Which grade is right for you? This is completely dependant on personal preference, but it can come down to a few factors that are worth considering:
– How will you use the device?
– Where will you use the device?
– Is it for yourself, multiple people, or a gift?
If you are buying a computer for work or study and frequently travel, taking it into a range of offices and locations where it’s likely to see the effects of wear and tear quite swiftly, then Grade B would save you some upfront cost.
On the other hand, if you’re purchasing for home use and are unlikely to take it on long trips on a regular basis, you may enjoy the seamless cosmetic quality of Grade A, likewise, if you’re buying it for a gift and want it to look as new as possible.
Along with the idea of the cosmetic condition presented in our grading system, we have our strict Q20 Promise as part of our warranty. The Q20 Promise is our thorough testing process that all of our machines complete before they are released for sale. This includes cosmetic and physical checks, diagnostic software tests and BIOS checks.
Our Q20 Promise is backed up by our 12-month warranty and ensures you’re getting the best quality refurbished IT and can buy in confidence. For more details about our Q20 Promise, read our article.