devalue.
- audreyLv 71 year ago
A 12 year old broken computer. You should pay someone to haul it away!
- don_sv_azLv 71 year ago
Without the power supply and hard drive you have a box, a motherboard, and maybe a few peripherals like keyboard and mouse, none of which can be tested without a power supply and hard drive, or a motherboard tester.
Not working I say $100-$150. Good luck selling it for more.
- JeffLv 61 year ago
Something old and broken isn’t going to sell for its original price and if it does you’re being unethical at best.
Update: Your update confirms you’re trying to scam people.
- Anonymous1 year ago
Reduce the asking price. Let's face it, the machine doesn't work so as far as a buyer knows it could be a lump of junk. I will be surprised if you can give it away. You could put a new PSU and hard drive into it but that still doesn't guarantee a sale.
- skepticLv 61 year ago
Sorry, won't go near that high. The problem is that computer technology leaps forward at such a fast pace, older computers depreciate faster than cars do. I really doubt you will get more than a few hundred dollars for that iMac....at the best.