Purchasing a new laptop computer.

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I am trying to purchase a new laptop HP DV series and I have had that they depreciate in value more quickly than other HP laptops. What is the problem with them and how can avoid them without me not buying HP DV series as an option.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #128151

Purchasing a new laptop computer.

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Hi Techwise,

What you have to understand is that all appliances depreciate in value over the course of time. I have looked into your claim about HP DV series depreciating faster than other models. From what I found this is not true. Yes it does depreciate in value, but just as much as HP's other models.

What could be the reason for rumors like these are that certain models with certain specifications do depreciate faster because of the low hardware specifications that were installed hence HP DV series laptops with low hardware specifications which make up most of the market depreciate faster than HP DV series with high hardware specifications which make up the rest.

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Purchasing a new laptop computer.

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  • It does depreciate in due time especially if the type of equipment you're buying is essential. Computers, cell phones, HD TV and other devices can be depreciate over the course of time.
  • This type of devices does update and upgrade in no time, mostly in a span of 1 or 2 years given time. Consumers will always look for a newer model and the manufacturers' marketing strategy will make newer model and type of equipment.
  • To avoid this kind of scam, well it's not a scam but to avoid this kind of situation, you'll need to wait at least a span of 1 year. That unless if can wait that long by not testing the devices when it's released.

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