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2.5GHz quad-core Intel Core i5 with 6MB on-chip shared L3 cache 500GB Hard Drive 4GB 1333MHz DDR3 SDRAM, DVD SuperDrive
8th Gen Intel 6-Core i5-8400 2.80GHz Processor NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 (3GB GDDR5 dedicated) 8GB DDR4-2666 SDRAM (upgradable to 64GB) 256GB SSD 802.11a/b/g/n/ac and Bluetooth 4.2 Windows 10 Home
3.2GHz quad-core Intel Core i5 Turbo Boost up to 3.6GHz 8GB Onboard Memory (Configurable up to 32GB) 90 Day Warranty
28" PixelSense 4500x3000 Display Intel Core 7th Gen i7-7820HQ 16GB DDR4 1TB SSD NVIDIA GeForce GTX Bluetooth Front Camera
8th Gen Intel Core i5-8400, 2.80 GHz 8GB DDR4 SDRAM 1TB HDD DVD-Writer NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 Up to 2 GB GDDR5 Windows 10 Home 64-bit
20" glossy widescreen TFT active-matrix LCD (1680x1050p) display 2.66GHz Intel Core 2 Duo 2GB 1066MHz DDR3 SDRAM; supports up to 8GB 320GB Serial ATA; 7200 rpm NVIDIA GeForce 9400M, 256MB DDR3 SDRAM shared with main memory
Intel Core i3 Processor 3.06GHz 4GB SDRAM RAM 500GB 7200RPM Hard Drive 21.5-Inch Screen, ATI Radeon HD 4670
22" Full HD 1080p 10 Point Touch Monitor, frameless SuperClear IPS-type technology with HDMI, DisplayPort connectivity, Projected capacitive touch with 7H hardness, Advanced ergonomic bookstand design, integrated dual 3W speakers, VESA mountable.
Intel Core i3-7100 processor (3MB Cache, up to 3.90 GHz) 4GB, 2400MHz, DDR4 1TB 7200 rpm Hard Drive Windows 10 Home 64bit
28" PixelSense 4500x3000 Display Intel Core 7th Gen i7-7820HQ 32GB DDR4 1TB SSD NVIDIA GeForce GTX Bluetooth Front Camera
CYCLE 2 2018 Lenovo Legion C530-19ICB; 19L; Core i7-8700; 16GB (2x 8G); 128GB; 1TB; Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050Ti; Windows 10 Home; Black
Intel Core Duo P7550 2.66GHz; 160GB SATA; 2GB DDR3 20" LCD; 1680 x 1050; NVIDIA GeForce 9400M Graphics 802.11B,802.11G,802.11N; No Bluetooth
ThinkCentre M920s, Intel i7-8700 (3.20GHz, 12MB), Windows 10 Pro 64, 16.0GB, 1x512GB SSD PCIe, Slim DVD RAMBO, (x), 3 Year On-site
ThinkCentre M920t, Intel i5-8500 (3.00GHz, 9MB), Windows 10 Pro 64, 8.0GB, 1x1TB SATA III, Slim DVD RAMBO, (x), 3 Year On-site
24-Inch Full HD 1080p (1920x1080) 16:9 IPS Dual Pack Head-Only Computer Monitors with HDMI 1.4, DisplayPort, Mini DisplayPort, USB 3.0, and VGA Inputs
HP SmartBuy 600G4PD DM i58500T 8GB/128 PC Intel i5-8500T, 128GB SSD, 8GB DDR4, W10P6 64bit, 3-3-3 Wty, AC+BT U.S. - English localization
HP Pavilion Desktop, AMD A9-9425, 4GB(DDR4), 1TB 7200rpm, Windows 10, DVD-RW, 802.11a/b/g/n/ac(1x1) BT, HP Wired KB/Mouse, 3-in-1, AMD UMA, Color: Ash Silver, Basic 1 yr, SWOP Code=A232
When purchasing a computer, the growing trend is to lean toward a laptop for portability—but often a desktop PC is actually a better choice. Are you constantly carrying your computer with you everywhere you go? Are you working from different locations all the time? If the answer to these questions is no, then consider a more powerful, slim-design home computer as an alternative to a laptop.
Desktop PCs are better choices for users who don’t need to travel, and they’re often more cost-effective, too. There are a few features that really set these machines apart from their mobile counterparts. Firstly, they are very easy to upgrade. You can swap out the hard drive or add more RAM much more easily with these computers, allowing for far greater customization. With so many different plug-in ports, your options are virtually endless for the types of drives you can add. Simple upgrades like adding a new graphics card will take minutes on these machines, but can be costly and difficult to add to a laptop.
Desktop PCs are also far easier to repair than laptops. Though modern fixed-station computers are still streamlined and slender, size and weight are less of a concern, so pieces and parts aren’t stacked, layered, and crammed into a tiny space. If you’ve ever had to clean a laptop fan, you know what a headache this basic maintenance task can be. With a larger, stationary model, cleaning or replacing the fan is a breeze—and you won’t have to worry about the machine overheating and burning out.
Repairs are often cheaper with Desktop PCs, too—not only because they’re easier to take apart and access, but because new parts can be generic, and are often compatible with all models. Most laptop parts are specific to each computer, can be hard to find, and can be very expensive.
These machines also feature larger monitors and bigger keyboards, for a more comfortable and multimedia friendly home computing experience. Most models also allow multiple monitors to give you a larger, more flexible on-screen work area. Spend money on features you’ll use, rather than paying extra for portability. These computers are the ideal choice for anyone who does most of their computing in a single location.