How To Buy Used Laptop/Computer For Sale In Cameroon(Tips)

 How To Buy Used Laptops (Computers) For Sale In Cameroon

How and Where to buy used laptops or computers (second-hand laptops) on sale in various Cameroon regions is one of the most frequent and daunting questions people residing in Cameroon ask.

More Laptops or Computers are sold online in Cameroon.

The Internet has become more widely available in Cameroon. The Internet has led to the rapid development of laptops' digital market and 'desktop' computers. 

Business and private users can now access the web thanks to a portable computer for blogging, working, watching videos, or playing computer games.  

Even though the internet penetration in Cameroon remains relatively low, at about 6,5%, the sales of computers online and in physical stores have noticed a steady rise in the past years.

The most sold computers are second-hand laptops because of the high price of laptops when bought new.

However, this is a trend that is changing. I say so because the Lenovo Laptop review proved exciting because buyers could afford a brand new laptop for less than 200,000 FRS.

What is the Price of A Fairly Used Laptop in Cameroon?

While a new laptop costs a minimum of 180,000 FCFA online, a used laptop or computer in Cameroon sells for as little as 25,000 FCFA. 

Choosing a Laptop or Computer which Suits Your Needs

Buying a laptop suitable for your needs can seem confusing, so here are a few things to consider before you decide:

  1. If you need to travel a lot, you should consider the size and weight of the device. E.g., the Lenovo X1 Carbon and the Xiaomi NoteBook are choices as they weigh less than 1.5kg.

  2. If you predominantly use the laptop or computer at home, you do not need to worry about the weight too much and choose a larger screen size. 
  3. The price range for notebooks is between  25,000Frs and 700,000 FCFA for a high-quality HP, Dell, Acer, Lenovo, or Xiaomi laptop. Apple's prevalent Macbook Series costs anywhere between 200,000FCFA and 700,000 FCFA. Furthermore, Lenovo and Acer offer cheaper alternatives to their Aspire. 
  4. Notebooks are light and small. Hence, they are perfect for students and can be used for note-taking in class and searching for information on the web. They are also a lot cheaper and one to consider if you are on a tight budget. You can get one for about 100,000Frs.
  5. Lastly, Desktop computers tend to take up more space but can be helpful if you need a lot of computing power (e.g., gaming). However, they are not portable; hence their usability is somewhat limited. You will also need to buy a tower and a monitor: they can be cheaper if sold together.

 Check Out: Laptop Prices in Cameroon.

Essential Tips To Consider When Buying A Laptop in Cameroon 

If you are a computer buyer, make sure you pay attention to the following points:

  • Make sure the battery life of the laptop is excellent.: Buying a new battery for your computer can be expensive.
  • Check for any missing pixels on the screen, visible damage, missing keys, dents on the body, etc.
  • Make sure the laptop charger is part of the package you are buying. 

See Also: Where to buy aLap.
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