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Get £150* back when you purchase a fast, stylish HP Pavilion DM4 today, simply by trading in your old laptop. Your laptop must be working, 4 years old and come from a qualifying manufacturer

http://www.tradeuptohp.com/terms-conditions.php
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#1
This isn't as good as some of the other trade in deals that accept any old laptop. Most up to 4-year old working laptops are worth at least £150 anyway.
#2
is there any way i can check the age of my laptop? im not sure if it would qualify for this
#3
joeprosho
is there any way i can check the age of my laptop? im not sure if it would qualify for this


I wouldn't worry too much as they can't really check the age of the PC, just as long as its roughly 4-years old you should be OK. No way to check for sure.
#4
hmm my speakers aand disc drive arent properly connected though they would work so i wouldnt qualify,

i mean my laptops ok and at a guess id say is 3 and a half years old but id be looking to trade in and not spend much if i could so if anyone could suggest anything itd be appreciated

Edited By: joeprosho on Oct 05, 2010 19:31: a
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J400uk - Oct 05, 2010 19:27
joeprosho
is there any way i can check the age of my laptop? im not sure if it would qualify for this


I wouldn't worry too much as they can't really check the age of the PC, just as long as its roughly 4-years old you should be OK. No way to check for sure.


There is a way you can check for sure - just pop serial nos in warranty checker you can work age out
#6
Don't think the latest model I'm interested in is available on this deal dm4-1150ea http://h10010.www1.hp.com/wwpc/uk/en/ho/WF05a/321957-321957-3329744-64354-64354-4247657.html
#7
In fact when you select by range DM4 there are no options available!

Comes up with this............

There are no products to show. Please remove some of the filters.
#8
4th of april 2007.. so about right,
#9
Sorry cold from me, it depends upon them being happy to accept it,

Definition of "Working" - Machine powers up & has working display, keyboard and mouse. The hard drive or solid state memory is functional, has working RAM & CPU, working optical drive (if present), motherboard is fully operational & all ancillary functions (USB ports, VGA out etc) are working if laptop, the main battery holds some charge. The machine to be traded should not be damaged. General wear & tear (scratches, loose hinges, some dead pixels) are accepted.


I cant think of anyone that has a 3 - 4 year old laptop with only the paint looking tatty, my carefully cared for 3 year old asus laptop has the track pad surround coming loose and a small crack in the case due to a design defect in the model line chassis. So automatic disqualification by their terms and I would expect very few people with machines at the threshold for that age would be in good enough condition. I expect HP planned on people not really reading the terms and hope a lot of people with more recent 1-2 year old machines are looking to trade in so they can make a quick buck on the used parts market as that is all that dataserv actually do that are running the backbone of this.

Also you need to send registered delivery

Proof of posting will not be accepted as proof of receipt. Hewlett-Packard cannot accept liability for any applications lost, damaged or destroyed in the post and recommend using an insured postal service.


And from what I can see you need to also do the posting and packing yourself as well as cover the cost of it so easily £10 if not more if you cant get a cheaper courier to collect, then dont forget to add the waiting around for a courier to pick it up which is usually all day no matter what you do. Even dumping on the bay or the local free ads is likely to be less hassle as at the end of the day if you bank on the trade in you could get told no for the most stupid thing that may have been caused by transit.

Too many ifs and buts to be worth risking if you ask me.


Edited By: Astec123 on Oct 05, 2010 21:51: missed a bit
#10
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There is a way you can check for sure - just pop serial nos in warranty checker you can work age out


Only a few manufacturers like Dell, Hp and Apple actually let you do that, the vast majority don't!

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