Used Tech and Gadget Repair Businesses Are Booming Right Now

Last month, a Minnesota company called Tech Discounts received an email from a man in California. He had been trying to purchase 100 Chromebooks to donate to a nonprofit, but because of supply chain disruptions caused by the coronavirus pandemic, he hadn’t been able to find a seller. He had initially hoped to buy the computers new, but when he learned about Tech Discounts, an electronics refurbisher based in St. Paul, on an online forum, he decided to give the company a try. Within about two weeks, Tech Discounts filled the order and shipped him 100 refurbished Chromebooks — used devices that have been repaired and restored to good working order.

Introducing Tech Discounts Curbside Pickup

Buy Online, Pickup in Store. In order to offer more shopping options to our customers, we are beginning curbside pickup at our Golden Valley and St. Paul locations starting Monday, May 4th. Free shipping still available. 

Let's Support Our Community | A Letter from Our CEO Amanda LaGrange

To our cherished Tech Discounts community and customers,

You’ve been keeping us busy with your technology needs for working and educating from home. We cannot say THANK YOU enough for your support and business during this time. We are grateful for each purchase.

Retail Store Closed Temporarily | Free Shipping for all online orders through March

To Our Valued Friends, Colleagues, and Customers, Due to the current MN Department of Health and CDC recommendations for best practices in the workplace, we will be modifying our operations as fol...

TECH DUMP WINS GOOGLE.ORG IMPACT CHALLENGE

Tech Dump, which has locations in Golden Valley and St. Paul, is one of five winners of the Google.Org Impact Challenge and $175,000 in grant funding. The organization trains and employs adults who face barriers to employment in electronics recycling and refurbishment.

Tech Dump could win $125,000 more if they win the People’s Choice Award. Cast your vote before February 19th, 2020. 

My older device can no longer connect with iTunes. What can I do?

If your computer doesn’t recognize your iPhone, iPad, or iPod you may feel at a loss. Is my device obsolete? Your older device may be entirely functional, but what do you do when it can no longer connect to iTunes? Here are three options to help you freely access your music, photos, and more across your iPhone, iPad, iPod, Mac or PC without the restrictions of iTunes.