Used laptop Sale. Special Sale prices on all used IBM and Dell used laptop computers. All used laptop computers are refurbished and sold with 6 months warranty. Please, check the used laptop SaleSpecial Deal!

15 laptops found in this category.
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Dell Latitude D630 Core 2 Duo computer laptops.
Dell Latitude D630
Intel Core 2 Duo T9300 2500 Mhz
4096 MB Memory
120 GB Hard Drive
DVDRW Drive
14.1″ WXGA Display
Windows XP Pro
6 Months Warranty
Factory Refurbished
As Low As: $445 $345

eMachines EME 525-2632 notebook computers.
eMachines EME 443-BZ602
AMD Dual Core C-50 1000 Mhz
2048 MB Memory
250 GB Hard Drive
DVDRW Drive
15.6″ HD High-Brightness Display
1 Year Warranty
Brand New
As Low As: $495 $395

eMachines EMD 728-4838 notebook computers.
eMachines EMD 728-4838
Intel Dual Core T4500 2300 Mhz
3072 MB Memory
320 GB Hard Drive
DVDRW Drive
14.0″ HD LCD Display
Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
1 Year Warranty
Brand New
As Low As: $495 $395

Samsung RV515-A02 notebook computer.
Samsung RV515-A02
AMD Dual Core E-450 1650 Mhz
4096 MB Memory
500 GB Hard Drive
DVDRW Drive
15.6″ LED HD Display
Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
6 Months Warranty
Factory Refurbished
As Low As: $525 $425

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