EBay Launches My Gadgets To Track And Sell Your Tech Items

Posted: Aug 15 2013, 11:49am CDT | by , in Technology News


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eBay Launches My Gadgets to Track and Sell Your Tech Items

A new feature has just been added to the giant online shopping site eBay. It has introduced My Gadgets, a facility meant for the buying and selling of your tech items.

The economic exchange site called eBay has launched My Gadgets. This is a valuable tool whereby you may catalog your tech collections and then later on make wise choices regarding their auctioning. It is a facility that puts your tech collection into a neat and clean as well as a compact form. Next it gathers all the necessary info regarding the objects of interest in a single space for perusal. It functions in a smooth and easy manner. You firstly put all your items together. Then you evaluate their sales prices. Now you use a complex tool to sell them to the highest bidders. Americans own many high tech products in their homes. And sometimes they want to sell them off. My Gadgets is the ideal platform for carrying out such transactions.

The site has a place for both brand new and vintage electronic goods. My Gadgets is a virtual data base and nerve center where all these connections form over the cash nexus. Since most gadgets are ultimately going to stop functioning the best option would be to sell them off in the end. Besides, environmentally friendly methods of disposal are in vogue. And nobody is averse to some extra bucks entering his wallet. It’s obvious that all that plastic and metal ought not to go to waste. Re-adding it back into the ecosystem is a far better idea.

TNW reports that the average selling price of the items on eBay My Gadgets "is based on a 14-day rolling average for the same or similar products listed on eBay in the same condition (new or used). You may see this average price change weekly, or even daily, depending on how many are bought and sold on eBay at a given time."

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