Is buying a refurbished PC like buying a used car? Well not really. The hard drive has been wiped and the operating system freshly installed. So long as you see the phrase "Manufacturer Refurbished" you're getting a product that was a defect unit returned and has been put back into working condition by the manufacturer (and not some random seller on craigslist) - it's true with two Ultrabooks that went on sale today at rock bottom prices.
On eBay Deals you'll find a 14-inch manufacturer refurbished Vizio Ultrabook w/ 128GB SSD for only $430. That makes it a full $370 off the $800 new conditioned MSRP.
Both Ultrabooks come with a 90 day warranty. Whether the savings is worth it is ultimately subjective, but if a refurbished Ultrabook at these prices isn't worth it you're not really going to find them any cheaper.
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