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Lenovo Outlet i3 Desktop Refurbished (Starting from $249 & Up)
Lenovo is currently selling i3 refurbished desktops from $249.
I've been thinking about building my own HTPC thanks to some of the good computer component deals. However, I haven't been able to get under $400 so I've held off waiting for a better deal. I just picked up one of these Lenovo desktops for $249 with free shipping.
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Very good deals there for great specs, especially if you can get that code to work... especially if you can get the 5% ShopDiscover stacked (Lenovo is listed on Discover's site... not sure if you'd get it for the outlet).
Seems like some decent deals at the lenovo outlet. Does anyone have experience with Lenovo refurbs?
Yep, I buy them all the time. They look new and come with a new (cheap) keyboard and mouse. I've bought a dual core celeron g620 mid tower and a g530 small form factor in the last couple of months, the tower for an htpc and the sff for a general purpose computer for a relative.
Great freaking deal. When you consider that you're basically paying for the cpu+mobo and the copy of windows and getting the rest for free...
Only downside is they have smallish power supplies. The mid tower came with an okay 280 watt supply and the SFF came with a 180. I put an $11 400 watt antec high current gamer in the mid tower, which reduced the power use and gave me enough oomph to put most any current model video card in it.
The SFF was pretty cramped, but most are that way. Kinda weird that you get serial and parallel ports, but they're easy to disable. Guess thats what you get from a business box.
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