Computer Surplus Program
Posted by Thomas Morin, Last modified by Patrick Bell on 05 April 2018 11:33 AM
Technology Surplus

Plymouth State University recycles surplus technology equipment back into the community whenever possible. This used equipment is sold as is with no technical support. PSU does not guarantee surplus equipment. The equipment cannot be exchanged or returned. Surplus equipment cannot be purchased with University funds

PSU will establish an asking price, as determined by previous surplus property sales. 
Current prices as of July 1, 2017 are as follows: (availability changes often).
 - Dell OptiPlex desktop - between $ 50.00 and $ 100.00 (display, keyboard, mouse not included)
 - Dell Latitude laptop - Between $ 75.00 and $ 125.00 (Ac adapter not always available)
 - Apple iMAC - Between $ 200.00 and $ 400.00
 - Apple notebook - Between $ 150.00 and $ 400.00

Availability

All technology equipment, including computers and laptops will be sold on a first come first served basis and will not be reserved for individuals.
During the first two weeks of each semester  any available Apple computers are sold to PSU students only.
Surplus computer hard drives are securely erased and only an operating system will be installed. (i.e., Windows 7, MAC OS,  etc.). This protects the University from violation of site licenses, and helps the University comply with many state and federal regulations regarding privacy and confidential information. 
Windows 10 is not installed on surplus computers at this time.

Warranty on Surplus Equipment

Once surplus technology equipment is determined feasible for re-sale, it will is sold as is, with no warranties of any kind, express or implied, attached to the item. All sales are final with no returns or refunds allowed.

  • Networking equipment will have no guarantee once it leaves the surplus area.
  • Multimedia equipment will have no guarantee once it leaves the surplus area. Customers may turn it on for evaluation.
  • Computers sold through the surplus program undergo a quality control check and will have a one business day guarantee. Return for refunds is not allowed. If a problem exists within one business day of sale, If the problem can not be corrected a same or similar model will be provided
  • Donated computers will have no guarantee other than having all components installed.
  • Printers – Laser printers – will have no guarantee once it leaves the surplus area.
  • All other peripherals – no warranty

Request for donation of surplus technology
  • Non-profit organizations within the state of New Hampshire may ask for a donation of available technology.
  • Requests are made by submitting a letter (on your organization's letterhead) with the desired equipment, quantity, the intended purpose, and your tax-id information
  • Due to limits on storage space  equipment  made available for donation must be picked up within two weeks of us notifying your organization that the equipment is ready

    Contact us at (603) 535-3499 or email us at computer-surplus@plymouth.edu if we can be of further assistance.

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