What is my PC worth?

I have a HP Pavilion dv6 laptop, recently, there was an accident that ended up with the screen cracking. So, I have the dv6 with a broken screen and a few noticeable scratches on the exterior, but other than that, it is perfect working condition. I was just wondering where I should try to sell it, and for what price. Here is a list of the specs.


Processor: 2.6GHz Core i7 3720QM (quad-core) processor
Memory: 8GB, 1,333MHz DDR3
Hard drive: 750GB
Chipset: Intel HM77
Graphics: Nvidia GeForce GT 650M
OS: Windows 7 Home Premium
Dimensions: (W x D) 378 x 247mm
Screen size: 15.6 inches (1,920 x 1,080)

Thanks in advanced
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  1. The primary market for damaged laptops are people who salvage them for parts, or would rather save money by repairing a damaged one. You will probably have a hard time selling it for even $100. I would recommend just getting the screen replaced and then selling it.
  2. lol, it's not worth much. It would have to be cheaper than dirt before I would buy something that needs repairing on purchase. You would get more interest and more $ if you repair the screen first.
  3. hotelmariofan said:
    I have a HP Pavilion dv6 laptop, recently, there was an accident that ended up with the screen cracking. So, I have the dv6 with a broken screen and a few noticeable scratches on the exterior, but other than that, it is perfect working condition. I was just wondering where I should try to sell it, and for what price. Here is a list of the specs.


    Processor: 2.6GHz Core i7 3720QM (quad-core) processor
    Memory: 8GB, 1,333MHz DDR3
    Hard drive: 750GB
    Chipset: Intel HM77
    Graphics: Nvidia GeForce GT 650M
    OS: Windows 7 Home Premium
    Dimensions: (W x D) 378 x 247mm
    Screen size: 15.6 inches (1,920 x 1,080)

    Thanks in advanced


    When my acer laptop fell off the table and broken the monitor I've learned the hard way that laptop monitor sell for about the same price as a brand new laptop.

    Your best bet is probably to buy a cheap "desk" monitor and to use it as a desk PC sadly.
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