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HP/Compaq Desktop - 4GB Memory - 400GB Hard Drive Refurb Core 2 Duo E8400 Win7 pro 64 bit $225.98 FS BB

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4/10/13 8:15 PM
Refurb but 1 yr warranty

•Intel® Core™2 Duo processor E8400
Features 2 processing cores, 6MB L2 cache and 3.0GHz processor speed per core.
•Intel® Advanced Smart Cache technology
Minimizes wait times by allocating more access to frequently used data to the processing core that needs it most.
•4GB DDR2 memory
For multitasking power.
•DVD±RW/CD-RW drive
Archive your digital files onto DVD and CD format.
•400GB Serial ATA hard drive (7200 rpm)
Offers spacious storage and fast read/write times.
•Intel® GMA 4500 graphics
For lush images.
•8 high-speed USB 2.0 ports
Enable fast digital video, audio and data transfer.
•Built-in Gigabit Ethernet LAN
With RJ-45 connector for quick and easy wired Web connection.
•Windows 7 Professional Edition 64-bit operating system preinstalled
Makes working anywhere easier and more secure. It simplifies connecting to networks and giving presentations and helps you safeguard your hard work and important information

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4/10/13 8:45 PM
Great? No.

But it does come with a 400gb drive, 4GB Ram, and a Win 7 professional license. That's an easy $150-worth already, not to mention a 1yr warranty, something even new hard drives barely have.

Good? Yes..for certain niches.

4/10/13 9:03 PM
greened it, but I wouldn't call it a great deal. A solid deal on a refurb.
4/10/13 10:12 PM
Would love to see this with no OS for $75-100 less!
4/10/13 11:11 PM
Logan71 said:   

Good? Yes..for certain niches.

Curious what niches you see this being a good deal for... Might buy one or two for specific, work-related needs (cheap development db and app server) but these would be fine for basic home use (Internet, Office, light gaming, etc).
4/11/13 12:27 AM
I was kinda interested until I saw it was offered by worst buy!!
4/11/13 1:56 AM
rmi65700 said:   

I was kinda interested until I saw it was offered by worst buy!!

Yeah, that's what I meant when I IDed it as BB. If you don't buy things at BestBuy, why not just go to Sears and pay 150% MSRP, except when stuff is on sale at 95%?
4/11/13 7:35 AM
Not thrilled about the BB thing, but this is EXACTLY what I need for work. Our company is tightly tied to the residential home construction (you can imagine what business has been like for the past four years) and our PCs are all VERY old (read: 7-10 years or so). Windows XP everywhere. This is an inexpensive way to upgrade some of the PCs in the office to current-ish technology very cheaply.

Thanks OP.
4/11/13 7:44 AM
I see these are a super sweet deal in areas of budget constraints and small business where your equipment is way outdated.
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