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Lenovo ThinkCentre M700 Tiny i3-6100T, 4GB DDR4, 128GB SSD, WiFi AC, Win10 Pro, 3 yrs warranty @ $350 + $5 shipping

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Last Edited by annie930ny September 23, 2016 at 12:11 PM
Computer.Woot offers Lenovo ThinkCentre M700 Tiny Desktop with Dual Core Core i3-6100T 3.2GHz CPU, 4GB DDR4 Ram, 128GB SSD, WiFi AC & Bluetooth 4.0, Windows 10 Pro 64 Bit @ $350 + $5 shipping. This also supports VESA Mount and comes with 3 year Lenovo Warranty.
This is a very small PC, comparable to Intel NUC kits but comes cheaper and with extra 2 years warranty

LINK:
http://www.woot.com/offers/lenovo..._dly_wobtn

SPEC:
  • Windows 10 Pro 64 Bit
  • Skylake Core i3-6100T 3.2GHz
  • Intel HD 530
  • 4GB DDR4L 2133MHz Ram (2 Slots)
  • 128GB M.2 SSD + 1x 2.5" Bay
  • 802.11ac WiFi + Bluetooth 4.0 + Gigabit Lan
  • 6x USB 3.0, 2x USB 2.0
  • 2x DisplayPort
  • USB Keyboard & Mouse
  • Optional VESA mount bracket kit, supports VESA 75mm and 100mm (not included)
  • 3 year Warranty
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Hmm I need something like this with a bit better specs hm.. thoughts?
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Hmm I need something like this with a bit better specs hm.. thoughts?
For what purpose you are planning to get the computer?
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Looks good!
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For what purpose you are planning to get the computer?
It would mostly be, internet browsing, typing papers, youtube, and streaming media in general.

I think this may be ok? But was hoping to get something with a little more of a bump in specs, I will be sending it to family abroad is why, and want it to hold up for a while--ya know?
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Its already sold out!

Edit: Refreshed the page and now allowing to add to cart...that's weird...Have been in the market for a mini computer for a while... debating between a PC or mac mini
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Last edited by tstavropoulos September 23, 2016 at 08:52 AM.
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Is the fan loud? NUC makes annoying noise cuz the fan is too small.
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I have m73 (4th gen intel). Incredible pc in general and I use it for HTPC. Put another 8G stick of RAM and this thing flies. I mostly use for kodi/plex and occasional file server (NAS) for backup. Runs hot sometimes but do keep it vertical and well ventilated area.
edit: I want to bite this one, I've kodi installed m73 tiny with 12G ram and 256G ssd - 250+shipping, if someone wants to buy PM me Smilie. Better than eBay pricing.
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Quote from Wolf1e View Post :
Hmm I need something like this with a bit better specs hm.. thoughts?
You can get this (or similar) with 4C/4T i5 or 4C/8T i7 - all the way up to 32GB ram and nvme drives.

Check M700/M900, HP 800 G2 or Dell 7040. Plenty of refurbs for good money as well (the high end ones get also 3y warranty) if you're not allergic to those.
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400 Bad Request.
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400 Bad Request.
same for me.. i just went to the woot.com site and it was on the front page. great deal, thx op!
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Quote from Wolf1e View Post :
It would mostly be, internet browsing, typing papers, youtube, and streaming media in general.

I think this may be ok? But was hoping to get something with a little more of a bump in specs, I will be sending it to family abroad is why, and want it to hold up for a while--ya know?
Just add another 8GB stick and you will be fine. These type of computers are also built for lower power consumption rather than sheer performance. The type of work you have mention, it can perfectly handle it, specially if the Ram is bumped.
And regarding CPU performance, when you buy a Laptop with Core i7-6500U, you think that is pretty powerful processor and can handle anything, right? Well, this core i3-6100T is more powerful than the Laptop Core i7-6500U. So for the type of work, I don't think you'll have any hiccups.
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is this better than an Intel NUC? Trying to build a micro pc to use as a HTPC and CCTV. Should I go with Intel Core or Celeron?
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Still seems to work fine from www.woot.com homepage.

I've been curious about these for a while. Not sure I want to invest in the i3. Other than the warranty, this isn't much of a deal. And you need to upgrade RAM and SSD for some purposes.
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Last edited by bobley September 23, 2016 at 11:34 AM.
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is this better than an Intel NUC? Trying to build a micro pc to use as a HTPC and CCTV. Should I go with Intel Core or Celeron?
coming from an owner of a 2 yr-old nuc i'd say that you can snag this one, fully configured, ready to go, good reviews all-around, for $350+tax so that's a waaaaaay better deal then the comparable nuc system. the i3 models run around $200+ from what i remember and that's not including ram, hard drive, or os. plus i'm on my second return with my current nuc due to overheating and 2.5" hard drive not being read by mb anymore. i will say, however, the intel warranty service has been OUTSTANDING so far. they cross-ship next day to you and you just have to ship defective product back within 30 days. and get this: since i've had issues already with the box, if i decide to not deal with further issues they offered to refund my full amount as long as i can provide a receipt! two years later! not sure if the current nucs have a 3yr warranty but mine did. i really really want to love my nuc but it's been a bit of a pain for me. as always, ymmv. hope this helps!
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