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Any place to buy used pc or cheap one in EU?


I got only 2gb ram and 120 gb hdd its to slow.
Anyone can suggest something used or cheap pcs in EU? Am not confortable with ebay so its not an option for me.

Thank you.


  • I once bought Lenovo Yoga around 6 Months ago at

    But bought x1 Laptop and x1 MacBook via Ebay all went prefect.

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  • in your city. Or there are some EU equivalents.

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  • WebProjectWebProject Host Rep, Veteran

    try ebay outlets

  • WHTWHT Member
    edited March 2017

    Just bought one today with some zotac mainboard without vent for processor and temp. goes up to 80c. :)

  • angstromangstrom Moderator

    Honestly, finding a used PC for sale in the EU is really not so difficult.

  • I'd say Gumtree, but that's significantly more 'risky' than eBay if that's your concern. Have you looked around local FaceBook groups? You can often find people selling used PCs/laptops on there.

    eBay really isn't so bad these days though - Bought a Thinkpad on there for the girlfriend recently, everything went smoothly and it even got delivered to a local Argos to make it even easier.

  • JackHJackH Member - Old server hardware at crazy prices™

  • Craigslist is the best place to buying products cheap. if you are searching for a craigslist poster means just contact classified ad poster.


    Sell/buy used hardware for a decent price.
    I got a GTX 980 for 50$.

  • perryoo11perryoo11 Member
    edited October 2017

    -edited double post-

  • Simple answer eBay. Search filter: Europe.

  • mfsmfs Banned, Member

    willie said: craigslist

    jameswilliam7895 said: Craigslist

    craiglist isn't a thing in Europe. There are no direct equivalents working to the same extent in every country. Knowing where OP is located is required. Otherwise ebay and amazon are the general fall back sites.

  • MaouniqueMaounique Host Rep, Veteran

    for example, in Romania:
    For servers and business grade laptops I use

  • pikepike Veteran
    edited October 2017

    eBay with paypal and use insured shipping method. If you find a shop or professional seller this would be your best bet.

    Some websites of shops that are also active on eBay: (italian shop) (UK shop, donating 100% of their income)

  • lionlion Member
    edited October 2017

    Name us a country...

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  • Dell outlet
    or Lenovo Outlet if the have a UK site or something in the EU

  • Newegg ships to EU and has lots of used/refurb stuff

  • JanevskiJanevski Member
    edited October 2017

    @WHT Have customs in mind...

    For example, you buy a laptop for cheap on the internet, it arrives, customs seizes it and the man taxes you more than the price you paid for the laptop.

  • MaouniqueMaounique Host Rep, Veteran

    Janevski said: customs seizes it and the man taxes you more than the price you paid for the laptop.

    I was thinking of that too, but if you buy within EU, no problem,t hey dont even open it. Also, for external stuff, here at least, if it is used and does not look like sent from a company, they treat is as a gift. Also, you can show proof of purchase and they apply any tax and VAT to that.

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