Entatech UK Ltd has launched its own range of refurbished desktops, laptops and tablets, in conjunction with Microsoft, from its new brand – PC Retour.
The purpose of this new venture from the distributor is to provide its reseller base with premium, refurbished PC hardware and devices, from some of the industry’s big brands including Lenovo, DELL, Apple and Toshiba, with many more models and brands available each week.
All PC Retour units are put through rigorous testing and grading processes, followed by aesthetic enhancements where required. Furthermore, all PC Retour hardware is authorised by Microsoft, boosted with the latest version of Microsoft OS.
The refurbished hardware market is one of the biggest growing areas in IT currently, with users looking for the highest quality hardware, with a reliable OS, without the obligation of a high price tag. For users, it can be a minefield, and the small premium users can be expected to pay to guarantee a premium piece of hardware is negligible in comparison to the risk associated with buying from a non-certified source.
Dave Stevinson, Entatech Managing Director, commented: “Entatech has an exceptionally strong presence in the Microsoft Refurbisher space through our Windows footprint. There exists a sizable and addressable end-user market for high quality refurbished devices.”
He continued, “We are pleased to announce that shortly we will be launching the ‘PC Retour – Certified Refurbished’ brand through our network of partners. Critical to the success of the brand is a clear warranty, like-new appearance, robust quality control, new packing and accessories coupled with genuine copies of Windows.”
Resellers will be equipped to offer their customers a cost effective solution to their own customer base, which will maximise IT budgets for users, whilst providing margin rich opportunities for resellers. For added piece of mind, all refurbished hardware and devices come with a full 12 month end user warranty, directly supported by the refurbisher.
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