Fair sale price for Dell XPS 420 and Dell Inspiron 5160?
I have 2 PCs that I would like to sell off. Before putting them up for sale, I'd like your input on what might be a fair price to ask for them today (in USD or Indian Rupees). This is not an advert, nor am I selling them here (so I hope I don't run afoul of Tom's TOS, which I have reviewed).
I'm interested in building a new desktop, but would like these sold to bring in the money to kickstart that build.
First up: Dell XPS 420 desktop, purchased in 2008: * Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600 (2.4 GHz, 4 cores, no HT) * 4 GB DDR2 RAM at 800 MHz * Dell mobo, Intel X38 chipset with ICH9R, PCI Express 2.0 * AMD Radeon HD 6850 1 GB Graphics Card from Asus (upgraded from the original Nvidia GeForce 8800 GT) * 2 x 160 GB WD Raptor, SATA 2 (3 Gbps) * Dell's 425W PSU * Windows Vista Ultimate (with discs, COA sticker) * Creative XtremeMusic PCI sound card * Hauppage TV tuner card (no CableCard) * 1 DVD-R drive and 1 DVD-RW drive * Dell Xcelerator card for acceleration * Linksys PCI Wireless-g Card * Bluetooth module, media card reader This desktop runs perfectly, no failures or issues. It is currently my gaming PC.
Next: Dell Inspiron 5160 laptop, purchased in 2004: * Mobile Intel Pentium 4 model 538 (3.2 GHz, 1 core, with HT) * 1 GB DDR RAM * Discrete Nvidia GeForce FX GO 5200 64 MB (can run Windows Aero) * SXGA 1400x1050 screen, 15", 4:3 aspect ratio, Dell Ultrasharp, no dead pixels. * 160 GB IDE hard disk * Windows XP Professional (with disc, COA sticker) * DVD-RW drive * Battery present, but gives no backup (original battery, never changed) * Power adapter in perfect condition * Linksys Wireless-g USB stick (no built-in Wi-Fi) This laptop runs perfectly (except for the dead battery). I use it in another room, and still love its brilliant screen.
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I don't know what you might get. I'll tell you how I would value them: