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Sell My Microsoft Surface Pro for the best price online
Microsoft are one of the most well-known manufacturers of computer software, consumer electronics and personal computers and services in the world. They were formed in 1975 and their two founding members - Bill Gates and Paul Allen are among the most famous business entrepreneurs in the world. Operating from their headquarters in Redmond, Washington, the business has grown exponentially since the time they were founded, and their most famous types of software (arguably) are in the Microsoft Office package (with Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.) and the web browsers - Internet Explorer and Edge.
Other goods that Microsoft produce include tablet devices, and the 'Surface' range are particularly unique in the way that they combine tablets with laptops to perform different functions. As with any manufacturer competing for the top rank in the tablet marketplace, Microsoft are constantly releasing new products to keep consumers up to date with the latest technology and functions. Due to this, older products - such as the Microsoft Surface Pro - lose their value relatively quickly.
If you have a Microsoft Surface Pro and are looking at ways to fund the purchase of a newer model, it may be more affordable than you realise. OnRecycle can link you with a suitable buyer - one who wants to take your Microsoft Surface Pro from you, and will offer you a top price to do so.
We have spent years forming relationships with some of the biggest online recyclers in the world, to provide you with a platform upon which to sell your Microsoft Surface Pro. We understand what it is like for consumers to have an outdated, unwanted device, and also how frustrating and time-consuming it can be to locate a buyer for the Microsoft Surface Pro. We are happy for you to take advantage of the years of hard work we have put in, and have created a system which gives you access to potential buyers almost instantly.
When you have decided to sell your Microsoft Surface Pro, log on to the OnRecycle website and click on the search bar that appears at the top of the screen. Enter the details of the device you wish to sell (in this case the Microsoft Surface Pro) and a list of related products will appear in a dropdown box. Select the correct device and you will be transferred to a new page, where you'll be asked for a few more details about your specific Microsoft Surface Pro.
We need to know the tablet's condition and the version that you wish to sell. Regarding the condition, you can choose between working, broken or new. Please ensure that you are honest in your response, and rest assured that even broken models can still receive a fantastic sum of cash. We also need to know the tablet version, so choose either the 64 or 128GB versions from the on-screen options.
The page will now update and present you with a new series of data. This gives you information about the recyclers and the prices they are willing to pay. Although it can be overwhelming at first, remember that the data is there to help you make a decision. We suggest that you pay particular attention to the 'price,' 'payment period,' 'payment method' and 'user rating' columns, as these will help you to review the recycler's reputation, as well as the important financial data that you are after.
When you have chosen a recycler, you are ready to continue with the sale of your Microsoft Surface Pro. Click on the 'sell now' button and follow the remaining steps. If you are offered the option to sell through OnRecycle, we recommend that you do, as this will enable you to benefit from our expert guidance, should you need it. Furthermore, you will be able to enter your payment details through our secure system.
Once you have received the payment, you may be thinking about how to spend it (if you haven't already made a decision). When purchasing a new tablet, it can be useful to compare the spec and functionality with the Microsoft Surface Pro that you have just sold. We suggest that you take the time to read our brief review of the device, to help you with your decision.
Microsoft Surface Pro
The Surface Pro was released in 2013, a year which also saw tablets such as the 'Apple iPad Air' and the 'Microsoft Surface 2' appear in the marketplace. As such, the original Surface Pro had to compete with some other popular products, to get a good reputation.
The Surface Pro has dimensions of 10.81 inches x 6.81 inches x 0.53 inches which makes it a useful tablet size, as well as having the ability to transform into a laptop. In order for it to make use of its versatility, the Surface Pro comes with an integrated kickstand which is useful for activities such as watching movies. The Microsoft Surface Pro operates through Windows 8 Pro when purchased, though this can be upgraded to 8.1 Pro.
The Microsoft Surface Pro has a 10.6-inch full HD display, with a pixel rating of 1920 x 1080. It has 2 camera lenses, of 720p HD quality: one at the front and one which is rear-facing. The device operates with a 3rd generation, Intel Core i5 Processor.
The Microsoft Surface Pro can be bought either as a 64 or 128GB model and both come with 4GB of RAM. It does have the opportunity for further storage via the device's microSDXC card slot function.