Modern electronics technology is like a double-edged sword: it offers tremendous benefits that you'll want to enjoy again and again, yet if you don't put a given product down at the right time it will weigh you down and make you fall behind. What is the lesson that we must draw from this paradigm? That taking full advantage of electronics equipment such as notebooks, netbooks, smart phones, etc., is perfectly fine as long as you keep your arsenal updated—on a regular basis, as in every year or two at most. This isn't only true for people that own lower-grade electronics goods but is also applicable for people owning top-end products such as compaq computers and notebooks.
If you've had yours for a good while already, there are several reasons for why you should sell the compaq notebook that you are apparently holding onto with exaggerated tenderness. If you're a university student or a working professional looking to launch their career or trying to keep up what is already a long and successful career, you can't expect to do very well using an outdated compaq notebook model. The operating system is probably close to corrupted, the drivers it has installed are probably struggling to keep up with the times and the overall capabilities—even if you have it souped up by a tech—are surely lacking. When you choose to sell compaq notebook models that match such a description, you are making a conscious choice to excel and to do better at what it is you do, whether that is striving for an A in the upper-level class you absolutely have to ace to complete your college major or impressing your bosses and colleagues at the office with the kind of presentation that you know you are capable of (yet which your current model computer may not be capable of).
Keep in mind that you want to sell compaq notebook computers or other brands/models, not just give them away—and definitely not throw them away! The most beat up, falling apart, and even entirely non-functioning notebook, compaq or not, is worth money, plain and simple. How so? You can sell compaq notebook models of any/all conditions because even after the most brutal damage, there are still tons of components within the notebook that have a significant value. While there may be one part inside the notebook that will need to be thrown out (and which may be preventing the entire notebook from turning on) there are going to be countless other parts that still retain all or most of their value; and even in the case of those computers that can't be refurbished, they can still be recycled at a profit for you. You will want to sell compaq notebook computers for these reasons, but also because it just makes good environmental sense: when people don't sell they usually throw away, and that means toxic electronic waste making its way into our soil, our drinking water, our food products, and eventually our very own bodies. Don't contribute to a horrible thing like that but rather do the good and smart thing: sell!