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If the time has come to upgrade your current tablet or you simply want to sell your old Microsoft Surface Pro, you should make sure you get paid the right amount for selling it. Every tablet buyback store will offer different amounts of trade-in cash for your old Surface Pro, shopping around is time consuming. Here at BankMyCell we offer the top trade-in price for your old Surface Pro by comparing the top trusted stores and showing you the best deal online.
There certainly has come a moment when your current Microsoft Surface Pro 3 seems to need a replacement. That doesn't mean that you should throw it away, though. People like you are getting paid for their old electronics as long as they sell their used device to the right business.
Today, the best site to sell your old Microsoft Surface Pro online is here. Indeed, we pay top dollar cash on the online market for your old and used electronics, and we accept it even if the device is broken.
To make sure you’re getting the correct tablet trade in price for your Surface Pro, you’ll need to select the correct conditions. The most common condition people sell their Microsoft Surface Pro’s in is ‘good’, this is when the device powers on fine, has not software or hardware issues and no damage to the tablets screen or casing. A few tiny scratches are fine but no chips, cracks etc. Think to yourself, would you buy this device if you were upgrading.
If your Surface Pro has a broken screen, cosmetic damage, hardware / software / battery issues then it would be classed as ‘broken’ and you’ll get a little less for selling it. ‘Excellent’ condition devices would not even have the tiniest of scratches and barely be used e.g. fresh out the box.
If you’re having a little trouble identifying the model of your tablet, here is some of the basic specifications and visual aspects of the device. To start with, the first Microsoft Surface Pro is running on Windows 8 and will be a fully functioning pen-based Tablet PC with voice recognition and handwriting capabilities.
The Microsoft Surface Pro you’re selling would have come with a 10.6 inch display and 1920x1080 pixel resolution. Under the hood, the first edition of the pro comes with 4GB RAM and is powered by a Intel Dual-Core i5-3317U processor, storage wise it comes with 128GB RAM which is the only storage size. So when you’re selecting the options to get the right trade-in value you don’t have to worry about picking storage sizes.
Camera wise, the original Microsoft Surface Pro came with a dual 720p cameras on the front and rear, so if you’re visually trying to identify it this may help. The tablet’s weight and height are as follows:
27.5 x 1.3 x 17.3 cm / 907 grams
It’s worth mentioning that the Surface Pro you’re selling will have a MicroSD slot so make sure you eject the memory card before sending it off, you’ll not get paid any more trade-in cash for it so you may as well keep it as a spare.