Random Dual-Core Windows 7 Desktops


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Random Dual-Core Windows 7 Desktops
Price: $99.99
Shipping Options:: $5 Standard OR $12 Two-Day OR $15 One-Day
Shipping Estimates: Unknown (Tuesday, Oct 21 to Friday, Oct 24) + transit
Condition: Scratch & Dent

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#3

This deal frightens and confuses me.


#4

This might be one of the coolest randoms ever


#5

This might be worth it just for Windows 7 Home Premium. You can usually find it for about $80. Wish it was 64-bit though…


#6

If I didn’t already have a desktop I would pull the trigger on this deal


#7

Interesting, to say the least. I guess if you want a cheap computer, don’t want Windows 8 and don’t care what kind, then this is for you.

If I needed a computer, I would really consider it.


#8

Sooooooooooooo want to buy!!!


#9

I bought the exact same model for $10 less last week. Random is a new brand with a good reputation.


#10

In for one, don’t know what it is, but it ought to be a great replacement for the 5 or 6 year old laptop I’ve been using as a desktop :smiley:
also, a hundred bucks. . kinda what I’ve been wishing for price wise. though I will miss the triple monitor setup I have with my laptop. . .


#11

Trying… not… to… pull… trigger…


#12

I’ve been looking for sub $100 used dual core computers. I’ll take a chance on this. Wish I could get two though. I bought a scratch and dent from Dell outlet a few years ago. It barely had a very minor scratch on the top of the case, very thin and shallow line about an inch long. I hope I have as good of luck with the one from this sale, but I’m keeping my hopes down so that I’m not let down. I paid about the same for a copy of Windows 8 recently. This is like buying Windows and getting the computer for free.


#13

It is so tempting. I don’t need one. I doubt it will be good enough for my son to game on (and rescue my laptop from his steam obsession). But I still have the urge to buy it.


#14

Based off of the back to school crate I wouldn’t be surprised if this is just a cheap first gen dual core pc. Be careful people…


#15

I’m guessing Woot is finally selling off their old servers. xD


#16

Just remember that Steam can only be used by one person at a time.


#17

Wow, this could be a terrible deal or a great one. The minimum specs are…minimal. BUT the computer could be good. And it does include a seat of Windows 7. So…want…to…order, but I think I have to pass.


#18

Here’s a system comparable to the minimum, so if most are the minimum specs not that great of a deal. http://www.microcenter.com/product/411741/OptiPlex_755_Desktop_Computer_Refurbished#


#19

I did it. I hope its better than the “open box” laptop I had to send back because, mainly, the battery was dead. But it looked to have been used for a long time based on the wear marks on some keys and pad. I just hope this is a usable pc. And maybe you can throw in some of those Woot pencils?! Since we all seem to have gotten only one with the, ugh, school crate.


#20

I’m posting from a 7 year old laptop because my 14 year old desk top broke. Is this deal going to be an upgrade for me?