In today’s tech-driven world, nothing sparks a bigger debate than the need for recycling and implementing sustainability. As technology continues to grow, so do the initiatives to restore and remanufacture electronics —a mission already enforced by countless companies worldwide.
While buying new electronics seems to be an ongoing trend, there is something to be said about the importance of using remanufactured devices, too.
Not only do remanufactured electronics aid in protecting the environment, but these also represent a revolutionary and conscious way of redistributing electronics at a fairer price – now known as the circular economy.
From remanufactured iPhones and MacBooks to iPads, electronic accessories and spare parts, the process of reinventing tech products in a safe, optimal and economy-boosting manner counts as a huge plus for your business.
But, what does the process of refurbishing and remanufacturing electronic devices entail?
Glad you asked.
What are Refurbished Electronics?
Refurbished electronics are devices that have been returned to the original manufacturer for re-optimization and reinforcement. Typically, refurbished products undergo a number of tests, including performance and functionality assessments, among others. During the process of refurbishing, all devices are inspected for potential faults and irregularities and are then repaired, retested and, ultimately, resold at a much lower price.
Not be mistaken for ‘used’ electronics, refurbished products are not always used before they are sold. However, refurbished devices could show certain defects and flaws, and upon being returned to the manufacturer, these are repaired, reevaluated and finally, relaunched on the market.
And while refurbished products stand for affordability and a certain level of quality, it is remanufactured products that get the upper hand, with a remanufacturing process done at a higher standard and with greater precision.
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Tech2Com’s refurbished electronics are scaled in accordance with a standard grading system, which includes the following three grades:
As New– remanufactured electronics labeled As New come in an excellent, near mint condition.
Very Good – Very Good refurbished electronics are in a very good condition, showing minor user wear and tear.
Good – good refurbished products come in relatively good condition. These can be either older models resold at a lower price, or devices that show noticeable traces of earlier usage. Nevertheless, good refurbished products are completely functional and perform at a high level.
What are Remanufactured Electronics?
The process of remanufacturing electronics, rather than refurbishing them, is far lengthier and more refined.
Unlike refurbished devices, remanufactured products are actually entirely checked and if needed, rebuilt to match the specifications from the initially manufactured product. In addition, remanufactured electronics undergo a through-and-through performance diagnostic tests , during which the parts in need of repair are fixed, restored, or replaced in accordance with the product’s original specifications. Tech2Com does this using NSYS Tools diagnostic software, with which our products are tested across 93 components and functionalities.
Considered a far more favorable option, remanufactured electronics work just as good as brand new products, and allow you to make the most of your device in terms of sustainability, performance and quality.
Tech2Com: Remanufactured Electronics Built with a Purpose!
By using the As New grading scale, Tech2Com represents a leader in remanufacturing personal-and-business use electronics, including iPhones, iPads, MacBooks, as well as a line of accessories and electronic parts.
With an abundant catalog of available high-performance products, Tech2Com makes it its mission to introduce remanufactured products at affordable prices and in top quality.
If you wish to know more about Tech2Com and our products, please give us a call or send us an email- we will be happy to answer all your questions!