Grab This HP Desktop With An Intel i7 Processor And 16GB RAM For $210
This refurbished HP ProDesk 600 G1 SFF won't be playing the latest games, but it's a great, affordable option for daily tasks.
If you’ve been searching for a reliable computer for your home office that won’t break the bank, the latest desktop deal via StackCommerce could be a good pick. A refurbished HP ProDesk 600 G1 SFF is now on sale for just $210, giving you an easy way to outfit your office with a computer with surprisingly solid specs at a great price. Here’s a closer look at the rig to see if it’s a good fit for your needs.
But if you’re looking for something to tackle work assignments or install at a small business, this offers a lot of value. It even comes with a mouse and keyboard, along with a Wi-Fi dongle, so you’ll have just about everything you need to hit the ground running. Toss in a 1-year aftermarket warranty, and this is an even more enticing package.
You can also purchase an extended, two-year warranty for $23 for three-year warranty for $33, which might be a great way to stay covered if you plan on using this for the long haul. It’s unclear how long this deal will stick around--so be sure to check it out while you can.
The main thing you'll be missing with this desktop is a monitor. If you don't already have one you can use with this HP computer, check out Amazon's ongoing sale on Samsung monitors. You can grab a great monitor for cheap right now.
If you need something a bit more portable, take a look at this Microsoft Office + Lenovo Laptop bundle, which is currently discounted by $250.
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