I venture all over the Chicagoland area and the Midwest in my chariot to acquire and evaluate computer equipment. My experiences on my journeys define the greatness of my job- I meet interesting people and create lifelong friendships.
Upon returning to my kingdom, my loyal court and I triage all items and determine whether they go to recycling or refurbishing. About eighty five percent of equipment goes to downstream partners for recycling, who never dump in land fills. The other fifteen percent of equipment is refurbished and sold to consumers at ultra affordable prices. We remove all identification and wipe clear hard drives to protect our clients’ anonymity.
As The King, I have reigned over computer surplus for more than 25 years. In 1982, my partner Neal Berz and I founded Digilog Electronics. We began brokering semi-conductor chips to small electronics manufacturing firms and selling the newly realesed Personal Computer from IBM to several firms at the Chicago Board of Trade. Today, Digilog operates MIS Computer, who sells computers and related products and services to business and industries, as well as Chicago Surplus Computer.
Check us out at ChicagoSurplusComputer.com.