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Used Computer Sale at Mentor Library

Mentor Public Library IT Manager Andy Gunsch shows just some of the computers that will be available for purchase on Oct. 16.
Mentor Public Library IT Manager Andy Gunsch shows just some of the computers that will be available for purchase on Oct. 16.
We are selling some of our old computers to make room for the new.

That means the public can buy a used computers for as little as $50.
We always try to do what's best for our patrons. In this instance, that means selling you discounted computers instead of throwing them out or recycling them.

The Mentor Public Library’s used computer sale will be from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. (or when supplies run out) on Wednesday, Oct. 16, in the James R. Garfield Room of our Main Branch. 

The sale is cash and carry -- no checks, no credit cards. All computers and accessories will be sold on a first-come, first-served basis. 

There will be a strict limit of one computer per buyer, and the computers are sold as is with no expressed or implied warranty. 

The money collected from the sale will be used to buy new computer hardware and equipment for the library. 

The following will be available at the sale:
  • More than a dozen Dell computers—complete with a flatscreen monitor, keyboard, mouse and some with speakers. Each computer has been tested with either Windows XP or 7 Professional. Prices recently installed. The computers will cost from $50 to $150 each. Models include Dell GX520, Dell 745, Dell 755 and Dell 780.
  • Computer accessories, including surge protectors, wireless networking equipment and fax machines.

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