eBay launches My Gadgets

17th August 2013 | By Mouseworld Now Correspondent |

New Delhi, India, August 17, 2013: eBay announced the launch of My Gadgets, a product that enables users to easily catalog their tech collections and see the current value of each of their tech items to help inform selling decisions.

My Gadgets available at http://www.ebay.com/mygadgets, My Gadgets organizes and saves all of your gadgets in a single place – making it easy to view the individual and collective values, based on eBay’s unique data on current sales trends and prices for both new and vintage electronics items.

How My Gadgets works:

Add Your Items: My Gadgets has information on thousands of tech items; users can type their gadget into the search bar or browse through featured categories to add to their collections.

See The Value: My Gadgets calculates the current value of your item(s) based on unique eBay data on sales trends and average selling price information from recent sales.

Sell it With Ease: My Gadgets makes selling your electronics items on eBay easier than ever; quickly create an eBay listing from within your My Gadget collection using a streamlined listing tool, pre-populated product information, and current sales trends to help determine a fair price.


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