Trade-in and Trade-up Your Gadgets
Let's take a look at two of those sites that do just that.
1) Glyde. Glyde is a service that allows you to buy and sell cool electronic products, like iPads, iPhones, Kindles, DVDs, and games. The site is easy-to-navigate. Reviewers note that the process of listing and selling your electronic gear is much less time consuming and complicated than selling on eBay. This site can be used to sell your older model electronic product to have money to put toward the newer model that is coming out.
2) Gazelle. Gazelle is another option for those wishing to sell their electronic products. Gazelle allows you to sell a wide line of electronic products for cash. They even accept laptops, desktop computers, blu-ray players, tablets, digital cameras, mp3 players, and a host of other media and technology products.
Regardless of which company you use to sell your gently used electronic gadgets, one thing is clear about both of these companies. They both serve an environmentally-conscious purpose because they provide a way for people to receive cash for their no longer wanted electronic products, instead of simply throwing them away to later fill up landfills.