‘Unboxed’ Dell, HP, Asus laptops up for sale on ShopClues priced between Rs 15,000 to 45,000

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New Delhi | Updated: April 17, 2019 11:51 AM

After receiving overwhelming success for 'unboxed' smartphones, ShopClues has enhanced this category by adding laptops from Dell, HP, Asus among other brands in this segment.

shopcluesShopClues brings laptops from Dell, HP, Asus in its ‘unboxed’ category.

After receiving overwhelming success for ‘unboxed’ smartphones, ShopClues has enhanced this category by adding laptops from Dell, HP, Asus among other brands in this segment offering products in cut-price deals.

Unboxed category refers to the products that were returned to the seller for various reasons including dispatch of the wrong model. These seal-opened products are offered on sale by ShopClues in ‘unboxed’ category at very low prices as compared to the original prices. Under this category, company claims to offer high-end-laptops at a price bracket of Rs 15,000 to 45,000 and also describes them as good as new ones. The products come with original box and accessories,  are quality tested and are under manufacturing warranty of  varying durations when shipped.

ShopClues received 2X growth within a month of unboxed smartphone category launch and is expecting a positive response this time as well.

Speaking at the launch, Nitin Kochhar, AVP – Categories at ShopClues said, “Unboxed products make up a category with great potential that has not yet been tapped by other e-commerce players in India. Unboxed laptops provide immense value to users. They get the best-in-class features at affordable prices. We are focussed on making ShopClues the ultimate destination for unboxed and refurbished products.”

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