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[Refurbished] Acer Spin 5 $374 Shipped @ Renewd

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ACER SPIN 5 SP513-52N-58E1 13.3" 2-IN-1 LAPTOP
NX.GR7SA.005

Overview

Sleek and versatile, the Acer Spin 5 SP513-52N-58E1 13.3" 2-in-1 Laptop lets you handle productivity tasks or enjoy movies and music with ease, with compact, 2-in-1 letting you choose laptop or tablet mode to suit your needs.

Key Features

CPU: 8th Generation Intel Core i5-8250U 1.60Ghz Quad Core
Operating System: Windows 10 Home 64 Bit
Memory: 8GB DDR3
Storage : 256GB SSD
Display: 13.3 touchscreen Full High Definition ( 1920x 1080)
Graphics: Intel HD Graphics
Optical Drive: No
Wireless: IEEE 802.11ac, Bluetooth
Webcam: Yes
Audio: Dual Speaker
Ports : 1x USB 2.0, 1x USB 3.1, 2x USB 3.0, HDMI


Pretty good deal, in my opinion. Quite a few available.

Please note that it will have a fair bit of wear:
Product is in GOOD CONDITION, this classification is reserved for device that will show evidence of much heavier use that will include scuffing, heavier scratches, dents and chips on external surfaces, wear and tear will be visible on palm rest, keyboard and touchpad, screen may have minor scratches, white blemishes may be evident on the screen, hinges may have small cracks.

I just received mine, please see pictures: https://ibb.co/album/Byk9Pz

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  • Product is in GOOD CONDITION, this classification is reserved for device that will show evidence of much heavier use that will include scuffing, heavier scratches, dents and chips on external surfaces, wear and tear will be visible on palm rest, keyboard and touchpad, screen may have minor scratches, white blemishes may be evident on the screen, hinges may have small cracks.

  • I mean personally i would call it bad condition from what's described… cracks on hinges? screen scratches

  • Good to know refurbished has been redefined to mean scavenged from the trash.

    If this is “good”, I assume poor means you only get a bag of used key caps.

    Doesn’t seem to matter anyway, link still goes nowhere.

    • Note my updated description. It's not THAT bad in my experience. But yes, the description of it being "good" is a little misleading.

      • I’m sorry, but heavy scratches, dents and screen damage is poor condition at best, for-parts-only at worst. There is nothing “refurbished” about that.

        • I am using one as my main laptop.
          Other than medium/heavy scratches on the back of the lid, it was in actual good condition.
          But it's a sample size of one.
          I don't mind you negging the deal, I do that a bit as well, but I disagree with you about the likely actual condition.
          Anyway, I ordered one and will be happy to post pictures once it arrives, if there's interest.

          • @spludgey: i dont doubt they are better than described however you're still gambling on what is a 2nd hand laptop

            these would be ex lease corporate units at best

            i have a local guy i deal with and he lets me choose the one i want in person and i walk if i dont like it which is fair

            • @tonyjzx: Obviously it would be better to see it in person first, I agree. But given that you can get a free return sticker, it's not that much of a risk.

              Where is your local guy for reference and what are his prices like?

        • This is the link to the photos of that show the condition. Other than the wear on the corners, it's pretty good! Note that those are macro shots, so look much worse in the picture than to the naked eye. Sorry for spamming everyone, but since it's a few days old now, I thought this would be the best way.

          https://ibb.co/album/Byk9Pz

    • Note that their scale is deceptive.
      "Good" is the lowest quality.
      Goes Excellent Plus, Excellent, Great and Good

  • Maybe a decent Hackintosh IF condition isn't to bad. tonymacx86.com

  • I would say go for a manufacturer refurbished product than a third party one

    • Back when Dell had well priced refurbished computers (they're way too expensive now), I bought laptops from there.
      I never bought one that didn't look brand new when I received it.
      So I agree, if you could get a manufacturer refurbished computer for the same price as this one, it would likely be better.

      But this is a very attractive price. It's a quarter of what it is new.

      • Apple do exceptional refurbs too. If it wasn’t in a white refurb box you wouldn’t know it from new.

  • For this interested, the next quality up (Great) is $100 more here

    • This is the link to the photos of that show the condition. Other than the wear on the corners, it's pretty good! Note that those are macro shots, so look much worse in the picture than to the naked eye. Sorry for spamming everyone, but since it's a few days old now, I thought this would be the best way.

      https://ibb.co/album/Byk9Pz

  • I’ve never seen a site class used stuff this way.

    “ Product is in GREAT CONDITION, this classification is reserved for device that will show evidence of heavier use that will include scuffing, heavier scratches, dents and chips on external surfaces, wear and tear will be visible on palm rest, keyboard and touchpad.”

    • As I said, I completely agree with your assessment, their classifications are ridiculous.
      But in my experience (again, so far of one). It's better than described (but worse than the label).

  • Do they support like 24 hours no reason return? In case I receive a " good" laptop .

    • This is the link to the photos of that show the condition. Other than the wear on the corners, it's pretty good! Note that those are macro shots, so look much worse in the picture than to the naked eye. Sorry for spamming everyone, but since it's a few days old now, I thought this would be the best way.

      https://ibb.co/album/Byk9Pz