Usually I've been selling my second hands books in tokopedia and it went well. Now I had to sell my daughter laptop and the buyer is from outside the city. I have never sent an electronic item such as laptop to someone. So the first thing I did was, trying to figure out how to package a laptop. All you need is bubblewrap, big plastic bag, I think that's all, I made a mistake on buying bubblewrap and it was a big roll one, I can use that for a lifetime. I even requested to use wood packing but I think they didn't use the wood packing but I think it made it safely.
Laptop asus e402ya-ga301t-amd e2-7015 4gb-256gb ssd-windows 10- white
- Processor AMD E2-7015
- Display 14.0" LED backlit HD (1366x768)
- Memory 4 GB DDR4
- HDD 256GB SSD
- VGA Shared AMD Radeon R2
- NO DVD
- Windows 10 Home 64 Bit
- VGA Web Camera
- Networking :
* Wi-Fi Integrated 802.11b/g/n
* Built-in Bluetooth V4.0
- Interface :
* 1x Microphone-in/Headphone-out jack
* 1x Type A USB3.0 (USB3.1 GEN1)
* 1x Type C USB3.0 (USB3.1 GEN1)
* 1x USB 2.0 port(s)
* 1x RJ45 LAN Jack for LAN insert
* 1x HDMI
I think the spec for me is pretty good for learning and stuff but somehow when use for zoom or microsoft team or google meet there's something slow about it. Maybe it's because of the VGA is shared or the RAM is only 4GB, I think the last time I use 4GB Ram was alright, it's not that slow but this is really slow... and the most shocking about this laptop is you can't upgrade or add another RAM... stuck in 4GB.
Thoughts on selling
jualinlaptop.id this is the first website I went, I bought this laptop last year and bought it around Rp 3.5m, guess how much they bid after I told them this was still in best shape... Rp 1.2m ... I even asked for Rp 2m they don't wan't (luckily they rejected the offer) Instead I sold it for Rp 2.9m... I think the website assume every laptop offered has to be half price of the real price, is that even working for your business? Maybe for stolen goods Rp 1.2m it's better than nothing.