Are you sitting on a forgotten-gadget goldmine? Dusty video game systems, old TVs and record players, and abandoned iPods often seem like trash. Except they aren't.
"Vintage electronics are hot sellers," says Jordan Barnes, senior director for resale app Mercari. "There's an increasingly hot secondary market for old-school electronics."
For instance, over the past 90 days, interest in the original Nintendo's GameBoy, Gameboy Advance and Gameboy Micro game players have surged to more than 200,000 searches, with sale prices topping $90, she says.
To find out if you're sitting on a potential pot of retro-gadget gold, here are some examples of what old tech is fetching for resale.