HP Trading Cash for Old Gadgets


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HP is offering more than just credit or a smile for returning old electronics to them. They're offering cash for tech equipment that still has some life in it. It's their HP Consumer Buyback and Planet Partners Recycling Program, and basically, it's a buyback program like TechForward and others. If you want to get rid of any brand of monitor, computer, printer, digital camera or smart phone that still has some life in it, just hop on the website and input specs to get a quote. You then - at your own cost - mail in the device for a check.

Even if your item isn't worth anything, you can still send it in for recycling.

Looks like it's getting even easier to get a little pocket change from old gear, making it even more difficult for people to justify tossing devices in the trash. But, if you want to make the most money, it's probably best to still sell it yourself on eBay or Craigslist.

Via CNET
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Tags: Electronics | E-Waste | Recycling | Zero Waste