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Refurbished Lenovo Thinkcentre SFF Desktop PC $19.99 AC at Staples

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Staples has the Lenovo Thinkcentre SFF Desktop PC (Refurbished) [staples.com] on their website for $69.99, and after coupon code 14408 ($50 off computers, unknown expiration), makes it $19.99. $9.95 shipping to home or free ship when you spend $49.99 or if you place a kiosk order in store. SKU 24288272

• Intel Core 2 Duo 3.0GHz
• 4GB DDR3 RAM
• 250GB HDD
• Windows 10 Pro
• Wired Mouse and Keyboard Included
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In for 1 for $19.99 for store pickup. Is this a good deal? Let me know what you all think and if its not a good deal I can always cancel or not pick it up. Thanks OP!
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In for 1 for $19.99 for store pickup. Is this a good deal? Let me know what you all think and if its not a good deal I can always cancel or not pick it up. Thanks OP!
free instore pickup sure. not great if you have to pay $10 shipping
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Im going to run emulation
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I'm just wondering if I can transfer the Windows 10 Pro license to a PC with Windows 10 Home.
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Doesn't give me the ship to store option, but this is tempting. Not sure why I need it, but $30 for a computer seems too good to pass up.
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Nice find
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Im going to run emulation
Oh the SAT days! Smilie
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could make a very good, yet very power hungry pfsense box. or openmediavault.
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Doesn't give me the ship to store option, but this is tempting. Not sure why I need it, but $30 for a computer seems too good to pass up.
I had to log in, and then when viewing cart, it let me choose Delivery or Pick Up In Store. You could also check your account settings to make sure you have a home store set.
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I'm just wondering if I can transfer the Windows 10 Pro license to a PC with Windows 10 Home.
No, Windows licenses are binded to the hardware ID of the motherboard, this won't work.
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Doesn't give me the ship to store option, but this is tempting. Not sure why I need it, but $30 for a computer seems too good to pass up.
Exactly the same case for me lol. I paid the $10 to have it shipped. Seems too good to pass up
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For those planning on using this for emulation, just keep in mind this is an 8 year old PC with a very limited CPU and only accepts half height/low profile PCI cards.
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Cheap enough I don't feel bad for wasting $$$ on a 6 year old to just learn how to use while also not destroying my main setup.
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No, Windows licences are binded to the hardware ID of the motherboard, this won't work.
That's what I thought...
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