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Home Series i5

$1,529.00 Inc. GST

  • Intel Core i5-8400 processor
  • 8GB DDR-4 2133MHz
  • 500GB SSD
  • Integrated HD Graphics
  • Windows 10
  • 3yr Onsite Warranty

 Without monitor: $1,345.00 Inc. GST

Specifications

CPU: Intel® Core i5 Processor (i5-8400)
Memory: 8GB DDR-4 2133MHz Memory
Graphics: Integrated Intel HD Graphics Card
Hard Drive: 500GB SSD
Optical Drive: DVD Burner Drive
Networking: Integrated 10/100/1000 LAN, 802.11n Wireless
Keyboard & Mouse: USB Keyboard & Optical Mouse
Monitor: 24″ Full HD LED – 1920 x 1080 (optional)
Operating System: Microsoft Windows 10
Case: Mini Tower Case
Warranty: 3 Year Onsite Warranty
Delivery: Please allow 5 to 7 business days for delivery

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