Sell Notion Ink Tablets Quickly And Easily
When you choose to sell your tablet through a site, such as this comparison website, you can be assured that you will be presented with the very best offers from the top UK tablet recyclers. The process that you will go through to sell your Notion Ink tablet will also be extremely straightforward as well as quick.
So when you have decided “I’m going to sell my Notion Ink tablet to a recycler” you can be certain that not only will you receive a range of different quotes to choose from but that the entire transaction will be safe. You will also be given a range of payment options to choose from, which is an advantage that you won’t often find through other online buyers.
Tablets are still highly in demand, whether brand new or used, so you should find that you’ll be offered decent prices from recyclers for your Notion Ink tablet, although you do need to be aware of what its market value is. Technological items like tablets can decrease in value on a daily basis, so you need to be thinking “I must be realistic in what I expect to sell my Notion Ink tablet for.”
You will be shocked at how simple the process of selling your tablet can be, from the time you choose the best deal from a recycler, to sending your item in, to receiving the payment. It is an extremely convenient way to sell unwanted tablets, as well as better for the environment too and you can even put the money you receive towards a brand new tablet.
Notion Ink is a computing firm, founded in India, focused on designing innovative tablets in addition to other hardware and software. Notion Ink launched its first tablet computer in 2009 and called it the Adam tablet.
The Adam tablet initially ran on the Android 2.2 OS with the aim to upgrade to Android 3.0 further down the line. Users have the choice of two different screens for the tablet; a transflective liquid crystal display or a backlit liquid crystal display, both of which are 10.1 inches. The tablet also features a swivel camera, HDMI and USB ports, stereo loudspeakers and a Wi-Fi only version, as well as a 3G version are available.
Notion Ink has confirmed that they are developing the Adam II tablet, which will come with Android 4.0 and is expected later on in 2012.