Chicago Startup Second Life Mac Gives New Life To Your Used Macs
Upgrading technology can be a pain in the butt, especially when you’re doing it at a school or district level. Of course everyone wants their students to have the latest and greatest, but you also want to minimize the financial expenditure. Scott Pauga, and his company, Second Life Mac can help with that, and a slew of other things associated with a big upgrade.
Second Life Mac buys and sells used Apple equipment. You can sell your used Apple products to them in lots of 1 or 1,000. You can also browse their huge inventory and save thousands of dollars by upgraded to used, but refurbished equipment.
Beyond selling, security and privacy are a huge concern when upgrading equipment. School districts don’t want to auction off the old equipment because wiping 1,000 hard drives is no simple task. When selling equipment to Second Life Mac, you can insure that all of it will be wiped and refurbished as good as a factory refurb at the Apple store.
Say your school or district has deployed hundreds of 2012 iMac’s and there’s nothing wrong with most of them. With Second Life Mac you’ll be able to add the same machines to your deployment at a fraction of the cost. Kevin and Scott of SecondLifeMac.com are also great resources to consult with, when preparing to do any kind of Apple/Mac upgrade.
In addition to iMacs, and laptops, SecondLifeMac.com is a resource for iPads in any configuration and other Apple products as well. They’ll be on hand at ISTE 2017 in San Antonio Texas June 25-28th in booth #110. Anxious to get started, you can get a quote here, at secondlifemac.com