Blog Posts in Recycling
Posted on 26th Mar 2021 19:29:32 in General, Recycling, Selling

Mop the floors. Dust the blinds. Wipe the counters- These are all chores people do when Spring Cleaning their home. But what people seem to forget to do is get rid of the pile of unused devices in their junk drawer. With the constant release of new tech throughout the year, it is easy to buy what’s new and neglect what’s old. 


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Posted on 12th Feb 2021 19:26:24 in General, Samsung, Apple, Recycling, Selling

    Tech Reboot is a certified refurbished smart device store that not only buys and recycles end-of-life tech but also sells pre-owned devices for those who are seeking a great deal. 


    But exactly which smart devices are refurbished, and does Tech Reboot buy all tech? 


    To start,

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Posted on 14th Oct 2020 16:55:10 in Recycling, Selling

What are some key steps to take for someone selling a Microsoft Surface?

There are many things to look for when selling a Microsoft Surface. There are several different Microsoft Surface models:

  • Surface RT
  • Surface Pro (Generations 2 - 7)
  • Surface Studio (more of a desktop computer with a touchscreen)

Screens and Housings and Batteries, Oh My!

The overall condition of the Surface can make the buyback

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Posted on 21st Sep 2020 14:30:33 in General, Recycling

Pawnshops typically purchase or pawn just about anything. The problem you will run into is that they may not pay you what your device is worth, being that they don't specialize in mobile devices and smartphones. They will likely pay you pennies on the dollar compared to what a buyback company like

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Posted on 14th Sep 2020 19:51:58 in General, Recycling

E-Waste Fast Facts

  • 3.2 million tons of electronic waste are generated per year
  • Currently, only 11% is recycled
  • 250 million computers become obsolete in the next 5 years
  • 130 million mobile phones are discarded per year
  • About 50% of all recycled metals in the U.S. are derived from consumer electronics recycling
  • 25 consumer electronics per US household on average
Moore’s Law, which states that the primary technologies incorporated in all of these devices doubles in speed every 18 months, drives a tremendous amount of turnover. Everybody wants

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